a february wishlist and a selection of haikus.

We are a magazine.
Our stories ruffle feathers
But mostly our own
The Canary Press

Grown from the mountains
Shiny, natural and rough
Handcrafted with love
EmBrass

Sewing and cross-stitch
From crafter based in Melbourne
Hoops and thread abound
The Girl Nightingale

Reuse repurpose
New life for the forgotten
Chic eco-design
Ode to Elma

Strange beauty I saw
The dress she wore told no lies
How do I love strange
Strange Beautiful Me

We are 90′s kids
We think that we are funny
You will think that too.
Unfazed & Confuzed

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Organic indigo tea towels, table runners and a whole range of garments to drape about your person and your home, all naturally dyed and lovingly created by Agnes & I.

 

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Gorgeous ethereal pieces by EmBrass.

 

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Upcycled jewellery, by Ode To Elma who creates beautiful unique handcrafted jewellery while being kind to the environment.

 

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Big deliciousness from Rather Little.

 

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Snazzy streetwear by Routine.

 

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a couple of the garments found at our last market by, Strange Beautiful Me. These may have been snapped up by yours truly at the last market, but rest assured there will be a whole new range of beautiful clothing made entirely from repurposed items – salvaged textile waste materials, discarded clothing, trims, accessories and so much more.

 

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The latest pressed third edition of our favourite literary rag, The Canary Press.

 

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The cutest koalas crafted by The Creature Workshop.

 

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Wonderful wooden chopping boards and lights made by Timber Arcadia.

 

Come play at our first market for the year after a WHITE NIGHT induced coma for a perfect setting we waiting just for you on Sunday 23rd February 11:00am to 4:00pm (event deets here and take a peek at our sneaky peek here) at 1000 £ Bend with a range of delightful art and design delights and sweet things to munch on and/or or lather yourself with in these last days of this hot hot summer.

We will also have our friends from THE SUSTAINABLE TABLE presenting our crafternoon corner this month as part of the SUSTAINABLE LIVING FESTIVAL. Learn how to make flowers and vases from plastic food waste with installation artist Carolyn Cardinet. The plastic wonders will be used to theme a Zero-Waste long lunch held on Clean Up Australia Day in March.

February stallholders include: AGNES & I, BONNIEBIX QUALITY SHORTBREADS, BYRNE DESIGN CO., THE CANARY PRESS, THE CREATURE WORKSHOP, CULTURE TEA, DESMOND WOLF, EMBRASS, THE GIRL NIGHTINGALE, METTA SKINCARE, ODE TO ELMA, RATHER LITTLE, ROUTINE, SEBO HANDMADE JEWELLERY, STRANGE BEAUTIFUL ME, TIMBER ARCADIA, UNFAZED & CONFUZED and many more.

See you all on Sunday!

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