Tuesday, 10 March 2009

Stitch and Creative Craft Show

I took my rascal to the Stitch and Creative Craft Show at London Excel on the 28th last month. The venue is smaller compared to the Knitting and Stitching Show, at Alexander Palace which is a good thing, because I could take my rascal there and still be able to see everything. My rascal tried silk painting and thoroughly enjoyed it, here is a photo, I must frame the painting.

[Half way through the painting]

There wasn't much in terms of knitting and sewing there, but I'm planning on going to the one in London Olympia this month [if my daughter is ok] which promises two floors of crafting, one for sewing and the other for knitting. Yay!! Looking forward to that... let me know if anyone is interested in going, it would be nice to meet some fellow bloggers there.
On the cardigan front...not much happening but I've started another hat....Hee! Hee! Hee!
Here is a photo of some seriously delicious [I can't remember what these are called...choux...something] made by Gracie (it was so yummy that I secretly ate 3....Hee! Hee! Hee!)

[My daughter helped with the chocolate topping and the cream...]

4 comments:

Kyoko said...

That is so sweet that your daughter enjoyed silk painting!
I really would love to go to the exhibition, but I will let you know a bit later on as I must double check with my monthly budget.
I just cannot believe Grace made these sweet? Someone told me before that making choux are very difficult! Looks delicious!

Hannah said...

I had a go at silk painting once, it was great fun! :) The olympia one sounds exciting, its a bit far for me (most places are at the mo ;)) I hope you have a good time though, take lots of photos! :)

two hippos said...

great silk painting, looks like you both had fun. I thought I may go along to the Olympia show, I went last year with my daughter and we had a great time. Will let you know if I am defiantly going.

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

I love to go to craft fairs with my Mum and daughter too! Love the profiteroles - they look delicious!