Yarn, Yorkshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

Sunday Sevens!

We began the week with a trip to Harrogate. In particular here.

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Now I really really wanted to go here as I knew they stocked some fabric which I NEEDED. Oh my what a wonderful shop, absolutely stocked to the rafters on two floors with so much lovely, lovely fabric.

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Michael Miller Dawn fairies fabric. I am going to try to make a dress for Miss F next year. But I also needed this fabric.

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Which will be something for Ms J, maybe for Christmas if I get my skates on. Details of the shop here They do mail order but I wanted to see the fabric for myself before buying. It is good quality. And if that wasn’t enough opposite this shop was a wool shop and just up the street a sewing machine shop, and two tearooms, and street parking. Bliss!

And so to Saturday when we had to go to York, I didn’t have long here, but there was time to go the Viking Loom, a favourite sewing shop, where I picked up a couple of Christmas presents and some bits and bobs, as you do. But a bit of time to take some pictures to share.

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One of the city gates, known as Bars in York.

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York Minster.

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And most apt for this week the site where

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Guy Fawkes was born. For readers not in the UK, we celebrate Guy Fawkes day on 5 November,which was the day the Plot to blow up Parliament and the King was thwarted.

Linking with Natalie for Sunday Sevens


Comments on: "Sunday Sevens!" (28)

  1. […] them!  The Transport for London inspired material came into my possession after reading  Nana Cathy’s blog post about The Remnant House (a great fabric shop in York). I had a look at their website and […]

  2. […] patchwork quilt for a young man in my life as well as fabric for other projects and on reading a Sunday sevens post from fellow blogger Nana Cathy some weeks ago about her trip to a wonderful looking fabric […]

  3. We have visited Harrogate a couple of times and the Autumn show. Both were very enjoyable visits.

  4. My in-laws live in Harrogate. Finally, a good reason for visiting them πŸ˜‰

  5. What a wonderful street to find shops with all the fun, crafty stuff! Love the fairy fabric and the Walking Dead fabric is awesome!

  6. I love York but have never been to Harrogate – must add it to the list, thanks for a great post!

  7. It sounds like you could spend most of a day on that one street in Harrogate. What fun!

  8. Harrogate sounds like a great place to be if you like sewing! Love the Walking Dead fabric and you’ve actually given me a Christmas idea πŸ™‚

  9. Oh what a glorious day, what with fabric, wool and tea! Love these photos.

  10. Ooh that fabric shop looks wonderful! πŸ™‚

  11. I love Harrogate! York always seems too busy. Mind I haven’t been to either for years 😦

  12. I’ve always loved York, but never been to Harrogate. I’m now very, very tempted to visit πŸ™‚

  13. Fabric, wool and sewing in one street – sounds like heaven! πŸ™‚

  14. Thank you for sharing Cathy. I felt like I was there with you. Hugs, Tamara

  15. I’ve never been to Harrogate or York and really should make the effort to get up there as I know they are beautiful cities. The Remnant House look great and I shall hop over to the website right now:)

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