It was tiny, but had lots of character.
We had days out exploring Ely cathedral.....
Spent lots of time pretending to be 'The Railway Children' (watched the DVD while we were there)
Made our own cafe in the back garden having baked pink princess fairy cakes.
The only thing missing was any opportunity to sew. However I read two good novels, and can recommend 'The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry' by Rachel Joyce and 'Trespass' by Rose Tremaine.
I can't remember if I got chance before we went away to blog about this little swimming rucksack I made for Hope? She needed something to sew her swimming badges on, and she chose the floral fabrics herself from my scraps. It's a straight forward tutorial that I would really recommend.
I got back to two fab parcels - which was lovely.
The first was a PIF from the lovely Lynz..... a beautiful sewing wallet
And check out those cute cute pins..... I love it and will start using it straight away - big thanks
And then Sarah kindly sent me some yellow and black fabric as I don't have any for the stash bee which needs yellow and black for the gothic windows this month. Thanks very much (I have had a practice at this block on some old scraps I already had - but the result is a travesty and will NOT be shown here!!!) So I am looking forward to having a spotty go!