I was thrilled to find out that Kirstie Allsopp’s successful handmade fair is now heading north (yipee), and to celebrate I have a pair of tickets to giveaway. The Handmade Christmas Fair will be taking place in central Manchester on Friday 20th – Sunday 22nd November. I am going to be there (with bells on), and so could you!
The Handmade Christmas Fair puts buying, learning, making and delicious food at the heart of your day. There will be artisans teaching, inspirational craft supplies and stunning handmade gifts to buy, plus a whole host of demonstrations to watch. The Handmade Christmas Fair is to inspire Britain to get crafting, and Kirstie Allsopp, with so many talented individuals will be there to help you on your way.
At the Manchester event experts including Annie Sloan, Kitten Grayson, Zeena Shah, Jane Means, The Ministry of Craft, Lucy from Attic 4, Corrie’s Martin Platt (Sean Wilson) who is now a cheesemaker – and Kirstie of course, will be showcasing their talents and wares.
I honestly can’t wait, and I hope to see you there!
Please enter using the Rafflecopter link (you don’t have to be a blogger), but please have a quick read through the T&C’s below. If you are not lucky enough to win, you can buy tickets to this amazing event here. Good luck!
Here is a little video of what you can expect from the event:
Terms and Conditions
– The prize is for a pair of entry only tickets to The Handmade Christmas Fair in Manchester, running between the 20th-22nd November. Any workshops will need to be purchased separately.
-The winner can choose whether they (and their companion) attend on the 20th, 21st or 22nd November.
– The giveaway will run for 7 days. Saturday 24th October – Saturday 31st October.
– The winner will be announced on my Twitter feed and I will contact you by email separately.
– If the winner does not respond within 36 hours, another winner will be selected at random.
Many, many thanks for The Handmade Christmas Fair for providing this fantastic giveaway.
I am an artist and just love anything creative. I love drawing and creating decorations with the kids.
I’ve recently gotten into knitting again but I have a lot to learn. The Handmade Fair looks like so much fun!
I am looking for new crafts I can adapt to my disabilities and as a way of relaxing
I love to make things that are useful around the home … handprinted tea towels, tote bags, etc x
Oh my goodness I would absolutely love this! What an exciting opportunity and of course lovely things for a whole day. I’d love to do the workshops and see her skills live! BRILLIANT xx
PS I love to make things for my home from cushion covers to decorations to wild flower arrangements !
I love to make all sorts. I’ll try my hand at anything that looks good on pinterest really. Recently made my own scented candles, which was difficult but very rewarding.
I love making clothes and bunting! I would love free tickets.