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A cartoon picture or two

Cause I’m bored and it’s wet and cold, and I’m still trying to work on a few other posts…..




Jen 🙂

Market Shout Outs.

It’s another market week and I’ve decided to share with you some of the lovely people I have met over the last couple of months.

Lee-anne is one very busy woman, and as a mother of two teenagers and primary school teacher in Hobart, it’s a wonder she has time to make her beads and jewellery.  Her collections include hat pins, bookmarks, leather bracelets and a wonderful assortment of handmade cards suitable for people of all ages.

Visit her on Facebook, madeit and etsy (leeanneshandmade) and check out her amazing jewellery.




Lee-anne's stall. Oct 2011

Fiona sells F-F-Fun things… a great assortment of foam brooches, photo puzzles, handmade cards, lucky dips for the kids (that have F-F-Fun things), felted  handmade toys-  fun quirky items in bright colours!

Find Fiona on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Fionas-F-F-Fun-Crafts/114260108662600

Fiona's stall Oct 2011


Debbie  sells sea glass… or rather She Sells Sea Glass.  Debbie sources the majority of her glass from Australia but also from England and the US.  She makes beautiful jewellery from these special pieces picked up from beaches everywhere.  Amongst the jewellery are cheese knives, wine stoppers and coffee scoops.  Her jewellery comprises necklaces, bracelets and earrings.

See Debbie on Facebook and take a visit to her website also, https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/SheSellsSeaGlass/


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Catherine is a handbag girl.  She makes beautiful totes using new and upcylced fabrics. Roomy and sturdy they are perfect for all occasions and every girl will love them.  Cathryn also makes delightful passport covers and luggage tags aswell as cute little key rings.

Carrie Bags will be on facebook soon.

CarrieBags smaller than usual stall, Oct 2011

Of course there is my mum, with her gorgeous hand dyed silk scarves and those fluffy can can scarves.  loads of swirly wool knitted into a beautiful cancan scarf.  She also makes wearable art with jackets and vests, wall hangings for everyone and of course, Quilts.  She has won many awards and her quilts are hanging in private collections across the world.

Check out Sue’s blog for more  http://quiltstodyefor.wordpress.com and the new website


I hope some time some of you will come and visit us at a market, it would be lovely to meet our facebook/madeit/etsy/blog-reading followers.


til next time, keep smiling 🙂

Ciao, Jennifer