Yes, what hope we have in Jesus!
What a great contrast from v. 19! I am so grateful for God's mercy and grace! He saved me - He had mercy on me all those years ago through today! And my hope is in Him!
Thank You, Abba, for this tremendous hope that You have given me! I cry out with joy and praise to You! Today I will rejoice in this hope, even as I pray for those who have yet to receive it! Thank You, my LORD! Amen.
Yea! Pretzel Quilt!
Susan from Quilt Fabrication
featured the finished flimsy
on her weekly link up
Thank you, Susan!
Sewing Studio Tour Part 5:
Daddy's Chest of Drawers
my dad's chest of drawers.
He and I were -
and remain very close.
I'm grateful to
have this piece of Dad.
I store storage items, scrap batting, sewing accessories, adhesives, finished projects and miscellaneous supplies here.
I decided to store my fat quarters in a very visible location. You see, I don't really use them, but if they're visible I will - and I want to use them all up. In the future, I plan to purchase 1/4 yard cuts vs. fat quarters because they are more economical.
I also want to use them up so that I can store my binding maker and other sewing machines on top of these drawers. They will be much more accessible and therefore used more often! :)
This is how I store my hand quilting frame and hoop and my traveling project case. I try to make use of every inch of space!
Here's some flannels I picked up at 60% off. I liked Susan's idea (from Quilt Fabrication) of using these for a backing!
My artist friend, Victoria J. Culbertson painted and generously gifted these mini paintings to my husband and I.
And there you have it - one of my favorite parts of my sewing studio!
Not a lot of sewing is getting done, but I am continuing to make progress on Patrick's Strength. If you recall, he is the young teen diagnosed with cancer. It will be a long road for this young man and his family.
Linking up to