These Christmas Craft Fairs I thought I would have a dabble in, are turning out to be quite successful. So it looks like Stitch in Time HB is going to have a new string to it’s bow in the new year!
I am so excited to get the ball rolling and turn Stitch in Time HB into a thriving craft events organisation, bringing communities together to share their makes. There are so many different directions I could go with this and right now I am on a journey to define this.
Yesterday myself and fellow crafty queen Jules from Kamala Creations attended a brilliant Business Marketing Workshops by Jonny Ross at Fleek Marketing. The Knowledge Jonny shared was absolutely brilliant, alongside his humorous delivery it was a fantastic morning.
Anyway, I won’t go into the boring details for you guys on what I learnt at this super interesting workshop, but what I will say is it has confirmed my ideas of where I am going in the next year, and I am so excited to share this with you all over the next few months.
So, Heptonstall Victorian Themed Christmas Craft Fair has been and gone, and now it is all hands on deck for tomorrow’s Hebden Bridge Chritsmas Craft Fair. Looking at the interest on Facebook we are intending on welcoming a LOT of people! So, please spread the word, and if you do come along please take a moment to leave me a review on my Facebook page: Stitchhb.