Welcome to Felt, New Zealand's online
marketplace for handmade goods.
Whether you're shopping for quality handcrafted goods or looking to sell your creations, this is the place for you. Join now – it's fast, easy and free!
Joanna of Bellwheel chose her business name to reflect the kind of timeless and elegant design she most admires; things that are classic, unfussy and functional, like bells and wheels.
The General Collective Market Day, 9am–3pm, Saturday 20 September, Auckland
Check this out Auckland! This Ellerslie market promises something for everyone - garden boxes, jewellery, macramé hangers, cushions, chopping boards, baby accessories, herb boxes, kids craft activities, flowers and lots more.
Heads up! Extra Curricular's spring issue is at the press right now, and can be in your hot little hands soon. Order your copy now!
Christchurch The Transitional City Part IV
Edited by Barnaby Bennett, Irene Boles and Eugenio Boidi · Reviewed by Jo Drysdall
In the wake of the Christchurch quakes many books have been published about the destruction, the losses and the humbling human response in the days that followed each set of shakes. This work captures something else: the artistic, political and social response of Christchurch
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Until 24 September. Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 4pm at Arts in Oxford, 72 Main Street, Oxford. Group exhibition including work by Felt maker Tatyanna Meharry. Admission free.
Until 30 September. Daily 10am - 3pm at Bulls Museum, 81 High Street, Bulls. A history of New Zealand knitting; at home, on sale and at war. Admission by donation.
Until 28 July 2015. Daily 10am - 4.30pm at Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga O Waikato, 1 Grantham Street, Hamilton. Weaving legacies of Dame Rangimarie Hetet and Diggeress Te Kanawa. Admission free, koha welcome.
MARKETS & EVENTS
Saturday 6 September
9am–12pm at Alfriston Community Hall, 300 Mill Rd, Alfriston (beside Alfriston School). Warming winter handcrafts for home and family, preserves and plants. Admission free.
Saturday 13 September
9am–1pm at 3 Baxter Street, Warkworth. A real country market featuring amazing Felt sellers, local talent and products. Admission free.
Saturday 20 September
9.30am–1.30pm at Berhampore School, 105 Britomart Street, Berhampore. Stunning selection of vintage, retro and upcycled craft. Cast your vote at the polling booth too! Eftpos available. Admission free.
10am–2pm at 400 New North Road, Kingsland. Everything handmade you need from crochet to homewares. Bring the whole family and enjoy a crafty day out. Admission free.
9am–3pm at The General Trading Co, 199a Main Highway, Ellerslie. Independent makers and crafters come together for the first time to showcase their unique products. Admission free.
Saturday 11 October
St Marks Carterton Community Fair WAIR
10am–2pm at St Marks Church, 185 High Street, South Carterton. An annual country fair with lots of handmade goodies. Admission free.