The Knitting & Stitching Show at the Alexandra Palace in London will open one’s doors very soon.
“Alex palace1” by Oliver Spalt – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.
Due to public demand this time the Knitting & Stitching Show at the AllyPally will last 5 days and will therefore start already on Wednesday, October 8th and will last until Sunday, October 12th.
As you all know the Knitting & Stitching Show at the Alexandra Palace is the largest and most highly regarded textiles and craft event in the UK. It is the perfect place to find inspiration, shop for all your essential supplies and learn new skills.
This time there are more than 220 classes and the Knitting & Stitching Show is introducing 3-hours and full day workshops.
For the Learning Curve Workshops look here.
The Prima Make and Take Theatre Workshops can be found here.
And there will be a programme of lectures from leading experts including Sandy Black, Debbie Bliss, Jan Beaney and Jean Littlejohn, taking about what inspires them and how they evolve this inspirations to their final design. To download the full timetable of Lectures you may look here.
New this time is also the ‘Stitch-by-Stitch’ feature. This feature brings together the UK’s leading experts in knitting, crochet and beadwork, embroidery, sewing and weaving. There will be interactive demonstrations to inspire and educate crafters. Different free-to-attend demonstration areas will encourage you to look at experts at work, ask questions and have a go themselves.
Coats Crafts UK will again present a daily Fashion Show in Alexandra Palace, featuring garments from the current Rowan Magazine. For my personal TOP TEN of this magazine you may look here. But you will also have a look at the designs dedicated to the new yarns for this season: Fazed Tweed (Marie Wallin), Brushed Fleece (Martin Storey) and Big Wool Colour (Lisa Richardson)!
Patons will introduce the Merino Extrafine family of yarns, featuring classic knits. 45 stunning shades are available in four different yarn weights (4ply, DK, Aran, Big).
The newest, long awaited designs of Kim Hargreaves will also be on the catwalk.
The Knitting & Stitching Show Exhibitor List is constantly growing, search here for your favorite brand and discover new a new one.
You see, there are many reasons to schedule a visit at this years Knitting & Stitching Show at the Alexandra Palace.
The Knitting & Stitching Show opening times:
|Wed 8th||10:00am – 5.30pm|
|Thu 9th||10:00am – 7.00pm|
|Fri 10th||10:00am – 5.30pm|
|Sat 11th||10:00am – 5.30pm|
|Sun 12th||10:00am – 5.00pm|
For more information and for booking tickets visit the homepage of The Knitting & Stitching Show!
OK, Ladies and Gentlemen sit down and stay calm lovely Stephanie Capps, Marketing Executive of Twistedthread is offering the readers of my blog the chance to win one of 5 pairs of tickets for this years Knitting & Stitching Show at the AllyPally!
Please note before entering!
These tickets are valid only all day on Wednesday 8th October, Thursday 9th October 3-7pm and all day Sunday 12th!
What do you have to do to enter this competition?
You have to email email@example.com and quote K&S Tickets from Knitting Konrad along with your full name, email and postal address!
Stephanie will then choose the winners, notify the winners by email and send them their tickets directly! How does that sound?
Well this competition will run from now on until Friday 3rd October 12 ‘o clock at noon (BST = British Summer Time)!
Good luck to all of you and a lot of fun at the Knitting & Stitching Show!
5 thoughts on “The Knitting & Stitching Show at the Alexandra Palace”
I love the ecru crocheting in fine cotton Do you have any more information about it?
Yes, Hazel, it is really lovely. Here is the link I got it from. Have a nice day!
This sounds so exciting and fascinating. Wish I was in the area, but there is an ocean to cross. Will you attend? If yes, can’t wait to get your review.
Unfortunately I will not attend the show. I had to cancel my preparations to got to London, due to personal reasons about 3 weeks ago. Well, next time. But I know two lovely ladies iamsnowfox.wordpress.com (Anja) and nottinghamknitter.co.uk/blog/ (Sarah) which will attend and they will write a post for sure.
Sorry about your having to cancel, and thanks for the link.
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