Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Trip Update & Forays into Felt

Hello, my friends! It's nice to be back with you! The last two weeks were extremely busy ones for me. I've galavanted off to another state to help a dear friend in her last week or two of pregnancy. Before I left life was a flurry of preparing for a month away from home. There was sewing to finish, clothes to wash, items to be sorted, lists to write, cleaning to be done and setting up everything related to my shop so it could stay up and running while I am gone.
The last day or two was quite hectic but finally on the 11th, after hugs all around and my amazing family seeing me off at the airport, I was safely on my way with all the loose ends wrapped up.

My flights were thankfully uneventful. I do love flying. There's just something about it. I love getting a window seat so I can look out and marvel at the beauty of God's creation. I'm often awestruck and a little overwhelmed thinking about how tiny I am in the grand scheme of things, and what a great & might God I serve. And then I'm completely humbled that he would  ever choose me to be His child.

But on to my felt. In my last post I told you a little about what I was working on & I'm finally getting around to sharing a few pictures with you.
I don't have one of my journal cover. But I do have photos of the lovely book cover I made from scratch. I didn't have a pattern and it was such fun! I just brainstormed and measured and stitched. And this was the end result.  Let me tell you, it makes reading a luxurious experience! I was sorely tempted to start reading my trilogy before the trip. But I refrained and didn't crack the spine to read until I was on my first flight.


  1. I really like this book cover! It is beautifully done! Thanks for sharing.


  2. Your book cover is lovely. The simple design is really striking.


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