SLOW STITCH SUNDAY: Writing, Drawing, Painting & Clipping the Start of My Legacy Quilt

Believe it or not, I have actually completed the design of my legacy quilt.  The quilt that will tell my story.  The quilt that will be the patchwork that I apply and follow  all of the tenets of The Slow Stitching Movement. It wasn’t easy.   Sometimes, however, easy or not, you just have to […]

I Dream About Confetti Dyeing

Please let me introduce you to today’s guest blogger, surface design artist, Carol R. Eaton. Carol is  a surface design artist creating original, one-of-a-kind fabrics. She incorporates unusual techniques such as dyeing with ice, manipulating fiber reactive dyes, and the use of decolorants. She is an ardent observer of her surroundings always ready for the unexpected color or element to catch her eye […]

Webinar Encore! July 10, 2014

Encore! ENCORE! DON’T MISS IT this time around! On Thursday, July 10 from 1 until 2:15-ish PM EST, I will be giving an ENCORE and LIVE presentation of The Slow Stitching Webinar! And, of course, and there will be a LIVE response to all of your questions and comments about Slow Stitching. Sign up today and […]

Snag and Facebook!

Here’s the first two of several banners, blocks and website widgets to come.    Just snag this Facebook banner and add it to your own Facebook page banner! Spreading the word and empowering needle artists is the goal of the Slow Stitch Movement!  Thanks!  xoxom       Here’s a screen grab:      

Gathering my Fabric

One of the things that I’m going to share on this blog is my “important quilt” — my legacy quilt — my slow stitching quilt.  I won’t reveal the quilt in its entirety until it is complete, which I am guessing will take a year or two of daily work.  But you’ll be able to […]

Now is the time . . .

Please sign up today for your space in the LIVE Slow Stitching webinar THIS EVENING!  Can’t make it for the live webinar? Sign up anyway! You’ll receive the recording of the webinar in a couple of days and get all the benefits–including the Q&A–plus watch it over and over again, any time you like. Click here: […]

Welcome to the Slow Stitching Blog!

  Welcome to the first ever Slow Stitching Blog entry. You know, when I became ill in the final stages of kidney disease a couple of years ago, the experience took me out of a very busy and lucrative career in patchwork. I wasn’t able to fly, my energy was not up to snuff, I had […]