A big thank you to everyone who was involved in the Spring edition of the Made Local Market. It was a huge success with a vibrant selection of makers offering up the most incredible array of handmade and local goods.
The market arrived just in time for Christmas shopping and stretched right over the weekend to host food trucks Comida do Sul, Eat No Evil and Flitch and Leaven who offered up Brazillian street eats and comfort food in our newly renovated backyard.
Market go-ers were treated to coffee by Stacked Cafe, ice cream by La Paleta and doughnuts by Mary Street Bakery. Kids created hand-made ceramic ornaments for the Christmas tree and the whole family enjoyed a spot of lawn games with We Are Cray, plus the musical stylings of local folk singer Joel Barker.
The stylish stall of local paper cut artist and designer Annabelle Williams, inspired by streetscapes and wild animals.
Made in Fremantle, Narayani Palmer's colourful ceramic wares were a big hit with shoppers.
The serene open studio of Stackwood resident Winterwares, ceramics inspired by slow living philosophy.
Stackwood store stayed open late and throughout the market to provide market go-ers with sustainable Christmas gifts and a little extra green for their homes.
Stackwood resident The Vintage Delhi with their open studio selling fairtrade clothing, homewares and accessories.
The Beau Est Mien stall full of paper goods, prints and gifts made in Northbridge, WA.
Rachel Doller and her geometric artworks made just up the road in White Gum Valley.
Life-affirming pastrami served up by local connoisseurs Flitch and Leaven.
Fremantle's newest game company We Are Cray showing off their beautiful laser cut games.
Market go-ers enjoyed the sounds of local folk singer Joel Barker in our newly renovated backyard.
The line up for Eat No Evil's incredible vegan bowls and fresh healthy eats.
We were so overwhelmed by the incredible community support for our market event. A massive thank you to all the vendors involved and all those who attended on the day!