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December 19, 2008

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Thanks so much for the link. Wonderful juicy embroidery, some people might think it odd how excited I get over it.

docile, eh?
I feel for you being the subject of your dads reading experiement. im curious though - did you grow up to enjoy reading more or less because of it? we read a lot to our kids before they could read - they didn't start to read until they started school but the groundwork was there - and they both (the third one is still being read to) love books. i wonder though if we made it a lesson would they have been turned off.

I read that very article and thought of you (and I too, am addicted to the NY Times - every day online, a must-do). I liked the gloves the best, although the jacket was also nice. Then again, I like more simplistic things. But the work! The work! I've done quite a bit of embroidery in my life and it is sooooo time consuming. Glad you shared with everyone.

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  • I defined Slow Cloth several years ago on this blog. Read the original post at http://lainie.typepad.com/redthread/2008/01/this-must-be-th-1.html. (Copyright Elaine Lipson 2007-2011; all rights reserved).
  • Joy
    Slow Cloth has the possibility of joy in the process. In other words, the journey matters as much as the destination.
  • Contemplation
    Slow Cloth offers the quality of meditation or contemplation in the process.
  • Skill
    Slow Cloth involves skill and has the possibility of mastery.
  • Diversity
    Slow Cloth acknowledges the rich diversity and multicultural history of textile art.
  • Teaching
    Slow Cloth honors its teachers and lineage even in its most contemporary expressions.
  • Materials
    Slow Cloth is thoughtful in its use of materials and respects their source.
  • Quality
    Slow Cloth artists, designers, crafters and artisans want to make things that last and are well-made.
  • Beauty
    It's in the eye of the beholder, yes, but it's in our nature to reach for beauty and create it where we can.
  • Community
    Slow Cloth supports community by sharing knowledge and respecting relationships.
  • Expression
    Slow Cloth is expressive of individuals and/or cultures. The human creative force is reflected and evident in the work.

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