All The Fun Of The Fair

Small, independent craft, yarn, and haberdashery shop just off Carnaby Street. Sells yarn, needles (no interchangeables), crochet hooks, ribbons (including some nice Japanese tape), haberdashery such as rick-rack and other various miscellanea.

2011 update - visited by Sarah in May 2011. Re-opened after a refurb. Offers plenty of yarns sorted by colour, prices not immediately obvious, lots of washable acrylics in various weights, in lots of colours along with some mohair, cottons and crochet threads.

Bargain bin sells items for £3 or two for £5. Includes books older and newer, bucket of yarn (at time of visit, Malbragio, but in pastels not suited to my taste), and other random things.

Also has a display table with cute London-ish merchandise on it, larger table with indie designer wares such as broaches, felted bracelets, sewing needle books, bunting, knitted cakes, small craft kits, crafting themed cards and the like.

Getting here: Kingly Court runs parallel to and between Kingly Street and Carnaby Street. It can be reached via Beak Street. All The Fun Of The Fair is on the second floor, opposite Buffy's Beads. Up two flights of stairs or there is a lift available.

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Last visited by Sarah in May 2011. Opening times and prices taken from the AtFotF website, May 2011.

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