Learn the art of slow stitching
Learn to create beautiful hand-made keepsakes while exploring the use of stitching and patchwork. In this comprehensive online workshop, you will master a range of simple stitching techniques - you'll renew your fabric stash or old garments to create original pieces you will treasure.
What is Slow Stitching?
Slow stitching is an ancient practice although the term is relatively new. To slow stitch is to take time to mindfully create something new through stitching with needle and thread. It's also a fantastic way to use up those spare fabrics and old clothes!
As we look towards the practices of yesteryear as a way to escape the busy-ness of modern life, stitching crafts are becoming increasingly popular - they allow us to calm the mind while unleashing our creative side!
What's the difference between Slow Stitching and Creative Mending?
Both are stitching crafts that compliment each other beautifully. Slow Stitching uses stitching techniques, patchwork, and your own creativity to develop something new; a book cover, a purse, or a bag - whereas Creative Mending lets you use the same skills to mend the things you love: renew your favorite jeans or shirt with a range of fun visible mending techniques.