If you’re in the London area, join me and Stitch London on June 21st for a super-fun Tiny Perching Pigeon Party!
I’m visiting the UK for the first time this month, and pigeons seemed like the perfect thing for me to bring from one city with a love/hate relationship with these little guys (New York) to another. I originally came up with the Tiny Perching Pigeons especially for this trip, so I hope to see lots of pigeon-makers there!
We’ll meet up in St. James’ Park (On the grass by the café called ‘Inn the Park’) at 6 pm, then after knitting some pigeons we’ll head over to Trafalgar Square for a crazy-cute photo op with our friendly flock. Bring your pigeons ready-made (find the pattern here) or make one with us! See more info on the Stitch London blog.
By the way, as this is my first time to London, I would love to get your suggestions of stuff to do and see while I’m there! The big landmarks are already on my list, but if you have a cool shop, neighborhood, or restaurant to recommend, I’m all ears.
I’m looking forward to seeing all you Brit knitters on the 21st!
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Awesome! Have a great time!!!
Here’s some of my very favorite things to do in London:
-Walk by the riverside from the Charing Cross Bridge (on the south side in front of the Royal Festival Hall) to the Design Museum. You’ll get to see all kinds of people and buildings (including the Shakespeare Globe and Tate Modern!)
-Primrose Hill, a beautiful little park with one of the best views in London (nearby there’s an amazing Greek Restaurant called Lemonia) -Camden Town market (madder on the weekend but, also better)
-Victoria and Albert museum, my very favorite, each time I go there I find something new. Be sure to find the restaurant, the three rooms are works of art in their own right (also it was the very first museum restaurant in the world!!)
Hope this help! If you need anymore let me know :)
P.S: I might see you on the 21st!
there’s also the london eye you could go on, visit the tower of london, go to the london dungeon (i’ve been there, it’s really fun), errrrr, you could also go to oxford street for a bit of shopping, my two fave museums are the natural history musuem and the british museum.
hope this helps :)
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