You hear someone call your name and jump, startled at the unexpected noise. Looking up from your work you see a friend waving their hand in front of you as if they had been struggling to get your attention. "You okay? You seem a million miles away."
"Sorry! I just got a little lost in this study project..." you reply, smiling sheepishly and getting back to your work, determined to at least finish this current thread.
It's only been a couple months, but you've settled in to your new life pretty well. It's hard to explain, but there's just such a warmth to this place that makes you feel truly safe and able to explore your creativity.
This particular spot had become your favorite, and you could often be found there working on your latest project. It was just so comfortable, and calming. You could focus on your stitching and the rest of the world would seemingly melt away and time simply passed differently while there.
Even as you though this, you found your mind beginning to wander again drawn back to your current project. Hesitantly, you set your work to the side and blink as if waking up from a dream before looking up at your friend. "What's up?"
Your side quest this month is to show us where you like to stitch. Most of us probably have several spots they end up stitching in, but which one is your favorite? Which gets you *in the zone*, bringing you both comfort and inspiration? What's the spot you feel most at home at and hours can pass without you realizing it?
It could be on the couch with a loved one. It could be a well stocked crafty desk. I could be your garden patio or in bed.
You don't have to convince someone to take a photo of you stitching there if you're not comfortable with that! No worries. Just a snap of that sacred spot and how you like things arranged for optimal crafting!
All done? Head over to the Discord and find the #quest-turn-in channel and make a single post with your photo. Please don't chat or discuss the entries in this channel. We don't want anyone's photo to get buried in chatter.
You can 'react' to the other entries as a show of encouragement. Or complement and discuss the tutorials in the #quest-chat channel.
Here we have all the players who have completed this quest!