Sunday, October 11, 2009

Three words: weekly from saturday!

Our second season is oh so close! Just 6 days to the kick off. We are gathering a following and they are making the Homespun Market a must do on their calendar! "Who will be there this weekend?" "What new stalls are there?" "Did you see the [thingo] on [that] stall?"

So here is the line up:

Rebecca Roth - yes, you read it right! Rebecca is back with her amazing resin jewellery, don't miss her this weekend!

Tamar Valley Gourmet Foods - **new** delicious homemade cakes, biscuits and the most delectable choc coated raspberries - a gluten free specialist too!

Cheryl's Creations - made by our own Aunty Cheryl, hand knitted and crocheted bits and bobs, freeform cardis, cards

inner+child - gorgeous little felt hairclips and brooches, child size aprons, homeware and wearables for little tots

Kylane Creations - beaded jewellery and detailed photo albums made from timber and scrapbooked into wonderful creations

hoot hoot - **new** cotton wrap skirts that are easy to wear and look great

Isis Made - **new** gorgeous hand bound journals and books, a must see!

Meg Thompson - casual beaded and button jewellery that is great on the eye and functional too

Kathleen Ritson - **new** Egyptian cotton sheet sets for all size beds including cot size, travel pillows, greeting cards featuring Kathleen's talent for wonderful botanical drawings plus Creative Memories solutions for diy scrapbooking

Samspiration - beautiful felted toys, brooches and bits

Sewnearth - delicate, hand-dyed, silk scarves and accessories in warm earthy tones

Thomas Ryan Photography - photo art by Thomas which will inspire you

Mary Curran - **new** all things textile from purses and handbags to skirts plus knitted slippers, hats and scarves

Village Hot Bread Shop - a large range of fresh breads that are yummo!

Tina Pinkard - hand sewn homewares and accessories

Robin Cochrane - elegant beaded jewellery including gorgeous freshwater pearls

Shaz & Mary - passionate knitters who have all kinds of soft, warm, colourful and groovy knits

Emma Kimpton - Emma's stunningly detailed hand-drawn art will melt your heart - ooh that rhymes!

Bare Studio - a large range of head bands for even the most discerning child, Fred Bare fabrics a specialty

Rocky Gardens - jams, relishes, sauces, fruit cakes, that taste like they were made in your Grandma's kitchen. Yum, yum, yum!

Four Seasons Herbs - a huge range of potted herbs, plus organic coffee beans too

Tasmanian Incense - **new** Kelly's own range of handmade incense sticks that smell divine

Baindu Tamba - african hair braiding and handmade clothing and jewellery african-style

Rare - very groovy bags made from recycled and reclaimed fabrics

And in the all new Homespun Gallery we have John Calvin School with an exhibition of artwork recently displayed at the Launceston Show.

This is an event not to be missed this Saturday, because it will all be different again next week!

Join us at Pilgrim Hall, Paterson St (opposite Myer carpark) from 10am to 3pm.

1 comment:

  1. Hello,
    I make crochet jewellry and baskets, amongst other funky things,
    and would like to become a member of the Launceston Homespun market. Was wondering how to go about it and getting a stall at the Pilgrim Hall?
    Regards Kelly lee