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Published on October 4th, 2013 | by Serena

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Pay us a visit at the ‘Ally Pally’ Knitting & Stitching show…

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…And make sure you enter our fantastic prize draw!

Loveknitting has come a long way since the last Knitting & Stitching show at Alexandra Palace! This time last year, we had been open for just a few months, and we paid a visit to the show to learn more about the wonderful world of textile crafts, which we were very much still discovering! since then, of course, our little shop has soared to new heights, building a huge range of wonderful products, and a fanbase of very happy customers! We’re so grown up now, that this year we will be at Alexandra Palace again – as exhibitors. So if you’re coming along, drop in and pay us a visit!

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What about the prize draw?

Oh yes: sorry, got a bit carried away there thinking about the show. Well. The prizes are secret just now – to be revealed at the show – which is a pretty difficult secret to keep because they are AMAZING! We have a truly spectacular top prize up for grabs from Arena travel – who have offered a wonderful runner-up prize too – and some fantastic goodies from our best-loved knitting brands.

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But I can’t make it to the show!

Don’t worry; you will have an opportunity to enter the prize draw later. But come if you can: the Knitting & Stitching show is one of Britain’s most popular shows for knitters, and we’ll all have a blast!

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About the Author

Serena loves sunshine, strawberries and Great Danes. She has gone from non-knitter to yarn obsessive in under two years, and is determined to drag the rest of the world along with her.


Last updated: December 6th, 2013.

2 Responses to Pay us a visit at the ‘Ally Pally’ Knitting & Stitching show…

  1. Carolyn says:

    Which stand are you on? I’m bringing a group from our crFt/knitting club and we’d love to visit you.

  2. Odette says:

    See you Friday! Can’t wait to see how London compares to Harrogate, where I have been three times so far. And why weren’t you at Yarndale? You missed an opportunity there! Check out ‘attic 24’ blog for more details. Long life creativity 🙂

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