Things, just three of them, should be easy to come up with each week…amirite?
Not so much, so today’s things are current things on my brain right this very moment!
Tia Coleman, who is on everyone’s mind. Honestly, I am not sure I would want to survive what she has, and she is most certainly in my thoughts.
Contemplating more sewing…perhaps this, and this, and this. And, I have been looking at fabrics online… I especially like how Clementine has set up a ‘by project’ page.
Thanks to Castle Rock on Hulu, I completed clue 4 of TTL’s MKAL and clue 5 is underway. I have still not finished skein one and I am contemplating sizing as Kirsten has said that the last clue will have options to “extend” the shawl. However, what I am really jonesing to cast on is Tegna but, I have promised myself I won’t even swatch before I have clue 5 done…
There you have my things for today! Want to see more? Head on over to Carole’s!
I want to knit a Tegna as well, but I want to spin for one! I have fiber in mind, but it will be another big spinning project and I’m not sure I’m ready for that just yet.
I’ve been busy thinking my usual thoughts (mainly about myself and my life) but they’ve all been replaced by thoughts about Tia Coleman and her family. There are no words and Ann has enough volunteers for almost 10 blankets, so it’s GoFundme for now.
I’ve been thinking about Tia Coleman all week. How does one even . . . begin to go on? I just can’t even imagine.
(And, as you know, I’ve had Tegna-itis for some time now. . .)
As usual, I appreciate/agree with all your links. I can’t even think about that woman who survived her family tragedy on the duck boat. I mean, it is unthinkable to have to process that kind of loss.
Tegna will be fabulous, as will those sewing patterns. I love a package from Clementine! She makes it feel so special.
Life does deal terrible things… prayers for Tia Colman.
Enjoy your garment making adventure…looking forward to seeing what you make.
I can’t even imagine Tia Coleman’s despair, I don’t know how you recover from that scope of tragedy.
I can’t imagine the fear that went through that family … and the life that Tia Coleman has to live now.
It’s hard to even write a comment – Tia’s story is so heartbreaking. but I love the pattern links!
Tia’s story didn’t get much attention in our local (the Netherlands) news, so this is the first time I heard about it. So tragic though! I’m glad so many people are willing to help her one way or the other!
I love those sewing patterns. I keep thinking about making myself some dresses, but I never do. That Tegna pattern is beautiful too! If only I had more time…
thanks for the castle rock tip – The duck boat horror accident is difficult to process for me as well.