Craft-lovers of Napier, prepare for a generous and warming dose of craft this weekend. Napier’s Department of Curiosities and Fine Things bring you this curated collection of over thirty five stalls, each selling unique, local, handmade products
14 and 15 June sees the return of the Made-it-Here crew with a Mid-Winter Warm-Up Craft Market at Asher Hall in Napier. Rumour has it there’ll be complimentary hot chocolate and cake, so don’t miss out…
Made It Here is popping-up again in Napier – head along and see this selection of fine crafting talent from the Hawke’s Bay.
Jess and Jo, the founders of the Fruit Bowl Craft Jam, are holding the mother of all Stitch and Bitch sessions on Tuesday 13 September. It’s at Opera Kitchen in Hastings, the venue of the hugely successful Craft Jam for Christchurch in March. The very cool doco Handmade Nation will screen at around 6.30 pm and there’ll be knitting, crocheting, felting, stitching and yarning till about 9.30pm.
Hawke’s Bay is the place to be this weekend – the inaugural Fruit Bowl Craft Jam is kicking off at noon on Saturday at the Hawke’s Bay Opera House Plaza in the heart of Hastings. Open from 12 till 5pm on both Saturday and Sunday, … Read more »
Just A Girl is the collection of Hawke’s Bay artist Katherine Quinn, whose whimsical illustrations are exhibited regularly around New Zealand and find homes around the world. Working from her kitchen table in Taradale, Katherine uses acrylic paint, chalk pastel, coloured pencil, thread, silk tissue … Read more »
Born and bred in Napier, Jessica Hills of Furchin studied sculpture at Elam before spending four years teaching English in Croatia where her daughter Anouk (now 5) was born. A fluent speaker of Croatian and very talented crafter, Jessica also plays the guitar and loves … Read more »
Napier’s newest indoor craft market kicks off this weekend at Greenmeadows Hall in Tait Drive, from 9am till 12.30pm. Head along and say hi to Pagan of Spun Out Originals who will be selling her handspun and knitted winter woollies.