2012 GenQ Addicted Stitcher Survey
The folks over at Generation Q Magazine have asked me for a favor and I’m happy to pass it on. Last month they launched the GenQ 2012 Addicted Stitcher Survey to gather all of those facts and numbers about us! Please take a few moments and answer the survey through the link below. The information gathered would help our wonderful industry people to support and create new products that we want. Oh, and there’s a bribe in it for you as well.
We last poked and probed into your fabricky lives in late 2011, with our GenQ Modern Quilters Survey. And now it’s time to do it again with the GenQ 2012 Addicted Stitcher Survey. (New name, same mission.) We’d like to count noses, pins, rotary cutters, whatever it takes to grab a detailed snapshot of this niche in the sewing and crafting world.
Some of you have pained expressions, and you’re probably sighing with annoyance at yet another attempt for the corporate q-niverse to stick its demographic-hungry noses into stuff that just isn’t its business. The truth is that all of us stitchy types thrive when our industry answers our needs. And that’s what this survey does. It helps to provide information to the industry so our needs, and wants, can be better met.
Please take a few minutes to whip through the survey (it’s shorter this year) and tell us all about you. And there could be swag in it for you. The survey will be live until the end of the December 2012, and on Jan. 1, 2013, we’ll choose FIVE lucky survey-takers who will each receive a box of fabric, books and small stitchy goodies valued at $50.
Just use this link to find your way to our 2012 Addicted Stitcher Survey. And please freely post it far and wide, encouraging your friends and sew-pals to also participate! Thank you so much for being a part of this second annual survey! And if you want to know more about what we do, check us out at GenerationQMagazine.com.
Stand up and be counted!
© Blog post written by Julie Herman
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Thanks for posting the survey! I discovered through my answers that I really need to branch out with where I buy my fabric. :)
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