Friday, 29 October 2010

Mega Craft Hatch = MEGA AWESOME!

Last Saturday was a momentous day for Craft Hatch as our market almost tripled in size to see 25 makers taking over Experimedia at the State Library of Victoria. The day started out quite wet and gloomy (lucky we were indoors), but it soon brightened up. Yay!

Thanks to all of our lovely stallholders and to everyone who came... the next market will be back at the City Library on Flinders Lane and will be happening on Sat 13 November. Make sure you have it in your diary!

Here are some pics from the day (warning: may cause a mild craft-induced seizure)

L-R: honest cards by Able & Game, cheery Fimo necklaces by Emily Green

Heat-treated metal jewellery by Jill Hermans, a recent Monash graduate

Jewellery by Femi Coppi, also a recent Monash graduate!

Knitted blankets and throws by Dee & Bee Creations

L-R: Beautiful illustrated cards by Ashlee Hope, cute accessories by Sofie Dieu

Zines by Sarah Crowley from ask - a trio of three recent architecture graduates

Sassily evergreen cards from Little Wave

Kinetic jewellery by Puneet Jodhka

Porcelain badges, necklaces and objects by and O designs

L-R: Photographic collages, embroideries and other treats by Liesl Pfeffer, jewellery, tote bags and more treats from Minnt

Super cute toys from Teddy Bears Wednesday

Little things to make little ones smile from Charlie Bird Clothing

Rainbow coloured glass rings by Sarah Dingwall

Little badges and cards by Shirley Rusli which sat very prettily next to...

...Patternology's beautiful prints!

Gorgeous Summer dresses by tilli michelle

Insects and other creepie-crawlies by Justin Siow

Pyrite (aka 'fool's gold') jewellery by Tom Malchi

The best mobiles in the world (hands down) from Made by Mosey

Cute little teacup planters (among other things) by and you wonder - Caroline you crafty thing you!

Crocheted goodness by Muntedkowhai


Justin Siow said...
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Jessi said...

i can't believe i missed this one!!!


so many wonderful artisians and crafters amongst them!

Well done!

next time!