Trafford Centre

Colin decided it was time he had a day off so yesterday we decided to go over to The Trafford Centre as we both needed clothes. Now, I have mentioned before that I hate clothes shopping so I wasn’t holding out much hope of coming home with anything to be honest but it turned out to be not too bad.

I think it helped that the place was virtually empty. The credit crunch was certainly evident, either that or no-one wanted to go out in case they caught swine flu! So at least I didn’t have to try to squeeze past people in narrow gaps between clothes displays, or queue for changing rooms. I didn’t actually try much on, and came home with a pair of trousers, a cardi and 3 tops (one of which is going back because it is too small). Add to that the 6 t-shirt type tops I got in M&S on Saturday and that’s me done for probably another 12 months!

While we were there I popped in to John Lewis as I needed a red button for my Serenity cardi – just the seaming and the collar to go now, should be done over the weekend – but as usual I didn’t really know what size to get. I got a selection and I ended up with these.

Wow some buttons can be expensive! The six matching ones weren’t too bad at 30p each but the other two! The larger one is glass I think, and was £1.30 for one! The other I think is also glass and that one was £1.45! Yikes. Good job i didn’t need 6 of each of those. So now I will choose which to use and keep the others for something else. I’m bound to make something else in red another time.

I had a quick look at the knitting yarns, specifically at more of the Debbie Bliss Pure Cotton that I am currently using for the cardi. I was shocked. I bought mine for £1.99 a ball in Stash, John Lewis were selling it for £2.90. Is that allowed? (Edit: Hmmm, just looked at Stash’s website and they have it for £2.90 too. Odd!)

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