Knitting 172 Giveaways


We have two giveaways for you this month!


Get ready for some capital knitting…

London’s biggest knitting show is just around the corner – and we have five pairs of tickets to give away.

The Knitting & Stitching Show takes place at London’s Alexandra Palace from October 11-15, and highlights this year include Units of Possibility – The Reknit Revolution, an exhibition in which knitting designer and maker Amy Twigger Holroyd shares an array of inventive techniques to rework garments in our wardrobes and Precious Memories by Jo Beattie – a reflection on memories of people, objects and places drawn on a sewing machine with mixed media. There will also be the usual knitting, sewing and accessories stalls.

To win a pair of tickets valid any day except Saturday or Thursday before 3pm, visit our competitions page at Deadline: September 20. Get £2.50 off full-price tickets and £1 off concessions by quoting KMAG17 when booking. Find out more at


New show for Nottingham…

A brand new yarn and design show is to launch in Nottingham on November 11-12, and we have five pairs of weekend tickets to give away.

The show takes place at Nottingham Trent University, and has already signed up top international designers including Marie Greene of OliveKnits from the Pacific North West of the USA, and Germany’s Verena Cohrs and Hanna Lisa Haferkamp – the duo behind Making Stories, a collaborative project focused on sustainable natural yarn from Europe and beautiful design.

Exhibitors already lined up for the event include designers Sarah Hazell and Marie Wallin, along with a  whole range of delectable yarn and accessories businesses including Lyn Roberts Design, Midwinter Yarns and Triskelion.

Find out more at

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  • Date 23 August 2017
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  1. Marie Baldwin
    20 September 2017 at 10:34 am · Reply

    Would just love to meet some of the designers who have inspired me to learn a variety of different knitting stitches / techniques and how they can transform a garment .

    Marie Baldwin (Tamworth]

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