Did you know that I’m learning to sew? You probably do if you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time at all, or browsing any in the archives. Part of the trouble in beginning any new hobby is the initial expense of materials to get started. I was recently blessed with a whole big box of some great fabrics, patterns, and sewing notions by a kind Christian shop owner on Etsy. Please go see Ms. Marilyn at JB Sew Blessed and let her know I sent you!
The JB Sew Blessed shop carries fabrics, patterns, and some beautiful crafted embroidery pieces for your projects. Part of what was sent were some of those beautiful embroidery squares! These are the verses I found wrapped neatly together.
Aren’t they beautiful? Then, as I was going through the bags of fabric, I found this one too!
I know my baby girl is going to love whatever I end up making for her with this beautiful dancer! I’m not sure what to do with her or with the verses above just yet. I may take the verses and make pillow cases, and possibly also with this pretty little lady here as well. There is at least one if not a couple of cute bag patterns in this box as well, so I might do that instead or also!
Now, this is what Marilyn’s shop features and is her craft specialty at the Etsy shop. She’s got some beautiful premade designs or she invites you to message her with what you are looking for and she will try to find it to create for you! If you are a quilter or looking for that perfect accent for your projects, you’ll definitely want to look around and see what she has to offer!
As you can see, there was quite a bit of love and effort put into this kind gift, and I’m so grateful to Marilyn and all the pattern originators as well as to the Lord God – He provides and showers us with blessings! I hope that you all are seeing His hand of mercy and blessing on your lives as well, and please stop in to these wonderful shops and sites. They all have many gorgeous and fun items, and from this package you can see that they all have giving and loving hearts. JBSewBlessed and Ms. Marilyn not least among them!
Merry Christmas, and happy sewing!