If you follow me on Instagram you may have seen that last weekend I made another pilgrimage to the World Famous Rag Market. We don’t live locally but my mum and I try and go a couple of times a year for a nice day out or weekend away. This time we had a busy one day trip which included the rag market shopping and tickets to the Sewing for Pleasure show at the NEC.
Anyone else try and get blog pictures in the snow? I was so full of cold but was determined to get out in that pretty white stuff for some nice pictures – unfortunately a horrendous cold and standing in the snow without a coat on wasn’t a good combination, so this is what I ended up with – I’ll definitely give it a miss next time!
Anyway, on to the sewing! I made this top – it’s the Swagger Sweater from George and Ginger Patterns. I have written a post before about the Rival Dress from George and Ginger and so I would definitely say I was a fan of this pattern company! Read More
It’s March! How has that happened?! It seems like just a few days ago that it was New Year and I was writing my first blog post but here we are, in March. It doesn’t help much that the weather is still desperately clinging onto winter! I wasn’t planning on doing round-up posts of all the things I’ve made so that’s not what this is, I don’t feel like I have made any great strides to becoming more sustainable so I want to have a look back at how I am getting on with my goals and have a look forward at what I could do differently. I also have been really inspired by some amazing people in the first couple of months of this year so I thought it would be nice to do a little ’round-up’ of what’s inspiring me to keep going down this path.