We are in premises on the south side of Bookham with excellent parking, at Grove Corner.
​Come and visit, browse, ask questions, if there is anything may want us to keep in the shop, say and we will do our best.

Here is our July window - Granary Crafts has been transported to the rainforest! Why? well, why not?! I love cutting things from paper, so leaves and vines, snakes, hanging monkeys, macaws, parrots, butterflies, geckos = rainforest display.

​We are also showcasing some of the things we have for children as the summer hols are coming up and it may not always be sunny! We have things to do to keep minds and hands busy: foam clay, first embroidery kits, glow in the dark and sparkly paint (good for fabric, wood and glass), quilling kits, children's knitting needles, pom pom makers, boxes, animals and letters to decorate with pain or decoupage, air drying to clay to make monsters, or your own decorative bowl or plate, make some hanging monkeys or daffodils, or transform your bedroom into the rainforest - we have paper and card to choose from... the possibilities are endless!


Knit, Natter, Crochet and Chatter

About Me
​My name is Sarah Betts, & I have always lived locally, though not in Bookham itself. My mother introduced me to Granary Crafts when I was only 13 or 14 years old, I well remember the old shop which was previously situated in Church Road. I love all crafts, particularly paper crafts, knitting, silk painting and tapestry. Crafting - whatever discipline you choose - can be rewarding and relaxing. It can allow your mind to wander freely whilst at the same time creating something creative and unique.  

A number of people pop into the shop with questions about their knitting projects and have asked about a Knit and Natter group...so you are very welcome to come along to Granary Crafts on the third Wednesday evening of each month for a knit and a natter or crochet and chatter.