Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Sewing Therapy

Friendship is sewn with love and measured by kindness.

Some days call for quiet and a little peacefulness. Today was such a day. With the excitement and frenzy of the elections, emotions have been running high and low. They were the topic on every one's mind at the beauty shop today. From the young to the old, everyone had a different perspective and opinion on the history that was made this week. Although it was fun to discuss opinion and listen to perspective, a quiet afternoon doing something relaxing seemed the best way to unwind. My fabric stash was inviting. I decided it was time to work with fabrics I loved; cottons in prints of pink and brown. There's something ultimately soothing and relaxing about working with textiles. Such cozy comfort in sometimes chaotic world.


  1. Your apron is going to be adorable in those fabrics - please post a pic when you're done with it!

  2. oh the fabric is just so lovely. . .it makes me want to sit down at my own sewing machine.
    Thank you for giving me the boost.

  3. I love pink and brown together..

  4. Beautiful fabric, wonderful talent! So glad you found time to relax doing something you love.

  5. Anonymous3:25 AM

    Thank you for the post, LaDonna. I like your pink very much. And you know what? I was working on an apron, putting the pattern on my material here in the opposite side of the world!

    Enjoy sewing! I will, too!


  6. Love your fabric choices! Have fun stitching your way into peace.

    mama to 6
    one homemade and 5 adopted

  7. Sewing projects are wonderful for cool Fall days. I have been making aprons, too! I am linking adding a link to your blog! Thanks for stopping by to see me this morning!

  8. Hello, that is an adorable apron pattern. I have found myself collecting apron patters. This is one I have yet to ever see before. Very cute. Your dad looks like a good man. You are so blessed to enjoy life with him.


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