Thank you to everyone who came along to the Made Local Market and supported their local businesses, artists, foodies and makers this Christmas. We couldn't have wished for a better weekend with a record turn out and so many great market vibes, we love our community!
The sun was shining, the Stackwood studios were open to the public, the plant store was stocked high with greenery and our venue filled with 30+ of our favourite artisans and makers.
The market kicked off Friday night with the Stackwood bar open, serving up natural wines by Wise Child Wines and beer by Fremantle's own Otherside Brewing Co, and an intimate music session in the yard with local singer / songwriter Nika Mo.
Food trucks served up fresh summer eats to the masses including Comida do Sul, Baolicious, Eat No Evil and Bantastic Mi, plus crowd favourite Kuld Creamery scooping Canadian-style ice cream all weekend.
Market-goers were treated to coffee by Stacked Cafe, flowers by Floral Army and kids enjoyed creating art from clay and found natural objects with Earth Friendly Arts, plus adding to Sun & Flower studios giant weave.
Market scenes: our favourite wares, makers and foodies set against a warehouse backdrop.
Sarana Haeata chatting to market-goers about the proccess of making her hand-thrown ceramics.
The stand from Kaki Studio a hit with market go-ers for its refined style.
The market had a strong contingent of jewellery and fashion, including By Helo and her carefully designed items for everyday.
We welcomed punters young and old through the doors, in one of our most successful markets yet.
The sun was shining and the coffee from Stacked Cafe was walking out the door.
Stackwood creatives opened their spaces to the public including the serene ceramic studio of Simone from Winterwares.
So many makers were creating work mid-market, Mathilde from two.am.tuesday sewing her handmade fabric clutches.
Kids got crafty with Ariane from Earth Friendly Art, so many cute creations walked out the door!
We enjoyed traditional Canadian ice cream from new kids on the block Kuld Creamery.
Plus were treated to the sweet sounds of local singer / songwriter Nika Mo in the Stackwood yard.
Market-goers enjoyed that jungle vibes of our concept store and picked up a plant or two.
We were so overwhelmed by the incredible community support for our market event that we have to say another massive thank you to all the vendors involved and all those who attended on the weekend.