What a lovely spring day it is today. I decided this morning to get some fresh air and walk with my youngest daughter as she begins her day testing out a new school. Whilst there is a little nip in the air, it is sunny and warming on the face and a great vitamin D day! Sitting here in my sewing room, typing this post, the sun is coming through the window and I’ve even opened it ajar to feel the lovely spring air. Not sure if this picture shows that enough, but it’s the best I’ve got! Hope you feel in good spirits today too.
This post was meant to be posted yesterday, but my wifi was playing up and after a three hour slog involving unplugging and plugging wires, running up and down the stairs pressing buttons to try and connect, I got fed up and realised it was not meant to be. This morning has a positive feel to it and within 15 mins I got it working. Hurrah!
My post today is, hopeful, a helpful comparison of two craft fairs that I have attended since starting sewing three years ago. The first was the Handmade Fair last September, hosted at Hampton Court in Greater London and the second was last weeks Knitting & Stitching Show, held at the Olympia, West Kensington, London. Continue reading “The Handmade Fair v’s The Knitting & Stitching Show”