and that was sunday

August 10, 2009


Some images from the first Thread Den market day yesterday:




The main part of the market was held in the ballroom of the Lithuanian Club in North Melbourne. Such a great room (once your eyes adjusted to the low level lighting)! Imagine wood floors, chandeliers, fairy lights, and 50's and 60's music playing in the background. I was waiting to see some people dancing across the ballroom floor...


Of course, I can never leave a market empty handed. The above skirt was purchased from my next door neighbour so! indesign. I absolutely love it!


After Thread Den it was off to visit Penny at the Rose Street Artists Market. We had a bit of a wander through the market and I found these lovely pillowcases by Two Layers of Cells. How cute are they? You could choose either the mouse and the house (as above) or a mouse and some cheese. Hubert the rabbit and Pokey the red bear are getting used to their new housemate. 

Then it was home to make pizza and spend the evening with a friend, chatting into the small hours of the night. Why can't every day be Sunday? 

6 comments:

  1. What a fabulous place to have a market - it looks super cool! Absolutely LOVE your new pillowcases (rather in love with your rabbit and bear too!) K

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  2. Great purchases but quite taken with your rabbit!!

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  3. So groovy with the disco ball. Oooo when's the next Market?

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  4. What a great market! The skirt you bought is just gorgeous. How did you go selling?

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  5. Looks like a wonderful market! I am going to try and get to Melbourne at the end of the year and plan to look around some of the fantastic markets!

    Hopefully I will get to see a Rabbit and Duck stall in person!

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