The 2013 Stitch and Craft Show London event has been taking place since Thursday 14th March and will run until Sunday 17th March 2013 at Olympia 2, bringing out the knitter in all of us. Whether you get your kicks from macramé or patchwork, card making or crocheting, quilting or paper folding, there is most certainly something to excite you here.
This year’s exciting events focus more on the stitching and less on the paper craft. This show is bound to be extremely popular as the capital is filled with many fans of the creative crafts. With all kinds of different crafts up for grabs, workshops and How To sessions, this is the place for serious craft fans and those who fancy a go in the world of knitting, beading or stamping.
From beginners to experienced crafters or even those on the lookout for a new hobby can all take part in the workshops and demonstrations, which will teach you a new skill or perfect your existing ones. Learn more about the world of knitting or patchwork under the guidance of crafts superstars. Previous years have seen Dawn Bibby, Jane Crawfoot and Mr X Stitch all attend the show, and you can expect more from the world of craft again for 2013.
For those who have half knitted jumpers hidden in their cupboards or a tapestry lying unfinished under their beds, the Stitch and Craft Show London has the answer as you have the chance to get to grips with a load of different crafts in a short space of time in the handy demonstrations, or simply get a crafting fix with a more in-depth workshop session, where you can learn new techniques and skills from the crafters on hand.
If you are more interested in being a competitive crafter or if you are someone looking for new inspiration, there are several craft based competitions taking place at the Stitch and Craft Show London exhibition this year. The main event however, is the Knitted Spring Flowers competition, where you can enter your best knitted or crocheted spring themed creations for display at the show.