Hildreth Street Market

Okay, apologies that I haven’t been round here much in the last while. A few things have kept me busy, namely a steady stream of visitors at the weekends (yay!), a gas leak, a throat infection, a very persistant mouse who will not get in the traps no matter how many I put down.

Also, I started a patchwork course about a month ago. I’d never used a sewing machine before starting this course but now I’m happily whirring away, making a complete mess! My aim is to make a small quilt by Christmas. I will definitely get the camera out a bit more in the next few weeks though, and I’ll take some pictures of patchwork once I produce something that’s not cringeworthy.

I took the pictures above with my camera phone on Sunday. My local part of London has a street market once a month and has a fantastic array of organic vegetables, artisan breads and delicious desserts.

I used a template from the lovely Pugly Pixel for this post, she’s put together a very pretty series of templates available for fairly general use!

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  1. Hi Susan Good to see another irish celt in Balham! You’ve got to go to new Farmers Market (good fish stall too) if you like Hildreth St Market. Like your photographs – great little collection of cameras you have there.

    psst. No 3. The mashed potatoes? The secret is a potato ricer! I don’t always bother to use one but when you do (and of course use a ‘dry’ potato like Maris Piper, Desiree or Kind Edwards – which is the best) you’ll get perfect mash! Easy

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