October 4, 2011

Handmade Market Favourites - Part Two

Hideyo paper creations
Aren't these fabulous!  How can you go wrong with re-purposed paper!  I don't have a photo of it but they had a magnificent pinecone under a glass cloche yesterday, just stunning.  You can check it out on facebook though. 

Ruby and Sage
Another resin jewellery maker that I really loved (along with Polka Luka and Drift Gifts).  It's amazing how people use the same component and make such different things! I love the business name and Ruby was a favourite girls name for us if Josiah turned out to be a girl!

I bought a couple of fat quarters from Posie and she had some beautiful new Kristen Doran fabric in stock.  A fabulous crochet print!  You can see the blue cushion made up below - front left, too cute.

Posie Patchwork
I was very disappointed to miss a few stalls when I did the photography for the market.  One of them was Sunday Morning Designs.  They had the softest organic knit fabric I have ever felt, beautiful designs, the pillow cases were delicious and gorgeous big balls of stretch knit 'yarn' to crochet with - very cool.

Photos courtesy of Sunday Morning Designs
I was happy to see Mooza back, although I didn't get to them either as they had lots of people there everytime I passed.  All in all, it was a great market, with lots of fabulous stall holders and I think December is going to be a great place to find unique gifts and support handmade, small business.


Danielle said...

Very pretty! Thanks for sharing! I must get to floriade this week - tried to go on Sunday but it was so busy we couldn't find a park!! Went to Nat gallery instead.