Stitch Fest


Event Date:

From 2nd November

Until 3rd November


Overview

The southwest’s biggest yarn festival is back for its 4th fabulous year on 2nd & 3rd November 2019 at the Civic Hall & The Grove School, Totnes.

Stitch Fest 2019 will showcase some of the best independent makers, dyers, spinners and designers in the UK yarn industry along with an AMAZING workshop timetable.

New this year is the Makers Hall. This hall on the Grove School site next to the Grove Hall marketplace, is dedicated to the handmade! This will be a haven of original work by some of the UK’s most passionate and exciting crafters.

Also new for 2019 is a timetable of demos and make-and-takes along with the regular, exciting workshop timetable.

Come and join us for a fun weekend of workshops, talks and yarn-related happiness – and stock up on some really gorgeous yarns, fibre and accessories to take home!

Workshop timetable & tickets are now on sale – day tickets £5 or weekend tickets £8.

During the show, there will be a free park and ride service run by Bob the Bus (yellow minibus) between the KEVICC School site on Ashburton Road and both show venues.


Location


12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Stitch Fest Civic Hall
High Street
Totnes
TQ9 5SQ
Stitch Fest hello@stitchfest.co.uk

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