Back by Popular Demand: Mark Lipinski’s Slow Stitching Movement

Mark Lipinski’s webinar, The Slow Stitching Movement: Creating, Promoting, and Sustaining a New Vision in Quiltmaking, was quite a hit. Due to its popularity and great information from Mark, we are presenting the webinar again!


The webinar will be live, not a recording, and Mark will  present information about:

  • Approach your quilt making in a totally different way.
  • Recharge your passion for patchwork.
  • Engage the connection between your body, your quilts, and your legacy.        .
  • Expand your creativity, self-esteem and even your spiritual journey.
  • Tap your right brain, to train and develop your imagination.
  • Find the creative genius in you.
  • Implement your creative thought in today’s too-fast world.
  • Heal your life, emotions and boost your physical health.
  • Create groups and habits to support your creative vision.

Remember, the awesome thing about a webinar is you can watch it in the comforts of your own home. No fuss, no muss. What more could a quilter want?

The details:

  • July 10th
  • 1-2 PM ET
  • 19.99 for a full hour of interacting, learning, and recharging your quilting

Want to know why Mark Lipinski is awesome? A few looks at his work with Fons & Porter will make you a Lipinski believer.

1. He creates beautiful Quilts of Valor.


2.He can create curves like it’s his job (Well, it is…)


3. He is a healthy eater. (The quilt is called Orange Peel)


4. He makes flying geese into superstars.


Now that we have you impressed by his quilting, go register for his webinar!

Happy Quilting

Fons & Porter Rachel

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One Response to Back by Popular Demand: Mark Lipinski’s Slow Stitching Movement

  1. Ruth Anglin says:

    I wish this was available in the evenings or on a weekend. Maybe DVD?

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