Two things that have been bringing me joy lately are fresh loaves of bread baked in the Le Creuset Dutch oven Kaleb got me for my birthday this year, and thoughtfully hand-mending my clothing.
For much of my life I prioritized quantity over quality when it came to clothing. I think moving from Arizona to St Thomas, US Virgin Islands, then up to Washington in just under a year forced me to whittle my wardrobe down to versatile basics, pack light each time I moved, and to treat what I have with care – all skills I now consider essential and am grateful for.
This patch is one I ordered from The Far Woods and had been saving for a special occasion. Covering an unfortunate bleach spot on one of my favorite shirts felt like I was finally putting it to good use.
This cool and airy spring/summer shawlette is the perfect accessory to keep the sun off your neck and shoulders while adding a rich pop of color to any outfit.
::::: About Tencel :::::
This shawlette is hand knit using Tencel (Lyocell) fiber ethically sourced from eucalyptus trees, produced using renewable energy and is considered a “fiber of the future”. Tencel fibre is manufactured by Lenzing fibres in a closed-loop system, which means resources like water and solvents get reused instead of ending up as pollution and waste.