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aussiesapphire
Aug 28, 2018
Give up your limiting beliefs
Give up your limiting beliefs about what you can or cannot do, about what is possible or impossible. From now on, you are no longer going to allow your limiting beliefs to keep you stuck in the wrong place. Spread your wings and fly!
"A belief is not an idea held by the mind, it is an idea that holds the mind" Elly Roselle

"Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves." —Carl Jung

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
nborchardt
Aug 28, 2018
And really that is what limits our beliefs, hopes, and dreams. We cannot go anywhere in anything in our lives unless we let go of the limits and embrace the "Little Engine" and go with "I think I can"! Blessings, aussie!
aussiesapphire
Aug 28, 2018
Hi nborchardt, phew that is dredging up a few old memories, mostly today I think I can, but when I try, I find I am out of puff hahahaha. Hugs n.
Taffi
Aug 29, 2018
Yeah, I think I'm young here...but not so sure when I can remember the Little Engine that Could!
aussiesapphire
Aug 29, 2018
It is a well loved children's book Taffi, I remember reading it to my daughter and in a couple of week's time she will be 45 lol. So been around for a little bit. Hugs.
nborchardt
Aug 29, 2018
But if you can huff and puff, you know you are on the "right side of the sod"!
aussiesapphire
Aug 29, 2018
HAHAHAHA - never thought of it in quite that way hehehehe - thanks for the chuckle nborchardt. Hugs.
nborchardt
Aug 30, 2018
Hugs to you, my friend!
JAMP124
Aug 28, 2018
Oh, my. I come from a long line of quilters, particularly my grandmother and her eight sisters. This would have been unacceptable for them!
It's aptly described as "patchwork."
orinoco
Aug 28, 2018
I'm a self-taught quilter with few resources. You do what you can with what you have, I guess. I just learned about "crumb quilting" and am joining up all my tiny scraps to try something new.

Quilts are so much like life. Many years ago several people gave me their "orphan" scraps and some abortive projects. The fabrics I dislike are sure to be the ones that someone else just luuuvs, and sometimes when I've made a really scrappy quilt out of whatever I've got, it ends up coming together really well when it's finished and washed. So it is with groups of people. In my church their are people of many nationalities, backgrounds and levels of education, and yet somehow we all manage to come together and do something positive.
darambo
Aug 28, 2018
Good morning all. Jamp I have to agree with you about this quilt looks very simple and put together without much thought. Looks rather messy. I remember when I was a little girl I had on my bed a quilt my great grandmother made. It was done in different patterns and shades of greens (my favorite color) I still remember that quilt like it was yesterday. Funny the things you remember, I wonder why you remember certain things that don't seem to be important? Your grandmother came from quite a large family. Do you do any quilting? I don't, was never interested in that type of sewing. You have a good week Jamp, also all you other puzzlers and everyone be safe.
aussiesapphire
Aug 28, 2018
I thought so too - my idea of quilting I much more ordered than the one here, but I do like the colours. Hugs Jamp and Darambo.
aknan
Aug 28, 2018
JAMP, I'm not sure I would honor this as a "patchwork". It's more of a mishmash and looks like an afterthought. Quilted many hours with my grandmother back in the 50s. She had a frame that hung from the ceiling; the quilt was rolled from the side as you finished a stretch and the entire thing could be pulled up to the ceiling and out of the way when we weren't quilting.
JAMP124
Aug 29, 2018
More about quilting and my grandmother. The Sauer Sisters all lived in a small city in Pennsylvania. They got together one afternoon a week (in a different home each week) and worked on a quilt. They all were near-sighted so they could take their glasses off to sew. They put their glasses in the middle of the quilt for safe-keeping. At the end of the afternoon the children all came to that house from school. When they stopped work on the quilt the children each located their mother's glasses! The husbands came to that house from work --- and everyone had dinner together! That's family!
orinoco
Aug 29, 2018
Probably a young girl's first attempt at patchwork, with very few resources and not much ability yet. We all have to start somewhere! I hope her mother or aunt or grandma honoured her struggles and cherished it for the girl who made it, not its "perfection."
aknan
Aug 29, 2018
Good thought, orinoco. Hugs
darambo
Aug 29, 2018
Jamp thanks for the family story, I loved it. I really enjoy hearing family stories. Orinoco you are right we all have to start somewhere and even if this was not a child, or their first attempt it was still so much better than I could do. I got the feeling you were irritated with my responses and I am sorry, didn't mean to offend you. If someone had made this for me I would cherish it forever. The colors are very pretty. Who ever made this should be proud of it. Thanks for the reminder to not be judgemental. Be safe
pixipixil
Aug 29, 2018
I'm getting to this a day late. Had too much to do yesterday.
pixipixil
Aug 28, 2018
Not sure if I'd even describe that as quilting but I do like the assortment of fabric patches. It seems even hadicrafts are devolving into the morass of modernism.
Wishing you an old-fashioned day.
Taffi
Aug 29, 2018
It seems to be missing the actual quilting pattern. So not quite a quilt, as far as I can see.
tshepherd24
Aug 29, 2018
That bright quilt looks so great. That reminds me of the quilts some members of my family put together.
micki
Aug 28, 2018
I do like quilts, but this one in the puzzle does not look like one I would purchase. Looks a little too thrown together for my taste.
jas6415
Aug 28, 2018
What a pretty quilt. Remember them from my childhood. Would not go well with modern décor though
nborchardt
Aug 28, 2018
I love quilts but have no talent or patience to actually make one and I may be selling myself short....Lord knows that is a distinct possibility!! Blessings!
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