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What’s On October?

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29 Sep 2017
What’s On October?

Your go-to guide to knitted events this October!

Events this month:
3 Bags Full Wool Market
When: 6th October
Where: Liskeard
After the huge success of last year’s event, the famous wool market is back once again! With new, exciting demonstrations and even more stalls than ever to pick up your craft supplies this is definitely a must-visit if you want to boost your stash for your festive knitting!
Host website: www.3bagsfull.org

Wool Week
When: 7th-22nd October
Where: Everywhere!
Now in its eighth year, The Campaign for Wool’s annual Wool Week is going above and beyond to create the best events ever. With an extended programme of exhibitions and interactive consumer activities with an exciting line-up of activities and initiatives to educate, inspire and promote the benefits of wool.
Host website: www.campaignforwool.com

The Knitting and Stitching Show
When: 11th-15th October
Where: London
Perfect for anyone who loves textile based craft, the autumn show at the iconic Alexandra Palace is the biggest textile event in the UK. With hundreds of workshops, demonstrations, interactive features, professionally curated galleries, as well as 300 exhibitors selling specialist craft supplies. Spend a day re-stocking your yarn stash, learning to knit, mastering the art of tailoring and more. We’ll be there too so pop along and say hello!
Host website: www.theknittingandstitchingshow.com

Craft In Focus
When: 20th-22nd October
Where: Sevenoaks
Placed above all other shows of its kind in the UK, Craft In Focus is an exciting alternative shopping experience filled with British made products by talented craftsmen. Selecting only the most professional designers, artists and craftsmen for their innovation in contemporary design, you’ll be able to purchase from a stunning treasure trove of original and affordable designs.
Host website: www.craftinfocus.com

Stitching Sewing and Hobbycrafts
When: 26th -29th October
Where: Glasgow
Discover all the ideas, inspiration and supplies you could ever dream of! Knitters, stitchers, hobbyists and crafters will be in their element with endless supplies, innovations, new product launches, demonstrations and workshops designed to encourage and inspire your creativity – there’s no better place to stock up and revel in creative craft inspiration!
Host website: www.stitchandhobby.co.uk

 

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29 Sep 2017

What’s On October?

What’s On October?

Your go-to guide to knitted events this October!

Events this month:
3 Bags Full Wool Market
When: 6th October
Where: Liskeard
After the huge success of last year’s event, the famous wool market is back once again! With new, exciting demonstrations and even more stalls than ever to pick up your craft supplies this is definitely a must-visit if you want to boost your stash for your festive knitting!
Host website: www.3bagsfull.org

Wool Week
When: 7th-22nd October
Where: Everywhere!
Now in its eighth year, The Campaign for Wool’s annual Wool Week is going above and beyond to create the best events ever. With an extended programme of exhibitions and interactive consumer activities with an exciting line-up of activities and initiatives to educate, inspire and promote the benefits of wool.
Host website: www.campaignforwool.com

The Knitting and Stitching Show
When: 11th-15th October
Where: London
Perfect for anyone who loves textile based craft, the autumn show at the iconic Alexandra Palace is the biggest textile event in the UK. With hundreds of workshops, demonstrations, interactive features, professionally curated galleries, as well as 300 exhibitors selling specialist craft supplies. Spend a day re-stocking your yarn stash, learning to knit, mastering the art of tailoring and more. We’ll be there too so pop along and say hello!
Host website: www.theknittingandstitchingshow.com

Craft In Focus
When: 20th-22nd October
Where: Sevenoaks
Placed above all other shows of its kind in the UK, Craft In Focus is an exciting alternative shopping experience filled with British made products by talented craftsmen. Selecting only the most professional designers, artists and craftsmen for their innovation in contemporary design, you’ll be able to purchase from a stunning treasure trove of original and affordable designs.
Host website: www.craftinfocus.com

Stitching Sewing and Hobbycrafts
When: 26th -29th October
Where: Glasgow
Discover all the ideas, inspiration and supplies you could ever dream of! Knitters, stitchers, hobbyists and crafters will be in their element with endless supplies, innovations, new product launches, demonstrations and workshops designed to encourage and inspire your creativity – there’s no better place to stock up and revel in creative craft inspiration!
Host website: www.stitchandhobby.co.uk

 

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