A couple of weekends ago I made my way down the long length of the M6 to go to a book launch. You might remember reading about Dave The Seagull's adventures HERE.
The book launch was at Toft Farm in Rugby, Warwickshire.
You can visit the farm and shop, and lovely tea-room - more details HERE.
The shop is glorious, with wool and woolly related stuff everywhere.
Alpaca fleece teddy bears adorn the walls, along side scarves, buttons, tools, patterns and of course, loads of Edward's Menagerie animals.
.... and the birds :) Of course, the birds.
Graciously signing my book for me :)
So, we sat down and listened to Kerry do some little talks on crochet tips, sewing up tips, and other tips to make your bird's all lovely. We could also sit and crochet a little ice-cream cone while we listened, which was great fun.
And as a special thank you for attending, we got a crochet Sparrow pattern, which is so cute!
Of course, it would have been most rude not to have tried the tea-room. But it took me a long time to choose a cake as they all sounded so delicious. In the end, the Bakewell Tart won - and what a good choice it was. :)
Then it was off for a tour around the farm to meet the Alpacas.
What cute little creatures they are. So fluffy and doe-eyed.
....and just look at the baby! Can you get much cuter than that?
After the tour, which took about an hour, it was back to the farm shop to toast the new book and enjoy a glass of bubbles.
If you would like to read the review I did for the book you can find it HERE.
The next open day to be held at Toft farm is Saturday 19th December. I would fully recommend that you pop yourself along as it will be great fun. You can find more out about it by visiting their website.