Monday, 29 October 2012

Sew Inn & My Week

Tessuti Fabrics Sew Inn Class

Hi

I've had quite a creative week, but with little progress, but I can't complain! Here's what I've been doing:
  • Browsing through all the pattern books in Clegs
  • A little freelance work
  • Watching what I eat
  • Exercising every single day
  • Reading Frankie Magazine in the sun
  • Watching Neighbours
  • Taking advantage of the exclusive Etsy-moo.com free business card offer
  • Getting ready for my Sew Inn class at Tessuti Fabrics
  • Finding inspirational books at the local library
  • Reading lots of great blogs (like this one, this one, this one and this one!)
  • Instagramming
  • Pinterestting
On the weekend, I attending a beginners Sew Inn class at Tessuti Fabrics. I went in with the hope to complete two projects, and boy was I wrong. I only managed to complete about half of one. Reading patterns can be so hard when you have never done it before! Oh well, I've spent the better half of yesterday trying to finish it but no luck! Until next time......

What I did manage to do was to learn quite a lot and also picked up some great tips. I'll fill you in with my project once I'm finished.

x Kasey

Saturday, 20 October 2012

Español in Instagrams....

I know, I'm a little slow in updating my blog, but finally here are some of my photos of Spain.

From San Sebastian to Barcelona, this is the land of flamenco, siestas, bullfighting, and tapas. Devoted to living the good life, Spain is a country more diverse than I ever imagined.

It's Roman ruins, cathedrals and Islamic architecture, speak of a country where great civilisations of history have risen and fallen. It's also a culinary feast, with paella, tapas, jamon, and olives in abundance. But let's not forget the creative souls of Dali, Picasso and Gaudi. I was in an art lovers paradise! It doesn't get any more jaw-dropping than Barcelona's breathtaking church, La Sagrada Familia and Madrid's impressive golden art triangle.

Spain is a country the lives very much in the present, you can sense it along a crowded midnight street when all the world has come out to play. It was truly amazing!   

San SebastionSan Sebastion
The streets of San Sebastion giant statue of Jesus on a hill overlooking La Concha Bay.
Chocolate croissants in San Sebastian Museo Guggenheim Bilbao
Aqueduct of Segovia Mezquita, Cordoba
Mezquita, Cordoba Cordoba, Spain
Segovia Cordoba
Mezquita, Cordoba Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, Cordoba
Segovia Cordoba
Cordoba Jaen, Spain
Parador de Jaen, Spain
Limon y menta, Segovia Mezquita, Cordoba
Mezquita, Cordoba Mezquita, Cordoba
Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, Cordoba Church in Granada
Alcazar, Segovia
Sacromonte, Granada
Alcazar, Segovia
Granada, Spain
Gothic Quarter, Barcelona
Spanish Breakfast
Sacromontre, Granda
Granada
Alhambra, Granda
Spain
Sacromonte, Granada
Granda
Alhambra, Granda
Alhambra, Granda
Alhambra, Granda
La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
Mercat de la Boqueria, Barcelona
La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
Mercat de la Boqueria, Barcelona
Mercat de la Boqueria, Barcelona
Casa Batllo, Barcelona
Casa Batllo, Barcelona
Park Guell, Barcelona
Casa Batllo, Barcelona
Gothic Quarter, Barcelona
Gothic Quarter, Barcelona
Huerta district, Madrid
Love locks, Spain
Woman on the street in Barcelona, Spain
Teatre-Museu Dali, Figueres
Teatre-Museu Dali, Figueres
Teatre-Museu Dali, Figueres
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