Read all about our wonderful stallholders (all will be uploaded soon)
Ben Iser, Julia Birch and Katerina Hanzl set up Benjamin Jay Books to express their love of books – particularly the uncommon, hard-to-find, out-of-print, quirky and the collectable.
Faye Hope’s hand-crafted scarves, cowls and hats were initially developed from a need to exercise her mind, hands and soul, her passion for colour and texture, and her love for the handmade.
Victoria Herbert’s candles are hand-poured and the crystals have been charged under the light of the full moon, filling them with lunar magick and energy and positive intentions.
Jack & Ava make handmade items from a variety of art mediums. Their creations are original, one-of-a-kind pieces of polymer clay jewellery including earrings, necklaces and bracelets, along with matching fabric scarves and floral headbands and combs.
Preserves by the House of Fi was established to raise funds for the Cancer Council year round, with 100 per cent of the proceeds donated to the Cancer Council in memory of Fi’s mum each year.
At Relovables you will find an interesting and quirky range of vintage and collectable items. Owner Heather offers an eclectic range, including a range of quality earrings, necklaces, brooches, rings and cufflinks sourced from a boutique Melbourne jeweller, at up to half the RRP.
Shabby Sheep offers a great selection of home decor items handmade by Donna Smith, including lamps and lamp shades, cushions, Scrabble frames, toy/storage boxes, fabric prints, pram liners, nappy cakes, jar lights, foot stools and fabric baskets.
Peter and Marlene Willmott’s aim is to source ‘value for money’ products, products that may be past their ‘best before’ date but are still good to eat, confectionery that may not be readily available, or gourmet food products not easily found in the Bendigo area.