the chandelier in the reception area, it hasn't lost it's appeal.
KnitLoveClub, we met up with her at All The Fun of the Fair near Carnaby Street, it's a pretty little yarn shop and as Thursday night was Knit Night we stayed and had some food and knitted and chatted with more friends, it was such a lovely day and perfect evening but by now my hips were aching and my ankles were feeling a bit worse for wear...oh and I bought some more yarn...as a memento lol
I had intended to go and see the Grace Kelly Exhibition whilst the others were looking at the quilts, unfortunately it was fully booked for the day so I saw the quilts instead. I have until September to see it, and if I do get to London again I think I'll book my ticket in advance! There were some amazing stories to be told in there, especially from the Girl Guides that were POW's during the second world war...and the inmates from Wandsworth Prison had a powerful message to get across, I came away with a vision of tattoed men sat on their bunks doing their stitching. Hope they carry on with the creativity, it seems to have worked wonders for their emotions...