Behind the Scenes…June 7, 2017 / byTilly / Categories : Feeds
In February and March, we exhibited at three shows in quick succession - CHSI Stitches trade show in Birmingham, Knitting and Stitching retail show (ie. open to the public) in London and H+H trade show in Cologne. It's always so lovely to spend time talking to our customers face-to-face. Even though it's tiring planning, setting up, selling at and breaking down a show, I always feel energised afterwards, with fresh ideas and motivation. Here I am with the lovely Rumana (who you may recognise from the Sewing Bee) and Emily (wearing a kitty pocket Cleo dress - eep!).
And last but not least, over the last six months I've also been working on my greatest make to date - a little person! If you follow me on Instagram you may know that I have lost two babies before, so it's been a tough few months full of extreme anxiety. But now I'm in my third trimester the fear is beginning to ease and I'm hoping to meet my little boy in September :)
This photo was taken a couple of weeks ago on a mini babymoon to Venice. You know when people say Venice is overrated? It's not!!! It's the most beautiful city I've ever seen!
Thanks for letting me share what we've been up to. Now it's back to work!
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