Showing posts from December, 2009

Worship in Sewing.

I've wanted to learn how to sew since I was a very small child. I don't know why but the thought of taking some fabric and making something pretty and useful has always been a desire for me.

I've tried to learn throughout the years but failed every time. I'd get frustrated and give up. Even though I gave up, I'd still want to learn and would try and try and try and try again.

I've finally learned how to sew...Ok, so I'm not an expert but i've made some items that are definately being used. For those of you who follow this blog or my Facebook, then you can see that I'm making cloth diapers. I have also made Sarah her first dress. I'll post pics once I finish up the sleeves. It started out as a long sleeve, but now it's going to be a short-sleeved dress. It's all part of learning.
Here are a few things the Lord has shown me:

Patience...sewing requires patience. Patience to learn and then patience to cut out all the pieces and assemble them. T…

Christmas Time

It's been a while since I've written. I've been busy, learning how to sew. I'm getting really good at making diapers, inserts, bibs, burp cloths. I've stayed away from making dresses...only because i'm a big wimp. I know once I break out the pattern and start learning that I'll do a decent job and then get better.

I'm also getting ready for Christmas. I love this time of year. I don't know why but having a baby in the house again really makes it special. Not that we "do" Santa, but I love watching her face and seeing her surprise when she gets a new toy.

She loves the tree and keeping her from playing with the ornaments has proven easier then I thought. She's really a pleasant child. I enjoy her very much. She's talking and signing ALOT. Her signing vocabulary is very big but her motor skills are still that of a 15 month old. So, she signs and I don't always understand what she's signing? Wasn't signing suppose to help wi…