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GET HOOKED ON HOBBYING WITH ALDI’S NEW HOBBY & CRAFT RANGE


With the likes of David Beckham, Cara Delavigne and Taylor Swift all self-confessed craft lovers and studies indicating the mental health benefits of hobby craft, Aldi is on hand with its new Hobby and Craft range, available to pre-order online from Sunday 12th April and in-stores from 16th April.

Crafting is a great indoor activity which can keep the whole household entertained so why not get creative and try something new?

Perfect for beginner crafters or the seasoned pros (an estimated 73% of 16-34 year olds already participate in some kind of craft activity each year), there’s everything they need to knit, crochet or paper craft to their hearts content.

Complete with step by step guides and all the essential tools and equipment required, Aldi’s Adult Soft Craft Kits (£5.99) are available in five variations; crochet, knitting, macramé, punch needle and weaving; ideal for fledgling crafters honing their hobby know-how.

 

Aldi’s Knitting/Crochet Kit’s (£3.99) are available in a choice of designs including cactus, crab, donkey, kangaroo and koala. Each kit includes a crochet hook, yarn, darning needle and stuffing, along with full instructions.

 

Aldi’s Hobby & Craft range also has scrapbookers covered with the Papercrafts Assortment (£4.99) featuring hardback scrapbooks, trimmers and paper edgers with Scrap Embellishments (£0.99) and XL Permanent Markers (£2.99) also available in the range to add an extra touch of creative flair.

With Fat Quarter designing quickly becoming a viral trend amongst Aldi shoppers, fat quarter fans can now get their hands-on Aldi’s Fabric Fat Quarters Bundle Buy for only £7.98 (available online only). Coming in three patterns, paisley, ikat and English garden, Aldi’s Fat Quarters represent a whopping saving of 66% vs those found at John Lewis.

Those getting creative with Aldi’s range can share their projects with like-minded crafters using the hashtag #SoCrafty!

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