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QVW of the week

Welcome to the first week in the month of April. It’s the sunny summer time, and the heat is on. I pray that this month will bring us good tidings, successful biddings and awesome winnings in Jesus name, Amen.
It’s another Monday, time for the quote, verse and word of the week.

Quote:
“Be passionate about something bigger than yourself. It inspires growth”

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Sometimes our dreams seem so huge and great, that we get a bit sacred to take bigger steps. Oh well no one fulfilled their dreams by just being comfortable with the little small things, there’s always going to be that stretch if we want to attain greatness. So be ready to climb new heights, it might look scary but you’ll definitely grow, and learn new things. I can say for myself that starting this blog was a big step for me, but i decided and it’s been awesome because I’ve been learning new things through my research, things I didn’t even know existed. Driving your purpose with great passion inspires growth.

Verse:
Lean on, trust in, and be confident in the Lord with all your heart and mind and do not rely on your own insight or understanding. In all your ways know, recognize, and acknowledge Him, and He will direct and make straight and plain your paths.
{Proverbs 3:5-6 AMP}

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In everything we do, according to this scripture, acknowledging God and totally dependence on Him brings about divine direction. There are things in the future which we can’t see but once we commit our ways to Him, He leads us in the right path to follow. The wisdom of man is like foolishness unto God. Are you trying to start a new project but you’re not sure of the how and where? Commit it unto God and He’ll direct your paths. Amen.

Word:
Bias Cut

This is a term used in the fashion industry.
It is the diagonal direction of a woven fabric. Unless woven from stretch yarns, fabrics stretch more in the woven direction than in the length or width.

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Designers can take advantage of this stretch by manipulating the fabric so that the bias areas fall in ways that cause the designs to fit the body more closely or drape into soft folds. Designer Madeline Vionnet (active 1912 – 1940) was renown for her bias designs.

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For more wwd.com
Photo source: sparkle&fuzz

Have a good week.
Cheers.
@amarachukukere

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