The market formerly known as The Devonport Craft Market has had a name change, and it’s one which is sure to please. It’s now (drumroll please) The Devonport Craft and Fine Food Market – who could find fault with that? They’ve still got all your favourite local makers, but now you can be sure you won’t starve while you roam the stalls…
The Jubilee Building in Parnell is the place to be at the end of the month for a fine harvest of original, hand-made crafts at Craft Harvest Market. Craft Harvest is located conveniently next to the Parnell Farmers’ Market – get your fresh groceries along with your craft goodies!
It’s always hard to say goodbye to summer, but the good news for Wellingtonians is that a change in season means that Berhampore’s Autumn Knack is just around the corner.
An extraordinary and beautiful collection of traditional Māori kākahu and weaving from five generations of one family is now a major exhibition in Hamilton. The remarkable women featured in this exhibition are acknowledged as New Zealand’s finest traditional Māori weavers.
Out and about in the Nelson and Bays region this weekend? Well, we’ve got a good reason to head on over there – the Mapua Makers Market is holding its summer market day this Sunday, so mark it on your calendar!
The Birkenhead Artisan Market is a great little Auckland market, selling artisan foodstuffs and an amazing array of textiles, jewellery, homewares, clothing and art. You’ll find unusual, beautiful products, fine foods, craft, clothing, accessories, plenty of street parking and a great atmosphere.
The Alfriston Country Market is a local institution. Created in mid-1982 to support South Auckland Hospice and Stroke Club, it has grown into a Saturday maker market with a wide range of beautifully handcrafted items. Recently their efforts market raised an amazing $3000 to donate to Totara Hospice – well done guys!
This year’s Christmas Encraftment Market is going to be be a corker, Christchurch. With 111 stalls of locally designed and made goodness, there’s heaps on offer. There’ll be jewellery, homewares, skincare, food, prints, toys, clothing… something for everyone!
Check this out Auckland! The General Collective Market Day is back. This pop-up Christmas market brings together talented local crafters and a range of handcrafted goodies in co-operation with the General Trading Co at 199a Main Highway, Ellerslie.
If you’re in West Auckland on Saturday 8 or Sunday 9 November, make a date to see Craft Out West, an annual art and craft show featuring a wide selection of goodies from talented New Zealand craftspeople, as well as vintage and retro treasures and craft supplies.