Sunday, March 15, 2020
Slow Sunday Stitching
Welcome to Slow Sunday Stitching!
We meet here every Sunday to celebrate the art of all varieties of hand stitching. If it involves a needle (or 2) and thread and stitching taken with your hands, we want to know about it!
Here in Canada we are so ready for winter to be over. The daffodils are starting to bravely pop out of the frozen ground, and we are starting to get "spring fever". It's the time of year when we feel restless and want to get outside. One of my friends said she was outside working in her garden yesterday wearing her snowsuit!
But alas, coronavirus has changed everything for us. With the global health concerns we are being advised to engage in "social distancing", stay home, and do some slow stitching. Well, I added that last part, but it does seem like the perfect time to spend some quality time with your stitching project, doesn't it?
We will just have to calm down that spring fever feeling, settle in at home and put the time to good use. I have made some progress on my embroidered towel. I'm stitching the bowl handle, and hope to finish the bowl and spoon handle today.
Although you can't be out with the general public, you can hang out today with your slow sunday stitching friends. We would love to see what you're hand stitching today. Link up your blog post below and share your slow progress with us.