Thank heaven for cooler heads!!! I took ya’lls advice and put Gray Days in timeout for about a week, during which I calmed down a bit, enough for an attitude adjustment. . I picked it up again Monday morning and Gray Days is knitting up well and once again, all is well at Casa Coleman. 🙂 Here’s a look at my new, improved Gray Days Gansey:
Things are also going well in the pottery studio also. I’ve had a couple of kiln unloads that I’m very pleased with and want to share with you all. Both pieces are made of the same clay, Speckled Brownstone.
Thanks to all who sent me good advice when I was ready to relegate Gray Days to my personal limbo — the back of my closet.
Oh, and don’t forget to visit my etsy shop for more pottery love!
And we are put on this earth a little space that we might learn to bear the beams of love.
So for the second time, I frogged the cable section on Gray Day and tried to fix a mistake. Made a bigger mistake that just got worse and worse. I’m fighting the temptation to relegate it to the WIP basket that resides in the deepest, darkest part of my closet, never to be seen again. Should I give it another chance?? What would you do?
One fails forward toward success. Charles Kettering
I finally got my Etsy update finished and posted. If you haven’t visited my shop, consider this your invitation. I had a pretty good pull out of my kiln yesterday so another update is in the works so BOLO!
Here’s what’s happening here at Casa Coleman –
The Gray Days sweater has undergone a radical amputation and is about half the size it was when last shared. 😩 One of the cables went rogue necessitating a radical frogging. In my world, it’s more efficient to place a lifeline, take the needles out and just unravel. Tinking cables…..well, we just won’t go there. 😉
Here’s a look at some of yesterday’s firing –
The cookies are glaze tests; the green is Amaco’s Potter’s Choice Wasabi celadon and the blue is also an Amaco PC glaze, Downpour celadon. The large piece is wearing Downpour also.
Grandgirl #2, Harper has had the flu, but is on the mend fortunately. Now praying that the other two avoid it. 🙏🙏🙏
The very basic core of a man’s living spirit is his passion for adventure. Christopher McCandless
Sorry about the on-the-fly post, I’ll be publishing a regular post in the next day or so. I did get a shop update up today, go see what’s new ya’ll, with a full kiln running even as I post.