5.4.14

A Work in His hands

As I am the part of His works, and so are you! if you don't understand what I mean here. I'm praying that He will find you someday. :)

I was working hard on my second project. I needed to finish it before next week that I get started to help my team working to prepare our Easter program here.  At first, I designed it but then once I bought the fabric it's not enough so I need to cut the sleeves for shorter.

It's almost done


I want to do something challenging than before, I tried something with collar. Then I started to make it...it took 2 weeks for me.

I sewed the pattern, I looked it's doesnt look nice then I opened the threads.



I sewed it again, oh this time it looks good,  I fittin that clothes but I didn't feel comfort then again I opened the threads, and sewed till it looks good and comfort for me.




I saw the fabric, it got little damage and I was having sad face but this is in my mind when I looked at to that damage.

" I'm sorry dear fabric, you hurt so much but I have picked you that you look the best to me when I was in the fabric shop, but once you finished, I will wear you, you will satisfy me, I will like you and everyone who see you perfectly fit on me they must like you and they praise my work." 

but suddenly a little voice in my heart spoke to me.

Ohhh Eva! Aren't you this damage fabric? the different is you know that you're in a Master's Hands and that fabric doesn't know that thing.

Dear Lord Jesus,

For all my friends who don't know You, I pray that You would save them too.






14 comments:

Jedidja said...

Thank you, this is so beautiful and straight from your heart. You are precious <3

"Jehovah appeared of old unto me, saying, Yea, I have loved thee with an everlasting love: therefore with lovingkindness have I drawn thee."

Hilda said...

God gave you a gift to be able to make clothes. i can't do that, only for my stuffed animals LOL! Love you, sister. ❤️

Sola Scriptura said...

Amen. What a beautiful prayer.
Your second pattern is gorgeous! I just love your style. Hugs to you, my friend.
Lauren

Pam Williams said...

Wonderful workmanship, Eva! And I love your analogy to the fabric. You always lift my spirits! Blessings!

*Dark Angel* said...

What a beautiful message, and that's really a nice work you did, proud of you girl :)

Ceil said...

Hi Delvalina! You are really working hard on sewing, good for you :) I took sewing lessons when I was young, but never really got good at it. I admire the fact that you would reshape the fabric and try to make it better. That takes faith!

I guess we are all damaged in some way. We are so blessed to have a God who will heal us every time.
Have a good weekend :)
Ceil

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Delvalina, So nice to meet you and thank you for stopping by and your kind comment and new following. I so enjoyed my visit to your lovely blog. Your dress is gorgeous and you did an amazing job with it. You are so very talented.
Beautiful prayer to go along with your sewing.
Thank you for sharing.
Wishing you a blessed day.
Hugs from Texas,
Celestina Marie

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Ines RdP said...

SO LOVELY DRESS! You have a very nice blog!! tell me how about follow each other?? Let me know if you atart and I will follow back :)
have a nice day sweety!
xoxo from Spain
www.thegrisgirl.blogspot.com.es

Olga Rani said...

I admire your patience and persistence with which you were making and re-making this garment until you're satisfied with the result. It shows that you've got character. Well done, Delvalina!

Patty Sumner said...

What true words of wisdom... Our Father is always teaching us in our daily lives.. Reminding us of his love and mercy. Your dress is beautiful even though you may think it is flawed..it is just perfect.. You are getting better.. I am just thrilled to see anyone who can sew like that.. You are a blessing!

Amy Frans said...

you're very talented!! i love your creativity and your sweet spirit. keep it up!

Desarae said...

Sweet message, Delvalina. :) We all have scars and tears in us, but the Lord makes something beautiful from the damaged lives we give to Him. I needed that reminder today. Thank you. I look forward to seeing your finished project!

Stephanie said...

Your words were so precious to read, my friend - a beautiful post, Eva.

And your sewing skills amaze me! I LOVE the lace on the collar - so pretty and feminine.

Thinking of you, Sister. I love you!

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