Saturday, 28 July 2007

Japanese Goodies

We went off to Kirribilli Markets this morning. We got off the train at Wynyard and walked across the bridge. It is a lovely day, but a little cold in the shade of the Harbour Bridge. By the time we got to the other side, James had stopped protesting about being in the backpack and was starting to get very comfortable - ready to fall asleep.

We had a look around and then stopped by Corrie's stall with her friends. Definitely the best stall there, and very popular too. James took a liking to one of the bags for sale there so we bought it, and he carried it around all morning.

I also picked up my Japanese goodies from Corrie. Take a look at her new shop Retro Mummy.

Pictured below are the books and fabric and cute apple cotton tape from Retro Mummy and the bag from Claudine - she had MANY lovely bags there...I could have bought a few.


And two of my favourite projects from one of the books.



And finally, another picture of James from last weekend at the Aroma festival at The Rocks in Sydney. We found the supplier of the best hot chocolate in Sydney - just like being in Italy! We ALL liked it. If anyone is in the area, come over for a cup!

6 comments:

Corrie said...

wow everything looks so beautiful and glad you came by and visited us! thank you so much! james looked adorable with his little bag over his body....claudine's bags were great and we 'll be back again as it was profitable for all of us

thank you again
Corrie:)

claudine said...

Thanks for visiting us at the stall, Belinda! Glad you like the bags, and it was lovely meeting you :)

Helen said...

Lots of yummy goodies Belinda!

Leah said...

Belinda! Who let James grow up so quickly?! I can't believe that photo - what a little man! He's gorgeous. And I adore your purchases...

ingrid said...

Sounds like a lovely day at the markets. Next time we should meet up and all go and visit Corrie together.

Kylie said...

Sounds like you had a lovely day - and great purchases. Humm, Have a thing for Hot Chocolate at the moment - might have to plan a trip to Sydney!