Tuesday, May 19, 2009

London in pictures

I'm too tired to write something eloquent about my trip and fabric finds, so that will have to wait a bit. But here are some pictures in the meantime:

Neo-Edwardian fashion in Camden.

Tutti frutti houses. I'll take one in each flavor please.

Meeting up Melissa at Goldhawk road for a fun and successful day of fabric shopping.

Apparently sewing machines can have religious beliefs.

Dayglo shopping at Cyberdog.

A fabric print based on an x-ray photograph of crystals.
At Victoria and Albert museum.

Cracked asphalt and some leafs in Chelsea.

Rounding up the day with a bean salad and a glass of wine.

8 comments:

  1. yay! I'm glad the rest of the trip was as succesful as our morning! I only wish I'd seen that you were going to Shoreditch before we met up - I work there and could've talked your ear off on where to go.

    Oh, and could you send me a big copy of that photo of us by any chance? :)

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  2. Great photos! How nice that you got to meet Melissa.

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  3. These are such nice pictures. It sounds like you had a great trip :)

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  4. What great photos! Lucky you that you met the infamous Ms. Fehr Trade.

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  5. Great pics! glad you had fun!

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  6. Looks like a great time! And how fun for you to be able to get away by yourself for a bit. It can feel so good to do that. Now I can't wait to see the fabric you bought on Goldhawk Road...

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  7. What a great collection of photos! Esp. the wine. Haha! Sounds and looks like a great trip.

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  8. What a brilliant trip!
    I have to ask about the image of the Neo-Edwardian gear in Camden - don't suppose you recall which shop it was? Sorry, that's a terrible question to ask someone on vacation, I could never remember! But you never know...

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