Creepy Cute and World of Geekcraft, also the new album by one of my favourite bands Foo Fighters. He's been a good boy and paid attention to my mindless muttering about randomness :)
All that before 7.30 am on a Saturday too! Wow, but it was by no means the end of the fun for the day. I was up, out of the house and en route to London baby! I just had to tackle what felt like a million football fans first, damn Cup Final on the same day!
Anyway I made it to London without much trouble and met up with the fabulous ladies of the UK part of The Sew Weekly and we had an amazing time. We had our pictures taken, and not just by us too, lots of random people decided that they should take pictures of us too... (I only took one picture on the day so the credit for any of these is not mine)
|Picture credit to Sofia|
|Picture Credit to Debi|
- The Horrockes Dress - £95! (Charlotte made her own from the free pattern, which is sooooo much better)
- A Bag - £85 (its got 4 seams and its not even lined!)
- Kilt Pin - £15 (for a kilt pin!!)
The pattern swap was mental soo many patterns we were like kids in a sweet shop (this one I got a picture of!)
I had to leave the girls a little early to ensure I snagged a little bit of fabric as my train home was earlier than everybody else. Luckily Mimi and Marie also had to go a bit earlier so I didn't feel quite as bad, but you can't go to fabric street mecca and not go fabric shopping can you!
Here are the fabrics and the patterns I got (along with a fabulous crochet flower Charlotte made!)
So after a dash around some of the shops I went to get my train, thank god I did because the lady who sat opposite me should have got on a train that was 20 mins earlier and as her ticket was only for that train she had to pay for one for the one she was on at the price of £69! I nearly fainted!
But the day didn't end there, when I got home I had a few friends round to for birthday drinkies! The perfect end to a perfect day