2013 ESSENTIAL TOPS SEW-A-LONG FINISHED PROJECTS

December 30, 2014

IN WITH THE NEW...



...With 2015 knocking at the door my heart is filled with joy, thanksgiving, gratitude and ANTICIPATION!
Really, my mind is overflowing with thoughts of the endless POSSIBILITIES God has placed within each of us.  Sometimes just thinking about them makes my heart race, and it makes me feel a little hyperventilatey (self-created word) (calm down girl)!
Can you imagine someone getting that excited sitting in a sewing room?  Of course possibilities extend beyond sewing and the sewing room; but I’m just saying, even a pattern envelope contains endless possibilities if we take full advantage of it.
I pray that I will have the gumption to step out on just a few of those possibilities in the New Year – if so, how wonderful that will be!

16 comments:

  1. Awww Faye! I know what you mean! All those patterns and fabric, all the fabulous possibilities! It does make one "hyperventilatey". :)

    I love you Faye, you're great!!!

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    1. The possibilities are awesome! I love you too Kyle wish we lived next door to each other - you could teach me a lot!

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  2. I'm right there with you sister! Oz is acting up, so am going to dig out my ole trusty rusty olive green Brother and get back to sewing. Am making your daddy's stew for New Years...I gave the kids a few choices and all voted for your dad's stew!!!!!

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    1. Sorry OZ is under the weather but so glad you have OLIVE! I hope your stew turns out even better THAN MINE. Make sure you add the stock from the meat to it just a little at a time. The amount you use depends on the thickness that you want. Sometimes I save some of the stock to add to it the next day to thin it out. Enjoy!

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    1. Wishing you endless possibilities too Lucy!

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  4. I second that emotion.

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    1. Wishing you endless possibilities too Kelly!

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  5. I like the "hyperventilatey" word. You are so right about the possibilities that abound in our sewing rooms. Wishing you a Happy New Year!

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    1. Wishing you the greatest New Year also Linda!

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  6. A deep breath should fix the hyperventilatey - then sew! Happy New Year Faye.

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  7. Happy New Year, 2015 will be the best yet with your awesome attitude towards sewing and life ~ enjoy ... J

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  8. Your enthusiam is infectious--just when I was resting on my laurels after Christmas sewing. Now to decide which project.

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  9. Happy New Year, Faye!!!

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