The South West’s favourite Needle & Hobby Craft show returns to the Westpoint, Centre in Exeter, the show runs from Thursday 14th to Saturday 16th February 2019, doors opening 10am – 5pm every day.

Returning to the show will be Barnyarns, Art Van Go, Black Sheep Wools, Maggie Grey, Fantastic Ribbons, Jan Tillett, Jeff Rosenberg, Pinflair, The Art Shop Skipton and Stef Francis as well as over 180 specialist traders from around the UK.

There will be Guilds including West Country Embroiderers, Devon Lace, Quilling, Braiding and Millinery, Braid Society, Bicton College, Exeter College, International Felt Association, SW Embroiderers Guild and so many more.

“We are extremely proud of our line-up for the 2019 show” says Director Andrew Thorpe, “as well as a great exhibitors list, we have some fantastic new features, including a large programme of well over 70 daily workshops, demonstrations plus some fantastic displays.

Quilters will also be pleased to see a big range of quilt displays including exhibits from the Exeter Quilters and South West Quilters which will be shown all around the hall and foyers . In addition, new to this event, will be the South West Modern Quilt Guild and the UK Quilters United who will both be making their first appearance at the Exeter show. “We are so excited to have such an incredibly talented group of quilt groups at the show” says show Co-ordinator, Annie Hawksley.

If you would like to visit this amazing Craft Show, your will receive £2.00 off tickets if purchased in advance at www.craft4crafters.co.uk. This website will also list all Show Features, Exhibitors and provides a list of workshops that you can book.

With free car parking, cafes, restaurants, this Show is truly a ‘must see’ and a wonderful day out for everyone who attends.

As a special treat, the show organisers have given us 6 pairs of tickets to give away.  We are doing this a little differently this time, so pop over to the Facebook Page and answer the question poll, and on 1st February we will announce the six lucky winners.

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