First up, at the sticky post at the top, you’ll find two new links!
One is the timetable for the weekend, with all the relevant times, places and addresses that you will need. You can find it here.
The other is the blog list of everyone that is coming, and you will find that on the right hand side of the blog (in tiny writing), or the link is here.
Next, I have updated the list of prizes with our latest sponsors and giveaways, and you can also find that on the right hand side, or the original post here.
For those of you who will need to vote on Saturday 26th March in the NSW State Election, you will be able to vote at the Sydney Town Hall, which is about a 10 minute walk from The Menzies Hotel (and it is right opposite Kinokuniya if you fancy a visit). I’ll find out the opening hours as soon as they are confirmed, but usual polling hours are 8am to 6pm. Kinokuniya is open from 10am to 7pm, so you could combine both with a walk after the Crafting Session finishes if you wish. Legally, you are not permitted to vote via a postal vote or a pre-poll vote because you will still be in NSW and you will be close to a polling venue. But I’ll leave that with you 🙂
Lots of you haven’t responded to the post about the Sample Swap, so if you haven’t, please do so here ASAP. Thanks!
I’m thrilled to tell you today that Claire from Craft Schmaft is going to have a mini market stall at the Saturday Crafting Session!
We’ll set up a little table for her, and the ‘shop’ will open for just 45 minutes, starting at 11:45am. This way, Claire gets to relax and enjoy most of the day and yet you’ll be able to have a great look at her kits and maybe take home your very own owl kit or owl mobile kit.
It’s like a little bit of Mathilda’s is coming to us!
If you’re coming along to Sew It Together, and you sell kits, supplies, fabric, patterns or other supplies that craft bloggers might be interested in, and you’d like to have your own little mini market stall for 45 minutes at the Saturday Crafting Session, please email me ASAP at email@example.com. I am sorry for the short notice for this offer – it’s something I had in mind, but just never got around to organising. I’m grateful to Claire for reminding me, and taking me up on the initial offer!