And just like that, in the blink of an eye, here we are at the end of the holidays and at the start of the year. Over this last week I’ve slipped comfortably into a routine of staying up later and waking later, around 8am, which feels fairly luxurious because a) it’s 2 hours later than I normally get up for work and b) it’s almost daylight.
The final week of 2015 still seemed fairly busy, but with definitely more time for me. I sewed up a Cynthia Rowley dress I had had cut out for weeks, plus made a Megan dress in an evening that I am pretty pleased with. I’ll be blogging both when I’ve got more photos.
Sunday Sevens is a weekly blogging series to round up your week in seven(ish) photos. It’s a great prompt to keep you blogging even when life gets busy. If you’ve resolved to write more this year, visit Nat’s blog for full details of how you can join in.
3. I spent a day with my mum in…Doncaster! My mum is from Doncaster and it’s a long time since I have been into the centre with her. Although most of the market was closed, I managed to find a nice knit and stitch shop where I bought some buttons. The photo was taken in the corn exchange, which I didn’t know existed!
6. I sorted through my Christmas gifts and this is one of my favourites ~ a beautiful decoration from Nat and her recent trip to the Smoky Mountains. Just gorgeous.