Slow Stitching is for you . . .

Quick, fast, easy. In our busy, multitasking world, those buzzwords capture our attention. But speed can kill creativity and the enjoyment of our creative pursuits.  Maybe what we really need to do is slow down, enjoy the process, and create fiber art that we’re really proud of. But how?

The Slow Stitching Movement is an illuminating and inspiring revolution within the stitching and fiber art  industry, launched by international quilting personality Mark Lipinski.

Modeled after the international Slow Food movement, The Slow Stitching Movement is open to all fiber and needle artists and will prepare you for a higher form of creativity and important work in the needle and fiber arts, be it quilting, knitting, crochet, tatting, embroidery, rug hooking, weaving, needlepoint, cross stitch, etc.

Following the tenets of The Slow Stitching Movement you will: 

  • Approach your creative art-making in a totally different way.
  • Recharge your passion for the needle fiber arts .
  • Engage the connection between your body, your quilts, and your legacy.        .
  • Expand your creativity, self-esteem and even your spiritual journey.
  • Tap your right brain, to train and develop your imagination.
  • Find the creative genius in you.
  • Implement your creative thought in today’s too-fast world.
  • Heal your life, emotions and boost your physical health.
  • Create groups and habits to support your creative vision.

If you’ve hit a creative wall, if you have more yarn, fabric, floss, threads, and notions than you do inspiration, if all of your projects are beginning to look alike, or if you’ve been creating in the needle arts  for years and have nothing especially wonderful to show for it . . . The Slow Stitching Movement is for you.

11 thoughts on “Slow Stitching is for you . . .

  1. After 12 years and many frustrations as a quilter (and tons of frustrations in taking classes), I listened to Mark’s webinar and realized I have always been into the Slow Stitching movement. At last….recognition that fiber creativity does not have to be fast, easy and filled with expensive tools. I have found I am not alone! Thank you Mark!

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  3. Mark, So happy you have come up with Slow Stitching Movement. It’s the best an most soothing of anything on the internet. Simply love it.

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