For any Covid-related queries please visit our Covid Commitment page.

The Show is open from 7th – 10th October 2021. Opening hours are as follows:
Thursday – 09:30am – 6:00pm
Friday – 09:30am – 6:00pm
Saturday – 09:30am – 6:00pm
Sunday – 09:30am – 5:00pm

The show takes place at Alexandra Palace, located in North London. The show can be reached by train, tube, bus, coach or car. Shuttle buses from Wood Green and Alexandra palace stations will be running, but on a reduced service (approximately 30 minutes between, depending on traffic). Click here for full details on how to get to the show.

We will operate under the guidance set by Public Health England after 19th July 2021 and in line with the industry’s All Secure Standard – a comprehensive set of guidelines for exhibitions and events. For enhanced safety and peace of mind we have added some additional measures and we ask everyone in attendance to adhere to our Covid Commitment.

All attendees must be prepared to show proof of either:

a) having had two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days before attending*

OR

b) a negative Lateral Flow Test result**, which can be taken at home or at a recognised centre free of charge, within 48 hours of the event.

These will be randomly checked to avoid congestion on entry. Your data will not be requested, you will simply need to show proof to a member of show staff.

Please visit our Covid Commitment page to read the full Covid commitment and guidelines.

Following recent events in London, Alexandra Palace are conducting a bag search policy. Please have your bags ready to be searched on arrival to the Palm Court Foyer. We appreciate your cooperation with this.

There are 1400 car park spaces available at Alexandra Palace, so if you prefer to avoid public transport there will be plenty of parking available for the restricted number of attendees

Due to new regulations imposed by the local council, it is no longer possible for blue badge holders to park at the front of the building. Instead, they are asked to park at the back of the venue, but we will have a small buggy to transport disabled visitors to the entrance. (Please note this vehicle ony takes a few passengers at a time and may mean a short wait. The alternative is a ‘flat’ 8 minute walk to the entrance). For more information on Disabled Access at the show, please click here.
Unfortunately, you are not able to hire a wheelchair at the show.

When accompanying somebody in the capacity of carer, your entry to the Show is free of charge. To request a carer ticket, get in touch via Theknittingandstitchingshow@seetickets.com with your name, order number and the reason for requesting a carer ticket.

Yes, guide dogs are welcome at the Show.

Price: £6.50 in advance (£4.00 on the door). Show Guides will be posted a week before the show

Yes, although we do not provide any child minding or crèche facilities. Under 5s do not require a ticket. Please follow this link for ticket price information. 

Catering facilities will be available at the show. Please check back for updated information.

There will be a cloakroom available. The cost is £2 per item.

There are ATM machines within Alexandra Palace, however they do charge.
Yes tickets are day specific.

You will receive your e-tickets and physical tickets will arrive 4 weeks before the show.

If you have not received your ticket you will still be able to gain access to the Show by bringing with you the booking reference number provided to you when you purchased your tickets and taking it to the Box Office as soon as you arrive at the Show.
We are sorry, but tickets are non-refundable.

The Knitting & Stitching Show will take place 6th – 9th October 2022.

We have unfortunately had to take the very difficult decision not to run The Knitting & Stitching Show in Dublin for the second year running. 

The challenges of bringing exhibitors and the organising team from the UK have currently proved too difficult to overcome with ongoing complexities presented by Covid-19. 

We will miss seeing the Irish knitting and stitching community this year, but very much hope to stage a show in Ireland again in the future.