The Bothered Owl

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Busy little bees June 4, 2010

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We’ve been a bit slow on the blogging front of late, sorry about that. Something to do with massive amounts of work…

Exciting stuff happening this week.  Alex popped into the Science Museum at the start of the week to drop off their second order and check on their stock levels. Stuff seems to be selling well – confirmed by the fact we just got a third order today!

And today I finished off the last items for my first ever wholesale knitting bag order! I am thrilled to bits about it and we’ll be dropping it off on Monday.

Tomorrow is Brockley Max, we’ll be up in the lovely park at Hilly Fields, roasting in the sun and having a great time. Lots of music, food, art, what more could you want?

Then Sunday, we’re off to the Horniman Museum for Forest Hill Day, another day jampacked with lots of good stuff.

Always glad to be doing stuff on our own patch, it’s nice to feel part of the community.

And since no post is complete without a little voyeurism, here is a sneak peak of some of the gorgeous hats I’ve whipped up this week.

The shop’ll be going on holiday over the weekend so if you’re in desperate need of a Lego fix or you really need a lovely new tote bag or sun hat, you’ll just have to mosey over to South London and come visit  us on the stall.


4 Responses to “Busy little bees”

  1. Minifelts Says:

    Good luck with Brockley Max. I used to live in Brockley for a couple of years, never got a chance to check out the festival though.

    I love the Horniman museum, it doesn’t seem as popular as the other bigger museums in London but it’s amazing 🙂

  2. Anna Ryan Says:


    We saw the lego in the Science Museum last Sunday and they looked fab!

    Love your hats! Good luck with the sale


    • the bothered owl Says:

      Hey Anna,

      Thanks! It was a really great day and everyone seemed to like the hats :->
      It’s still such a thrill telling people that they can buy our stuff in the Science Museum!


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