With every new year comes new hope, goals, challenges, and achievements. With 2014 ending in a roller coaster, I will be happy to coast for awhile. I miss this blog and my time to focus on what I love – ingenuity. While I will continue to work on repurposing unwanted wardrobe pieces, Sew Purposeful is meant for discovering, exploring, reflecting, and learning about my own purpose as well.
These Christmas gifts from my husband are very appropriate for this…
I have been wanting a solid, textbook-style overview of the fashion business industry. I am hopeful that after my husband’s research, this will give me a great introduction.
The music box was instant tears. I have been wanting one for years and loved that he selected one that was not only beautifully crafted, but decorated by one of my favorite artists, Edgar Degas. Dance is something that will always be near and dear to my heart. No matter where I am or what I do in my life, if I put on a pair of ballet slippers I go into a zone that I wish to stay in as long as possible.
One-of-a-kind knitting needles hand-carved from a single piece of wood are the most fitting gift I could ever imagine. They are not only practical in the sense that I am incredibly anxious to, literally, try my hand at knitting with needles instead of my arms, but they also represent a new opportunity. Beginning this month, I will be interning with DeNada Design, an accessory line of handmade Peruvian-inspired knits by the incredibly talented Virginia Arrisueno!
I feel very humbled that I was selected to be a part of something so special and look forward to growing personally and professionally from this experience.
Here’s to 2015…may it be the best year yet for finding purpose, beauty, and inspiration in all that surrounds me. Happy New Year!