perfect saturday

The sun has finally come out here in London (for now) and I spent a fantastic Saturday afternoon this weekend with Woollystuff enjoying it.  The afternoon had all the elements of perfection:

A trip to Broadway Market, one of my absolute favourite markets in London (not that I’ve been to them all, but I’m working my way through the list!).  Every stall is fantastic, filled with local produce and hand crafted goodness – no sign of imported tat here.  After an initial mooch around the market, we sat in the park, scoffing yummy spinach borek, and working on our knitting.  I’ve just about finished the front of my vintage top, so hopefully photos won’t be too far away.

After lunch it was back to the market for dessert:

I bought the most delicious rum & raisin fudge from this stall.  It should come with a health warning, it was so delicious.  I’ll definitely be back for more.

We had a rummage through Fabrications, but I managed to come away without any additional purchases.  I was very excited to see however that they are now stocking the fabulous Hungry Girls’ Cookbook.  Melbourne handmade goods are taking over the world!

The afternoon then finished with a glass of white wine in the sunshine.  How often do such perfect Saturdays come along?

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One thought on “perfect saturday

  1. I was hoping for another sunny weekend, as I managed to convince knit night folks that playing cards & knitting in the sunshine is essential weekend fare, but looks like it’s going to be horrible & rainy instead!

    On the upside, it means I won’t be going anywhere near that dangerous fudge. Mine lasted a whole 24 hours…

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