At Slow Sunday Stitching, we brag about our slowness, and take pride in the art of relaxing, breathing deeply, and not really accomplishing much. We believe in the health benefits of relaxation, and take it seriously enough to commit to this slowness practice at least once a week. If you need a reminder of the benefits of relaxation, click here.
I did a lot of hand stitching this week. I finished the appliqued kites, and the hand stitched binding on a group quilt (see the quilt here). I cut the binding strips from a fun fabric called "Colorworks Concept".
And I finished another one of Gail Pan's embroidery blocks for the "I Stitch" club. These blocks are just so darn cute and are the perfect size to finish up in a short period of time. I stitched the bunny in brown thread to look like the ones we have in the backyard.
Next up is this sweet little cat. First I trace the design onto muslin using my Frixion pen and my "light box" (see my fancy technique here).
Then I am ready to start stitching.
I hope you can join us today in enjoying some relaxing stitching. If you have a blog, please link up your hand stitching project below so we can see what you are working on and cheer you on!
An InLinkz Link-up
I really love that binding! And your embroidery is so cute. Have a good day!
Nice to have a relaxed time for slowing down. Beautiful binding, fun fabric! Love your embroideries too.
Your embroidery blocks are lots of fun to see each week! They are a great way to slow down and enjoy each stitch.
I really like that striped binding. Your embroidery is really sweet.
Your Gail Pan embroideries are so cute, I love here designs. Love the colorful binding.
I never considered myself a "cat" person. Recently I adopted two stray kittens who just magically appeared in my chicken coop. I haven't caught them yet. I'd have better luck "petting" the cat you are embroidering. It is sooooo adorable! Can't wait to see what colors you choose. LOVE IT! Keep on stitching. Enjoy and like you said, RELAX. Yes, it is relaxing!
Those little embroideries are very cute! My daughter wants to teach her granddaughter how to do some handwork. I bet she would love these!
I always enjoy paying you a visit each Sunday to see what you and others are "slow stitching" - thanks for hosting us each week!
Love those Gail Pan embroideries!
Thank you for hosting another great link up! Your istitch is so cute....I think I'm going to have to order it....sigh......it's precious!
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