I had a terrible flare of "gettingthingsdoneitis" this month, with many deadlines and not enough time. So now I have to recuperate, slow down and get myself calmed down. A few more embroidery stitches will be put into this Life Is Beautiful block. In fact my plan is to deliberately move SLOWLY like a sloth for the entire day.
It used to be that the animal symbols of being slow were the turtle and the snail. But more recently the sloth has become the representative of slowness. Have you seen the Zootopia movie? Here's my favourite scene of sloths at the DMV:
It's Sunday, so slow down and stitch like a sloth!
And then link up your blog post below and share your slow stitching project with us.
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LOL on the flare of "gettingthingsdoneitis". I've had that before. It one of those things that comes back too. Mine usually happens around the dishes, laundry, and other chores when I have a bunch of quilting projects on the brain. Get well soon. Haha.
Hope to get some quilting in today...though there is a kids birthday party this afternoon. Enjoy your slow stitching :)
With one project completely finished yesterday, I think some slow hand stitching to be on the menu for today. Been slooowwwly stitching on this top for 7 years now. Hope you get to relax today too.
Slow down and enjoy your Sunday time!
Oh I have been feeling that way for a while... I need to get and do some sewing. I seem to be tired all the time though
That film clip made me smile! I hope you enjoy your S L O W day.
I will finish the quilting on the Postage Stamp quilt today!! it will be hard to slow down and take my time.
It is going to rain all day here, and maybe I can get the beading project underway.
I was a sloth this morning while the kids made breakfast! Love this movie... might need to have a movie night tonight and watch this one again!
I really need a sloth day! Happy sloth day to you!
I stitched the binding down on a table runner, but, didn't have time to post about it.
"gettingthingsdoneitis" - what a great definition.
Have you seen the sock sloths!? Aren't they adorable? (http://www.craftpassion.com/2017/03/how-to-sew-sock-sloth.html)
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