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The Spring Knitting & Stitching Show

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Julie Parmenter04/01/2019 15:49:08
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The Knitting & Stitching Shows are the UK’s biggest textile art, craft and design events.

The Spring show takes place at Olympia London from 28th Feb-3rd March 2019 and features: hundreds of workshops and demonstrations; gallery exhibitions by artists Ailish Henderson, Ariella Green, Catherine Kaufman, Luisa De Santi and the Quilters Guild; the Spring Sewing School with top tutors teaching full and half-day dressmaking and upcycling workshops; a Show Theatre featuring handmade fashion catwalks and live dressmaking competitions; The Fashion and Textile Museum 50 Years of Fabulous exhibition previewing its forthcoming exhibition celebrating iconic British designer Zandra Rhodes’ 50th anniversary; drop-in knitting and crochet lessons; advice clinics for a range of textile crafts; an Innovation Station showcasing the latest knit and stitch equipment; a Morsbag Bag4Life design competition to reduce plastic bag usage; the Enchanted Wood - an elaborate scene of knitted and crocheted magical creatures; a Sip & Stitch Prosecco Bar; The National Needlecraft Awards; and over 150 specialist retailers selling essential supplies.

Opening times:

Thursday 28th Feb 10:00am - 7.00pm

Friday 1st March 10:00am - 5.30pm

Saturday 2nd March 10:00 -5.30pm
Sunday 3rd March 10:00am-5:00pm


£14 Adult advance

£13 concessions

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