The Stitch Festival


The Stitch Festival

The Stitch Festival


✨ Competition ✨


Hands up who wants free tickets to The Stitch Festival? The ultimate textile craft lover’s day out is back this year and we’ve got 5 pairs of tickets to giveaway – valid any one day of the show!

The show takes place at the Business Design Centre, Islington from 3rd– 6th March 2022 with a line-up of top UK tutors and stitch VIPs sharing their skills and secrets in a packed programme of nearly 250 workshops and daily sessions on the Festival’s Stitch Stage. BBC Great British Sewing Bee judge Esme Young and contestants Lawratu Patton and Mark Francis joining dressmaking gurus, pattern designers, embroidery experts, quilters, knitters, crocheters, cross-stitchers and sewists to make it the ultimate day out!

Deadline: February 7th 2022.

Find out more about the festival here:


Terms & Conditions

The prize: 5 winners with the correct answer will be selected at random, each winner wins a pair of tickets for The Stitch Festival (3rd – 6th March 2022, Business Design Centre, London) which are valid any one day of the show. Entry is from 11am on any one day. By entering the competition, you agree that if you win, your names and email addresses will be shared with the organisers of The Stitch Festival in order to send them ticket registration information. The organisers will not be issuing paper tickets. Winners will be emailed a link to register online with a unique code for one pair of tickets. Winners will then need to register online, enter their codes and they will receive e-tickets by email. Visitor safety is paramount and Immediate Live’s Covid commitment is available to view at Competition closes 07.02.2022 8am. Travel and transport not included. Only one entry per person. Find out more about the festival here:

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  • Date 28 January 2022
  • Tags Competitions, News
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