The Slow Stitching Movement Getaway: Autumn 2015

  The first Slow Stitching Movement Getaway was held at the Lambertville Inn in Lambertville, New Jersey in April.  It was a transformative experience for many of those who attended as well as a relaxing, reflective, and educational 4 days. There were 30 attendees and the Slow Stitching Movement Getaway sold out in a matter […]

Guest Blogger, Maggie Bonanomi, says “Slow Stitching is just what I want to do.”

  I AM Slow Stitching And it Doesn’t Matter What Kind of Stitching I’m Doing By Maggie Bonanomi For me, I can’t think of a better topic to address than Slow Stitching! We all move along so fast these days, if not fast, then in overload mode. Slow Stitching is just what I want to do, and what I […]

7 Things Slow Stitchers Should NEVER Apologize For

Sometimes if I wonder if I can make it through a day without having to say “I’m sorry,” to someone about something. “I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to cut in front of you.” “I’m sorry, for interrupting.” “I’m sorry, for the confusion.” “I’m sorry, you tripped.” “I’m sorry, for my coffee breath.” “I’m sorry, I […]

A Little Slow Housekeeping . . .

 A Slow Stitching Calendar In trying to keep The Slow Stitching Movement website relevant and helpful to you, I have added an active calendar to the website (check it out on the homepage). I’m not sure I’m really loving the calendar format I’m using even though I’ve searched high and low, and am looking […]

Letting go of Perfect and Jumping into Creative: 10 Tips for Busting Your Blocks

    I bet you thought you would never see the end of my series on perfection and how it plays complete havoc with your life (I know that I never thought I’d see the end of it!). Over the past few weeks, I have shared with you how there have been times I have […]

SLOW STITCH SUNDAY: 15+ Ways to Ditch Your Stitching Blocks, Find Inspiration & Enhance Your Creativity. PLUS . . . More Work on My Legacy Quilt!

How to Get Creative And Enhance Your Inspirational Experiences Mindful stitching is only one way to work this Slows Stitching Movement thing. There are so many other ways for you to get into touch with your surroundings and for your soul to become inspired. I mentioned in my last webinar that we human beings just need to […]

A Gift for my Mother. A Gift for Me.

The views and opinions expressed in this page by guest bloggers are strictly those of the blog author.   There will be no censorship of opinions by blog owner – OK, maybe a little. Who wants to be sued?   Let me introduce you . . .  Today’s Slow Stitching  guest blogger is quilter, poet, and artist, […]

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 […]