Beading, scrapbooking, knitting or even wood work, whatever hands-on craft you enjoy, you'll find it at the Stitches & Craft Show, Rosehill Gardens Racecourse.
Returning for 2013 there will be something for everyone, from paper craft, home décor to patterns and DIY ideas.
Craft Show consultant Judy Newman said that whether you have crafted all your life or only just discovered the joy of craft, The Stitches & Craft Show will have you covered.
"The show is craft heaven," Ms Newman said. "Whatever you'd like you'll find it at the show."
With hands-on opportunities available, you can experience different crafts and even create something to take home.
"There's non-stop workshops, and exhibitions and you can buy supplies at the show," Ms Newman said. "There's everything from knitting and card-making to jewellery and beading."
There will be a Children's Craft Corner for the little ones, and an area where they can paint plaster moulds and create art using coloured sand.
The TEXSTYLE exhibition, showcasing 25 students' major textiles works from their 2012 HSC, will also be on show.
If you're a fan of quilting, be sure to experience the Colourplay 144 art quilt display from the Twelve by Twelve troupe of talented quilt artists who have collaborated from across the globe.
Julia Taylor, runner-up from hit Australian TV Show MasterChef will also be hosting master classes.
"One thing we're really focusing on is sugar craft," Ms Newman said. "From how to ice cakes and decorate biscuits, Julia will be hosting little master classes.
"We hope loads of people will come along, there's a lot to see and enjoy everything hand-made."