Monday, 13 September 2010

The last week has seemed very busy...

But filled with lovely things too, a friends housewarming, friends birthday parties and a trip to Brighton to take my daughter to her uni house!
She treated me to lunch at Bills in Lewes,(a belated Birthday treat) we both had Moroccan Chicken and it was delicious! Such a brilliant place with a great atmosphere! It was lovely to have a girly catch up too and then we had a mooch around the Antique centres oohing and aahing over jewellery and furniture!


Whilst in Brighton I only bought a few treasures from the charity shops as I'm still sticking to my challenge!

This was one of them, a linen skirt for just a £1! This will be put to good use in sewing projects. I also bought a pale blue linen baby sling for just 50p!
I've also been sewing up a storm for my stall and my Etsy Shop
These are some coasters I have made using vintage fabrics.


Yesterday we went blackberry picking. We didn't pick enough for jam but we did pick enough for these
Blackberry muffins, very tasty with a cup of coffee!

This week I've got lots more sewing to do and I've started on my autumn knitting too!Ill tell you more about the knitting and my bargain wool later in the week!

Have a great week ladies!

Rachel x

6 comments:

Emma Kate said...

Those muffins look delicious. I really must get baking this week. Can't wait to hear about your knitting and bargain wool always makes my ears prick up. xx

Madelief said...

You muffins look great. Love the fabrics you found in the charity shop!

groetjes Madelief

Heidi said...

That skirt is cute....and the muffin! Yummy

Serenata said...

Yummy muffin! I've thinking about my winter knitting as well...certainly the time.

VintageVicki said...

I made blueberry muffins the other day - they didn't last long - boys loved them :)

The Little Vintage Company said...

Lovely pictures! Looking forward to hearing about your knitting.. I do love knitting!
Tamzin X

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