Ever dreamed of running your own business teaching knitting and crafting classes? Knitting For All, in partnership with Rowan, are hosting an information area called The Knitter’s Cafe in The Great Hall. Drop by and see them to find out how a career teaching knitting can be a reality with a Knitting For All franchise.

Kerry Kimber, founder and director of Knitting For All, will be on hand to chat with you about your aspirations to become a knitting teacher to deliver classes in your local area. Knitting For All provides training, support, expertise and a wealth of resources to their franchisees, who operate successful and fulfilling businesses across the UK and Ireland.

If you want to join a knitting group, learn new crafting skills and meet new people Kerry and her team of Knitting For All franchisees can find out what classes, groups and events are happening in your local area. Knitting For All franchisees run knitting and crafting classes for all ages, including ‘Young People Knit’ for teens, ‘Knit Night & Day’ for adults and an award winning programme for children called ‘Kids Knit’.

 

The Knitters Cafe is sponsored by

Important Ticket Information – Covid-19

We’re looking forward to welcoming visitors The Knitting & Stitching Show in October for what promises to be a great event. That said, our number one priority is to ensure we protect the health and wellbeing of our visitors and exhibitors, and we will closely follow the government and their medical advisers’ recommendations to ensure we do this.

The show will go ahead, unless we’re advised or told to cancel or delay at the request of the UK Government, which we will then do without hesitation. If this is the case we will issue a refund for all tickets and workshops booked via See Tickets, (if you booked through a third party please contact them directly). We won’t take risks with your safety and we will do as the Government advises.