- Portobello Hotel, Notting Hill – The awesome boutique hotel we called home for a week.
- Sherlock Holmes Museum – There’s not a lot on the website, but google it, there are pics! I can’t understate how amazing this was for a Holmes fan!
- My hubby’s Travel Blog – My husband, Eli, wrote about our trip every day we were there. ♥
I’d love to ONLY talk about our trip to England, but I have some housekeeping to do as well.
First of all, Craftsy relaunched on October 1. They’ve changed their entire structure, including how links are created. Among other things, the permalink to the Sewhooked pattern shop disappeared. I’ve emailed them for help and hope to have it sorted out soon. In the meantime, you can still find all of my patterns published through Craftsy, including My Favorite Things, by going to my Craftsy profile.
Secondly, Google has been doing some updates to Blogger. Fandom in Stitches is hosted on Blogger. I came home from vacation to a half-functioning FiS. (Do you, too, sense a post-vacation trend?) The menus disappeared, among other things. I’m working on it as quickly as I can, in the meantime, if you can’t find something, please let me know by emailing the Fandom in Stitches Admin address.
I’m happy to share that The Linus Connection website has been unaffected by all this craziness! Small favors, right?
October My Favorite Things – Needle & Thread
I was so excited in my video today, that I forgot to mention that the October BOM pattern went live on Friday. Thank you to everyone that’s already commented and shared photos of your blocks!
Starts tomorrow on Fandom in Stitches!
The September 2016 sewhooked.com participation prize is a digital copy of my pattern set, Mustachio! 12 Mustaches to Paper Piece. Just in time for Movember!
Want to sponsor a 2016 prize? Please drop me an email!
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Your comment on finding the a great Italian restaurant hit home with me from our trip to London. We had overnight stays in London at the start and end of a two week tour. The first night, we found a wonderful Italian restaurant within walking distance of our hotel. Based on our recommendation, about a third of the tour had dinner there on the last night of the tour. Great memory. Who would have thought you’d find great Italian restaurants in England!! It was much better than the fish and chips place we found for lunch. Go figure!
We had great Italian twice. And awesome fish & chips, too!
So glad you had a lovely time, I so love your toilet paper holder. Thanks for sharing.