Chelsea Market was the perfect location to grab a coffee and get the day started.
|Chelsea flower market|
Of course I had to visit my favourite kitchen store : Fishs Eddy and admire all the original kitchenware. You could spend hours in this store as it is jam packed with a variety of items.
|Politics are everywhere!|
|For the cat lovers|
|Dishes and more dishes|
We walked for miles.
|Early blossoms on the High Line|
There was a too short visit to Purl Soho. The window display was eye catching as usual.
Do you see that orange bag? I loved it but didn't end up buying it. It is The Fringe Association Field Bag and this colour was made especially for Purl Soho.
I didn't take pictures inside the store as my time there was very short and I was mesmerized by all the colours, yarn and possibilities. It's like I lose all coherent thought in that store, there are just so many things to look at.
I didn't end up buying much here as I knew I would be visiting two other yarn stores and wanted to save my money for future purchases.
We finished the day off with a dinner at Fabrick with my favourite lobster rolls:
|Yes, that is candied bacon you see!|
...and then a walk through Times Square.
It was a short but exhilarating stay in New York.
Stay tuned for my next stop: Washington D.C. with a review of a wonderful yarn shop I visited.