Make-It / Knit & Stitch it Farnborough

2015-02-27 - 2015-03-01
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Over the last ten years, Make it has developed an enviable reputation as one of the busiest craft shows in the South, giving suppliers of papercraft and cardmaking, scrapbooking, stamping, beading and general craft products, the opportunity to meet thousands of enthusiastic crafters each spring. Make it takes place in Hampshire on the site of the world famous Farnborough Airshow. A spacious setting with adjacent free parking, easy access and direct motorway links make this venue the ideal location for a busy consumer event. The versatile floorplan is tailored both to the needs of visitors, allowing wide wheelchair-friendly aisles whilst the majority of exhibitors can enjoy a corner stand position, with no added surcharge for this benefit. Visitor demographics show that over 80% of visitors to Make it come from the South East region, with a significant proportion travelling from Middlesex, Surrey, Hampshire, Berkshire, Kent and the South Coast. Typically, the event attracts in excess of 11,000 visitors with around 8% taking advantage of the reduced price 3 for the price of 1 entry ticket and visiting on all open days..Make it offers visitors a series of hands-on workshops (run largely by exhibitors). The programme offers a range of paper craft, card craft and beading projects. If you want to meet and sell your products to Southern crafters, you should exhibit at Make it 2014 in Farnborough.
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Suppliers and companies demonstrating and selling a huge variety of papercraft, scrapbooking, beading & home hobby craft products, materials kits and designs. Plus knitting & stitching materials.

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