Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Let's Bee Social #27

It's been a rough two weeks.  And in that time, I have not sewn one. single. stitch.  Until today.  Today I will be spending time with fabric and colour.  Thread and the sound of a whirring machine.  The smell of freshly pressed seams.  And the thoughts of all my friends who have shown how much they care.

To each of you who has helped me to make it through these past two weeks, please accept my sincere appreciation and a great big THANK YOU!

This photo says it so well...


I promise to share something fabric related soon!

NOW.... What's new with you?

I am sew looking forward to visiting with you all!
Your creativity is sew inspiring!
So.... Show me what you got!
And Let's Bee Social!




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27 comments :

  1. Glad to hear you are back to sewing Lorna. I find it very therapeutic.

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  2. That is such a sweet pic!

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  3. Fabric Therapy.....hope that it soothes / comforts you if only for a little while here and there : )

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  4. This is one of my favorite pictures, I had shared it on Facebook! Take care!

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  5. Have fun today getting your sewjo back! It takes time to heal, but I bet the fabric and stitches will help or at least give you some happy moments:) Take all the time you need.xoxo

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  6. Thinkin' of you!
    One day at a time...

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  7. That's what friends are for! I'm looking forward to seeing what you are working on!

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  8. it just takes time, gradually the pain lessens

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  9. Smiles girl. Glad you have some fabric therapy starting...thinking of you.

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  10. I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. I just read about that. Hopefully some sewing therapy can cheer you up as time passes :-)

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  11. Lorna, I have been keeping you and your family in my prayers. I'm glad to hear that you'll be getting back to sewing. It always helps put my mind at ease, and I hope it does for you as well.

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  12. sending you best wishes, the photo of the girls is wonderful, LeeAnna Paylor

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  13. So glad you are making it back to the sewing machine. Still sending you love, positive vibes, and virtual hugs.

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  14. So sorry for your loss Lorna! I am glad you are back to sewing and hope you find comfort and peace at this difficult time.

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  15. I understand how hard it is to get back to sewing after a loss, even though you know it is relaxing. I still have days where I can't seem to do anything but mindless activities. I think it is because we are insulating ourselves from the grief. I am still praying for you and family to find some comfort and to focus on the good memories. Debbie

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  16. May each stitch you take in your fabrics also be a stitch that binds your wounded heart. Prayers will continue!

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  17. I hope you find comfort in every stitch, Lorna!

    -Soma x

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  18. Looking forward to seeing your newest creative sewing. You always make cute things.

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  19. Hey m'dear, take your time, enjoy the sewing and know that you're in our thoughts ... still ... take care :)

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  20. Good to hear you found some time for some sewing therapy :)

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  21. Good golly...don't worry about us, dear Lorna. We all know how difficult it is to lose a loved one. Take care of yourself. I hope you enjoyed your sewing time today. *Big hug*

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  22. would love to join in but cannot seem to add my link, maybe you could email me with some help!! I try to put my blog address in but it will not accept it. Lots of lovely things today to see and wow at

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  23. Sorry for your loss. Life goes on even when we want to yell STOP! Treasure your memories and make many more good ones.

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  24. I have been away from the blogging world for most of June, and it was so sad to come back to see the news about your dad. I hope that sewing time you carved out was a balm to your soul today.

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  25. Lorna, you are the first to offer encouragement to your fellow quilters, so it is no surprise that you have cultivated such wonderful and supportive friends. I'm glad you've been feeling the love, and happy for you to get back into your studio and focus your energy into what you love "sew" much!

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  26. Been thinking about you...have a happy day !

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