The Five-Minute Stitch! Mini Kit Rotation – EP13
Welcome to Episode Thirteen of our Mini Kit Rotation!
The Current Project: Teapot by Artiste
In today’s episode, I finish out my attempt at the solely Danish method of stitching. I didn’t actually do it wrong, I just didn’t have to do it quite as much as I did.
Things Discussed in this Episode:
What is The Five-Minute Stitch?
I do not do enough stitching in my daily life. I have plenty of free time but a lot of other hobbies, so I don’t get as much stitching done as I would like. So, I am holding myself accountable: maintain a video diary where I stitch for at least five minutes three days a week. Hopefully I can increase that to five minutes every day a week, but I’m starting small to begin with!
Why only 5 minutes?
Five minutes are all I’m comfortable recording at a time. The hardest part of any project is sitting down to start working. I’m holding myself accountable to five-minute segments, so that once the camera stops rolling I will have the motivation to stitch more on other projects. I’m not only stitching for five minutes and that’s it! 🙂 Besides, no one wants to watch me stitch for hours at a time!
Thanks for watching! 🙂
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