Stitching A Story

September 26, 2018

Stitching together the landscape of my life using stitched mixed media. It’s become habit now to just pick up a needle and thread and some fabric, it runs through me. Stitching by hand helps to slow things down. It essentially becomes a meditative practice and it’s a great way to relax. Plus stitching by hand is much more interesting than stitching by machine don’t you think? I love this type of repetitive stitching. You can do it without thinking too much. Just sewing little pieces of fabric together. It’s a place where you can lose yourself for a while.
Here’s a short glimpse to my story projects.

Thank you Father

Abrazos

A curtain I made
My Colcha with my awesome Kaffe Fassett Fabric
A small fabric art project
Small baby quilt

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I am perpetually creative, and my eyes “feel” art everywhere. Who am I, I am an open book. I believe that sharing “from the heart” with one another is what connects us, heals us, and inspires us! My love for my Lord, family, friends, cooking, crafting, gardening/nature, vintage, sewing and different cultures; these passions and too many more to list, have moved my hand to paper, thus, Abrazos y Besos. In addition to a nudge by my baby sister, Dudies. My last name is Hug which means Abrazo in Spanish, hence the name of my blog: “Abrazos y Besos” translating to “Hugs & Kisses.” I will focus on our personal life journey with Mi Corazon (Augie Hug) sprinkled with love, spice and fun. Please tune in. Philippians 4:13 New King James Version (NKJV) 13 I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.

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