There, I've said it, I Love The Works. It isn't often that I go in that shop and come out empty handed. They sell some wonderful books at such cheap prices.
I'd seen that a couple of people had recently bought the Making Luna Lapin book by Sarah Peel and I quite fancied a copy myself. Now I'm the first to admit that I can't sew, well, I say that I can't but it's something I've never really given a good go, so I'm going to try and if I can't do it I'm happy just looking through this lovely book. Not only does it show you how to sew Luna but it also has patterns for her clothes.
How cute is this little dress.
And if you're clever enough you can even make her an armchair.
This book should have been £15.99 but The Works were selling it for just £5.
Whilst I was there I noticed Pronto! by Gino D'Acampo, again hugely discounted from £16.99 to £5. I can't say I'm a fan of Gino's but there does look to be some delicious recipes in this book. The lamb cutlets coated with parma ham and parmesan was the first thing to catch my eye.
Or how about chicken breast in rosemary and orange sauce?
There's lots of other lovely Italian recipes which are quick to cook in this book, I'm looking forward to giving some of them a try.
Do you buy books from The Works? Have you picked up any gems?