Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Welcome to the World - Ivy Anna Lynch

After months of anticipation, Ivy Anna Lynch was born on Friday, 26th June 2009 at 11.09am, weighing 8lb 12oz.

Mum has been very blessed with a quick recovery and Bubs is doing well.

See you all at the market next Saturday!

Monday, June 8, 2009

Come to the market this satuarday!

The Homespun Market at Pilgrim Hall is on this Saturday! Come along between 10am and 3pm for some fantastic treats.

Stallholders include:

Robin Cochrane - welcome back after a break with a large range of beaded jewellery
Myfanwy Dabner - a first timer with original art
What About Wine - another first timer selling cleanskin Tasmanian wines
Colleen Hall - hand knitted items and inspirational wall hangings
Rocky Gardens - jams and sauces that are to die for!
Kylie Mackrill - hand-designed beaded jewellery
Tam & Friends - turned timber bowls and frayed denim bibs - not to be used together!!
Vowsallees Fashions - the most amazing hand knitted gloves and arm warmers
Samantha Derbyshire - a first timer too - Scentsation Candles, all natural soy candles
Cheryl Medwin - freeform, hand knitted cardigans, shawls and items
Sewn Earth - hand-dyed and embroidered silk scarves and accessories
Loz & Dinny - gorgeous dresses for little girls
Kim Sharman - quilts and other treats
Village Hot Bread Shop - fresh breads and sweet treats
Tina Pinkard - hand-designed bags and textiles
Cathryn Gibson - a huge range of lovely headbands for girls and booties and bags
Nice Bola Design - a maybe from our beloved Malina! Beautiful jewellery inspired by the islands
Honey Tasmania - a maybe from our also beloved Rebecca!

So join us on Saturday and pick up some well-priced fresh baked bread, yummy jam to go on it, and a lovely gift for a friend or treat for yourself.

Sunday, June 7, 2009

a successful day at 'the market' hobart

Cath Reilly and myself had the pleasure of attending 'the market' hobart, a new monthly handmade market in Hobart.

Located at the Masonic Temple on Sandy Bay Road, 'the market' is a credit to its founders, Bec, Holly and Shannon. A wonderful array of quality, handmade items were on display. The venue looked amazing with the lighting detail and market set up.

Cath and I combined forces for the day, with Cath peddling her gorgeous range of felt items for children and I trialled my new range of frayed denim bibs (I will upload them on the website this week!!).

The market was well attended and we were kept busy for most of the day.

Here are a few more photos of our stall: