Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Craft Hatch: this Saturday's market is our last at the City Library!

Hello everyone!
The time has finally come... it is with much melancholy that we announce our last Craft Hatch market at the City Library will be happening this Saturday 9 July from 11am to 4pm. As you know, Craft Hatch began at the City Library in November 2008 and this Saturday's market will be our 29th market at the City Library. It's difficult to imagine that it's already been two-and-a-half years and while we'll be sad to leave the Library, we're happy to announce that our move to 1000 £ Bend in August marks the first of many to come! 

Craft Hatch will now be a quarterly affair (that's four times a year!). We'll be representing over 30 designers each time, so rest assured that you'll still be getting your fill of fresh, emerging talent. Our first market at the new venue will be on Saturday 13 August as part of our annual Craft Cubed festival - check out the line up here!

But the August market is still weeks away so for now, let's focus on the eleven incredible designers featured in this month's market! As always, we've assembled together a wonderful variety of designers this Saturday. Here's what you'll find:

Bags, accessories, screenprinted fabric and fat quarters from Tamptation

Resin goodies by Sue Myers

Warm winter accessories and homewares by love rosie clarke

Childrenswear by Little Tree Kids

Ceramics by Andrei Davidoff

Handknitted scarves by Emma Sheehy
Accessories for the home by Jazart

Homewares by Curious Girl Design

Crocheted winter woollies to keep you warm by Alex Castillo

Luxurious undergarments by Bonsai Kitten
Embroidered garments and accessories by Anouk Anouk

For more information, please visit the market gallery on our website!

It would be wonderful to see you at this Saturday's market to help us celebrate our time at the City Library, we hope you can make it!

We'll be at the City Library Gallery from 11am to 4pm. The Gallery is located on Level 1 of the Library, 253 Flinders Lane Melbourne. See you there!

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