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"To grow out of, not wear out." One maker's vision for sustainable children's clothing

For Cate Mitchell, the creator behind Wanganui sustainable children's clothing label Wilding Co., her business started with a desire to dress one special little person in clothes that were not only environmentally and ethically sustainable, but also let his personality shine through while he explored his world. Now she's making her beautiful range of vintage-inspired Wilding organic clothing for newborns to age five. Continue reading »



How you've grown!

Can't believe how fast they're growing? Have fun keeping track of the kids' growth spurts with this modern height chart from Inker Tinker. These height charts measure up to 190cm tall and are a great gift idea for your favourite family, a new baby, or a baby shower! Continue reading »



Fresh on Felt: We've got some stylish and creative accessories for you, your home and your garden this week - just part of an awesome crop of fresh new Felt makers. Grab a cuppa, put your feet up, and explore what's fresh on Felt this fortnight... Continue reading »

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markets & events

Thursday 14 March

Craft Markets: Everything you need to know CHC

7pm-9pm at Exchange Christchurch - XCHC, 376 Wilsons Road North. Learn about getting selected as a stallholder and having a successful day. Hear from the organisers of the Encraftment andArts Centre markets and join a group discussion. Tickets from $15.

Saturday 16 March

Crafternoon Tea - Kingsland AKL

10am–2pm at 400 New North Road, Auckland. Crafternoon Tea Kingsland is held on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Drop into the market, meet the talented craftspeople and discover the stories behind their work. Admission free.

Saturday 23 March

Crafternoon Tea - Mt Albert AKL

10am–2pm at the Mt Albert War Memorial Hall, Wairere Avenue and New North Road. Crafternoon Tea pops up in Mt Albert's War Memorial Hall six times a year. Drop in and check out the wealth of local talent in our community! Admission free.

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