This is not a real blog post.
Just popping in to make an announcement.
A few months ago I bought a return rail ticket to London for the Knitting and Stitching Show with a friend, so on Friday we will be making a very early start for our big day out.
(Think Country Mice)
I've never been to Alexandra Palace before and I don't know how feasible it is to arrange meetings , or where would be a good place, but it would be lovely to meet you if you are going to be there on Friday. I think the afternoon would be better than morning, or perhaps lunchtime if there is such a place as where ones own comestibles may be ...comested(?)
Perhaps those of you who know it better will be able to advise.
I would also like advice about a nice place to eat between there and Euston in the evening, Our train leaves at 8.30 pm so we have 3 hours to dine and travel and its Friday....
When I say 'nice' I mean reasonably inexpensive, quick but not 'fast' and a bit more interesting than we get at home.
I am not averse to a chain such as Carluccio's or is there one called something to do with kebabs? Shish or something? I'm willing to try anythings except eels...
Thank you thank you thank you thank you everyone who sent me lovely messages during my break.
The support and good wishes I've had really mean a lot to me. I feel I have dear friends and confidantes all over the world.
I may well be back to my blog shortly.
I don't think I'll be able to resist a review of the K&S if all goes well.
I'll leave you with a picture of an experimental 'Woodland' cuff, which I made at a particularly trembly and emotional moment from the last week and which is, as I type , winging its way to its new home after a very brief appearance on ETSY.
(Thank you fp)