The British Women's Association Christmas Fair cum Charity Bazaar was a festive occasion with carol singers, children's fair games and lots of yummy food stalls. The fair was held in aid of thalassaemia patients.
|Cupcakes by The Mad Hatter's Tearoom|
There were booths selling all sorts of knick-knacks from hand-made soap to Christmas-themed table decorations.
|Costume jewellery at the British Women's Association Fair|
|Shoes by Stance|
|Handmade decorative soap|
A variety of people were selling clothes, blankets, artificial jewellery, handmade trays, accent pieces, jams, chutneys and a host of other things. It was a fun, busy fair with plenty of great quality items on sale. There was lots of entertainment for children and overall the fair was a great day out.
|Crafter's Expo 2013|
|Stationery at the Crafter's Expo Karachi|
Elsewhere visitors could buy cushions, clothes, purses, shoes, blankets and wall-hangings as well as decorative items. There were several stalls selling hand-crafted costume jewellery as well as booths offering knitted and crocheted scarfs, mittens and toys.
|More crochet goodies|
|Ethnic arts and crafts|
|Cushions and decorative items|
|Custom Knitted scarfs|
Fairgoers could also indulge at various food stalls, some offering hot food while others sold brilliantly crafted cupcakes.
|Yummy cupcakes by Karachi Kupcake|
It was a shame the two events were on the same day as people had to divide their time and money between the two. Needless to say most people attending the events ended up broke, replete and happy. Well done to both sets of organisers.