We spent a couple of days in London catching up with family and friends, stocking up on supplies, and visiting the Bauhaus exhibition at the Barbican. After a week of quite autumnal weather, we were treated to a rare bit of sun for the last few days....although it has been terribly windy!! I had never been on the high walk, and was amazed to find the Londinium roman wall, views of St Paul's, the Shard, and lily pads glistening in the sun. We had lunch outside on the terrace too....
We really enjoyed the exhibition, and I love the Barbican as an exhibition space. No dead ends and snarl up points like some of the others in London.
The weather has been awful so far this summer, but today the sun is shining, so I'm hemming this little ladies dress outside in the garden. The bees are having a wonderful time buzzing around my Foxgloves, and Pansies, it's a lovely way to spend the morning.
She's 10.5" tall, and paperclay and cloth. Made using Dixie Redmond's Izannah Walker workshop pattern.