Spring in Hobart...
Sunday 5 September, 10am-3pm

Time to blow away the cobwebs and let the sunshine thaw you out...also time for a sunny new selection of stallholders exhibiting fresh designs, a pretty colour palette, and a host of exciting new products.

This Sunday, come visit the market for your monthly dose of premium local design, in the form of linen, candles, jewels, stationery, art, photography, ceramics, home wares and of course food glorious food!

We’ve handpicked a perfectly varied and incredibly talented group of local artists and designers for our September event, bound to put a Spring in your step. We don’t want to name drop (well maybe a little), so just to wet your whistle, here are just a few of the stalls you’ll see to this Sunday:

Red Wren’s delightfully designed linen, I Four Letter Word You - Rosie Shield’s spirited +eclectic collection of jewels. Little Twig, whose beautiful designs are always a winner! Janny McKinnon..simply dreamy photography. Selena de Carvalho, always intriguing to see what she’ll present at The Memory Store. Bree Mooney from Mondo Mama’s ........words can not describe the absolute feast she’ll be serving up to market goers this month, check out her menu, YUM.

Also, exhibiting in our mini gallery, we have two local artists Jen Symons and Nicola Smith...they have a beautiful artistic treat for your eyes, just up the staircase, so make sure you wander up for a look see, and just maybe, after you’ve seen the local artworks, you could have a relaxing coffee and a peruse of the Sunday papers in the lounge.

We could go on and on, but best you just pop along for a visit instead...
Shannon + Holly :0)
on the menu
sunday 5 september

- 'zuppa di cavolo' - deliciously humble with potato,
chorizo & savoy cabbage

- roasted root vegetable, walnut oil & fetta
- borlotti, cannellini & kidney bean with flat-leaf parsley
& mustard dressing
- brussels sprout, speck & juniper berries

toasties on home-made 30% rye sourdough
- baked smoked paprika pumpkin, fetta & walnut chilli paste
- free-range chicken & salsa verde

torta di zucca
- Savoury pumpkin cake

- old fashioned meyer lemon slice
- flour-less chocolate & honeycomb brownie
- pasticcini di mandorle (soft little almond biscuits)
- bomboloni (italian citrus doughnuts) filled with rose hip jelly

stall holder profile:
Haidee Neill from Miss Haidee

the market welcomes the very talented Miss Haidee to our September event. An eclectically beautiful, and refreshingly uncontrived children’s wear label, Miss Haidee imparts a unique style, and distinct quality to the design and construction of her range. Releasing small limited runs each season, for boys and girls, all lovingly made by hand. Cute models too! We’re very much looking forward to seeing her stall, in all it’s one off, vintage inspired glory, on Sept 5th...

When and why did your business begin?
The miss haidee label has been around for the last 6 years and has grown with my children as they have grown so naturally has my label. I have all ways made things to sell as some people may remember the hairclips I used to make ,that many a Hobart girl wore .. And apparently still do. I adore making children’s clothing as they are so into textiles and their appreciation of a dress is so transparent. I started the label in Byron Bay NSW but have recently moved back to Tasmania after 15 years away and I am finding the move very inspirational.

What are your creations inspired by?
I love fabrics its a medium you can really manipulate , it is endless with its possibilities. I don’t conform I love clashing fabrics mixing vintage floral with retro stripe and 80’s fluro , I have been sooo lucky as I brought a whole shop full of 70,s and 80.s fabrics from a haberdashery shop that closed down in Northern NSW hinterland. So I do have a fantastic supply. My studio is a world of inspiration, it is full of everything that pushes my creative buttons, 70”s craft books, fabrics. Trims, patterns my exquisite cutting table. Its my sanctuary and will never be neat it is all ways in a creative mess.

What’s your favourite thing about what you do?
Seeing the delight in children’s faces when they fall in love with one of my creations.

Favourite colours/materials to work with?
Florals. Cottons definitely as people dislike anything nylon or polyester even thou some of the best vintage/ retro patterns are so synthetic.

What can customers coming to the market expect to see at your stall?
My signature vintage dress which is a work of art and looks great just hanging on a coat hanger on the wall.

Favourite piece you make?
My signature vintage dress.

things we loved at the august market...

Mossy silver goodness from the talented Emily Snadden

Cathy McAuliffe’s joyful new range of Phat flats

A bevy of bright babushkas from The Snow Queen’s garden

Definitely NOT daggy bookmarks from White Paper

Thanks to customers and stall holders alike, who joined us for our August event - check out the
gallery on the website for more images from the day. We look forward to some Hobart sunshine, a fresh and exciting collection of stall holders and some Springtime local love on September 5th.

Bye for now
Shannon + Holly :0)

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