See what I did there!?
I popped over to Brighton this morning to go to the Creative Stitches and Hobbycraft show, and then took a quick sprint round Churchill Square.
I'm glad I went, and I managed to buy a few bits and pieces, but it was way too busy for me. Unfortunately about 75% of the exhibitors were selling paper-craft type things which I did not stop to look at, and the average age of the visitors was about 80, which seemed to determine the walking pace and my patience just doesn't stretch that far!
So here are my lovelies, a scrap bag from The Eternal Maker, a nice big rule, and a fantastic pattern for a union jack quilt from Mandy Shaw of Dandelion Designs.
There was also the most amazing/weird knitted/crocheted seascape! I didn't venture through the undersea tunnel as I didn't want to be trapped under all that wool with a bunch of octogenarians, but it was quite fun, if you like knitted fish. There was also a small display by members of the Quilter's Guild. Unfortunately I forgot my camera, so I could only get a couple of snaps on my phone, so they aren't very clear.
After a quick look in Habitat, I bumped into a Dalek or two, then came home for a cup of tea...