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Lasting essentials: a West Coast leatherworker's pursuit of quality form and function

Qi Huang of Coast Craft started teaching herself the art of making beautiful, durable wallets and cardholders in 2018, working at her kitchen table in Franz Josef. Her leather goods are built with care to be accessible, functional, and long-lasting essentials that age gracefully and uniquely to every owner. These days she does have a dedicated workspace, which she describes as "my spaceship in the universe." Continue reading »




What a softie

Canterbury maker Re:created makes timeless toys with heart, soul... and an eco-conscience! This adorable elephant is lovingly pieced together from 100% clean upcycled materials - in this case a hand dyed woollen blanket and cotton fabric. Continue reading »



Fresh on Felt: Cool summer colours take the spotlight this time - sweet bunny dolls, unique jewellery, fantastical crystal gardens, and practical accessories. There's quite the range of new goodies to check out, so pour yourself a cuppa, sit back, and have a browse through what's Fresh on Felt this fortnight... Continue reading »

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markets & events

Sunday 23 February

Family day out at the Halswell Community Market CHC

12pm–3pm, St John of God Hospital gardens, 26 Nash Road, Aidenfield, Halswell. Market stalls, food, music, free face painting, games and activities on the lawn. A fabulous family day out in award winning gardens. Admission free.

Until 28 February

Don't Lick the Artwork! CHC

10am–5pm, Tuesday to Saturday until 28 February at Form Gallery, 468 Colombo Street. Ceramics by Elise Johnston, Emma Turner, and Tatyanna Meharry.

Until 1 March

Four Seasons WEL

10am–5pm Monday to Saturday, 11am–4pm Sundays until 1 March at Pātaka Art + Museum, Porirua. An exihibition by Creative Fibre Wellington featuring all aspects of fibrecrafts, from stunning tapestries to vibrant skeins of handspun yarn. Admission free.

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