All the Fun of the Fair is a knitting and craft boutique selling wool, hand made gifts and extremely cute haberdashery.
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Unit 2.8 Kingly Court, off Carnaby Street, London, W1B 5PW
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+44 (0)7905 075017
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All the Fun of the Fair
Unit 2.8 Kingly Court
off Carnaby StreetLondonW1B 5PW
- +44 (0)7905 075017
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- Oxford Circus, Underground
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Cute little shop with a nice selection of good quality yarn and vintage needles, buttons, ...
The displays are always nice and they have pre-made items like knitted vegetables, cupcakes, ... that would make pretty little gifts.more
I'm a fan of anyone who can knit a doughnut, and knitted doughnuts are all the rage here. Tucked inside Kingly Court, just off Carnaby Street, I wandered into this place with a friend. I think, you can probably purchase an entire three-course meal of knitted items, which is hilarious. Who wouldn't want a knitted carrot?
It's quite nice that such a place exists, to encourage those to want to...more
Haberdashery is my newest favorite word.
Haberdashery. Haber-dash-er-y. And this place is full of it! They have a small selection of quality yarns and other knit knacks, but the best part all were the knitted and crochetted trinkets that are all over the store. They have everything made out of yarn... cookies, donuts, tea sets, veggies, and flowers. This is a great place to grab a small gift...more
I come back to this place again and again. I never buy much, usually just a few buttons or a skein of yarn, but the shop is so cozy and the staff are lovely. My post-work drink meetup used to be closer, so I don't get in quite as often anymore, but visiting here in a must when I'm nearby. Even if I don't need anything. Simply popping in to see what neat handmades they're featuring or to pet...more
When I was a little girl my Granny gave me a box of buttons and wool to play with to entertain me while I was staying at hers for the Easter break. Although this sounds like the beginning of a story about my impoverished youth, it actually has more to do with my Gran's failed attempts at getting me into knitting and all other housewifely activities. Rather than start to knit little hats for my...more