Hand & Lock hit the Road:

2016 Trade shows and Exhibitions

We love our studio but even we need a change of scenery every now and then. So over the coming months we’re going to three major exhibitions to show off our latest embroidery designs and inspire as many people as possible to embrace embroidery.

Our first outing will be the Best of Britannia at Victoria House, Southampton Row, London from the 30th September to the 2nd October. Exhibition visitors will be able to rediscover old established brands alongside fresh younger brands. The emphasis is on quality made British products including menswear, womenswear, furnishings, cycling, cocktails and of course… Embroidery.

 

Visitors can shop for the weird, unusual, conventional and the cool, confident that they are choosing the finest products available in the UK. Hand & Lock will be there to highlight our customisation services and our latest embroidery patches.

A few days later we will be setting up for the Knitting and Stitching show at London’s, Alexandra Palace. The massively popular  exhibition runs over five days from Wednesday 5th October to Sunday 9th and feature 400 hundreds of craft related businesses. Visitors to London ‘s biggest craft fair can enjoy stocking up on amazing hard to find craft supplies, enjoy exciting workshops and see the the latest work from some of the UK’s best textile artists. Hand & Lock will present their services but also a selection of specialist embroidery kits.

 

Lastly, we will take up residence at the Textile Forum at One Marylebone, London for the 12th and 13th October. This vibrant and popular exhibition was founded in 2002 and now entices designers and buyers from the whole fashion industry. Here, Hand & Lock focus on promoting our couture embroidery services to designers interested in including embellishments in their upcoming collections.

If you are coming to any of these exhibitions then please be sure to come over to our stand and meet the H&L team.

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best of britannia | knitting and stitching show | textile forum

Knitting and Stitiching Show
Best of Britannia
Textile Forum
Knitting and Stitiching Show