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Going out for dinner may be a pretty ordinary concept these days, but the people behind The Knitting & Stitching Shows are creating a dining experience with a difference:- an entirely knitted banquet!
The Knitted Feast Competition is on and they need your entries.
Show organisers Upper Street Events have teamed up with designer Susie Johns and Search Press to offer four knitting patterns to get you started. The patterns include an apple, an apple core, a pear and a carrot. But crafters are also encouraged to knit (or crochet) any food items they like, with ideas ranging from a bunch of bananas to a knitted cheese board, chicken legs to knitted cupcakes! They’re also keen to get plates or wine glasses with knitted covers – maybe even a knitted banqueting chair?!
If you think you have what it takes to knit or crochet something that looks good enough to eat, enter The Knitted Feast competition before the 19th February by visiting www.theknittingandstitchingshow.com/spring All items need to be made to scale (ie life-size) to ensure that the feast looks as realistic as possible and any number of items can be entered.
All the entries to the Knitted Feast will be displayed on a banqueting table at The Spring Knitting & Stitching Show in London’s Olympia. The winners will be announced at the show and top prizes will be given to first, second and third place winners.