And last but not least – after all the photos from day #1, day #2 and day #3 – you will following find my favorite photos of day #4 of my recent trip to Barcelona.
Also on my fourth and last day in Barcelona I did a lot of sightseeing. I was very busy and added even more photos to the memory card of my camera.
Retrospective I can say that 4 days are nowhere near enough to see all the great things this awesome city has to offer. And to try all this delicious tapas!
Barcelona is definitely worth a visit and here are some new photos for you – enjoy!
Recently I already posted the photos of day #1 and day #2 of my trip to Barcelona. And today I have even more photos for you from day #3.
It took some time to go through all the photos which I took during this day. But finally I managed to put together another selection of my favorite photos for you – enjoy!
At the moment I am on a medieval photo safari in the museums of Vienna…
…I was so excited about the quality of the photos which my new Sony Alpha dslr takes that I decided to “re-take” some photos of my favorite pieces on display at the local museums.
Yesterday I already spent about 3.5hours at the treasury and after a first look through my new photos I have to say: all this awesome details! I want more! I am definitely going back today to take more photos! *lol*
*gosch* I really can’t believe it. I already took about 1300 photos during my very first day in Barcelona and thought that this is a really large number. Well, this was until I started to go through the photos of day #2….
…it seems that I took even more photos during my second day in Barcelona. More than 2000 photos – *gosch* – how did I manage this? *lol*
I am happy to say that I successfully accomplished my “Mission Medieval Barcelona”.
I had 4 wonderful days in Barcelona - I visited many museums, tasted several Tapas, Sangria,… and I took many many photos… Though I stayed out of the sun as much as possible, I brought with me a slight sunburn at my shoulders and neck. And what shall I say about my poor feet – even after some rest they still hurt like hell… *lol*
I am such a happy girl and I still can’t believe it. For the next days I will be away from the computer because I am going to Barcelona! Viva Espana! *happydance*
…and my motto is again: “Mission Medieval Barcelona”!
But I promise that I will also take a look at the “modern” stuff and that I will take many-many-manyyyy photos.
The final result of my second project for
“Craft with Racaire” – Fast and easy pouch tutorial
Welcome to my fast and easy pouch tutorial. This detailed step by step tutorial shows how I make my hand sewn fast and easy pouch by using several medieval techniques.
The fast and easy pouch tutorial includes special practical information concerning hand sewing techniques as well as a step by step photo tutorial for tassels.
Following you will find a short list of all detailed step by step photo tutorials and in-depth postings for this hand sewn fast and easy pouch tutorial available for the Premium users of my blog. Enjoy!
I am very excited! After all the detailed photo tutorials for this project, we finally reached the very last step of the fast and easy pouch tutorial.
…and yes, also this posting is again about tassels. They are (and will always be) one of my favorite medieval embellishments – especially when it comes to embroidered pouches.
How I made the tassels for the bottom of the pouch was already the topic of the last posting. In the following photo tutorial you can read about the handling of the drawstrings for this pouch. In addition you will also see how I attached the tassel securely to the drawstring.
Todays motto is:
“Pouch drawstring & how to attach a tassel to the drawstring”