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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Patience Via Slow Stitching

Many explain they don't have patience for hand stitching,
and I believe it builds patience in me. 
Slow stitching is so rewarding and 
offers time to think and meditate. Both good for the soul and
highly recommended.  
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4 comments:

sonja said...

So true! When i hear someone lament of their lack of patience while viewing a piece of my work, i might reply that doing this artwork with cloth teaches me patience! it also is a centering joyful task for me to have some hand work.very soothing.

Laura McGrath said...

I feel the same when I'm doing machine quilting, it's a very meditative, almost hypnotic process for me.

Myra @ Busy Hands Quilts said...

I enjoy seeing things others slow stitch. Your project looks great! I'd love to have you link up to Finished or Not Fridays each week!

Mary at Fleur de Lis Quilts said...

It's so meditative and calming that I tend nod off and sleep. On vacation I do some handwork while my husband drives. He says I do pretty much 50% of sewing and sleeping. I say that's why I'm so rested when we get home.