Monday, August 9, 2010

Make craft your business (series of Saturday workshops)








This series of Saturday workshops/session is for emerging craft makers interested in starting up their own craft business.
The course will be facilitated by local women who’ve take the leap and made craft their business.
Six Saturdays commencing in May 2011 at Thornbury Women's Neighbourhood House, 131 Shaftesbury Pde, Thornbury
trisha@twnh.vic.edu.au or ring Trisha Collinson on 9480 0466

Monday, July 19, 2010

Images from the winter Made n Thornbury Market



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Made n Thornbury just got warmer

The first winter market was full of warmth.
Thank you to everyone who came along from stall holders to shoppers.

And on a personal note, as organiser of the market, this will be my last Made n Thornbury Market.
To all the makers, bakers and crafters it has been a pleasure working with you all. I wish you well into the future and thank you for helping to make Made n Thornbury such a great community market.
All the best Justine Sless

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Made n Thornbury Just Got Warmer

Join us for an evening of warm winter goodness.
Soups, beanies, felted, knitted and crocheted goodies.

Jams and cakes and some great live music.

Friday 16 July
4 -7PM
99 LEINSTER GROVE Thornbury.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Who's coming to Made n Thornbury

Made n Thornbury just got warmer...
Locally crafted and hand made items from new and emerging designers bring out all of their warm knitted, crocheted and felted delights to enjoy with a bowl of warm soup and to the tinkling sound of live music.
Displayed will be the Victorian Branch of the The Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef Project, created by Margaret & Christine Wertheim, The Institute for Figuring in Los Angeles.
For regular updates visit
www.melbournesatellitereef.blogspot.com
For more information on the Global Hyperbolic Crochet
Coral Reef Project see:
www.crochetcoral.org

Local designers on display include: Mariana Garcia-Katz see and Madeleine Sommers from Very Cherry Stew showing their wares. Miss Ruby Sew & Sew with her lovely wrap around skirts.Jams,chutneys, warming soups from the Sliding Door Cafe a hot chocloate from Friends of Baucau,delicious home baked items from Melbourne Epicure

It's cold outside but thankfully Made n Thornbury just got warmer....

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

FEBRUARY CRAFT STALLS















CHANGE OF DATE FOR THE WINTER MARKET

Made n Thornbury Just Got Warmer Craft Market
will be held on
Friday 16 July
4 -7pm
99 Leinster Grove Thornbury

Thursday, May 13, 2010

CRAFT and COOKING COURSES BY CRAFTY STALL HOLDERS

Made n Thornbury Community Market and Thornbury Women's Neighbourhood House is proud to announce some great new courses coming up in Semester 2 2010 presented by Made N Thornbury Stall holders. For enrolments call 9480 0466



Cathy Avraam from Melbourne Epicure will be presenting:




Cup Cake workshop
Learn the art of cup cake making and decorating
Saturday 14 August
10am - 1pm
Cost: $50 / $40 (materials and ingredients provided)


Christmas Cookie Workshop
Create, decorate and give as lovely Christmas gifts
Saturday 4 December
10am - 1pm
Cost: $50 / $40 (materials and ingredients provided)



Madeleine Sommers from Cherry Stew will be presenting:

September Holiday Program Puppet Making Workshops
Turn cardboard, fabric and everyday objects into shadow puppets and scenery for puppet play in our shadow box theatre. All materials provided.
This two day workshop is suitable for grade 1 upwards.

Thursday 30 September and Friday 1 October
9.30am – 12.30pm
$45
(10% discount for second child)



Saturday Morning Patterns & Stitches
Term 3 - make a warm skirt for the cooler weather
Term 4 - make a wrap around summer dress
Saturday 10am - 12.00noon
Term 3: 31 July – 4 September (6 weeks) $80 / $75


Saturday Afternoon Sewing for Kids
Learn how to sew by hand and with a sewing machine. Bring fabrics, buttons and ribbons and turn them into a bag, cushion, patchwork or your own ‘puppet or softie toy’. (Recommended for 8 years and over).
Saturday 1pm - 3pm
Term 3: 31 July - 4 September (6 weeks)
Term 4: 30 October - 4 December (6 wks each)
$75 (10% discount for second child)


For Enrolment Call Thornbury Womens Nieghbourhood House 03 9480 0466

Made n Thornbury VENUE ANNOUNCEMENT

The Made Thornbury Winter Market will be held at the Leinster Grove Community Hall.
99 Leinster Grove Thornbury.
The building works will be completed intime for the July 22 Market to be held back at the hall.
YAY!

Made n Thornbury July Market Venue

MADE N THORNBURY JUST GOT WARMER
THURSDAY 22 JULY
4 -7PM

WILL BE HELD AT 99 LEINSTER GROVE THORNBURY.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Made n Thornbury Just Got Warmer

As we head into Winter join us Thursday July 22 4 -7PM
for our Winter Market.
Locally made crafts, warm soup, bread.
Winter scarves, beanines, felted toys and a special display from the Coral Reef Project.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

MADE N THORNBURY COMMUNITY CRAFT MARKET

Made n Thornbury Community Market
Locally made crafts, gifts and foods.

Made 'n' Thornbury Mothers Day Market
Saturday April 30, 2011
10am 2.30pm
Leinster Grove Community Hall
Leinster Grove
Thornbury

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For more information call Thornbury Women's Neighbourhood House
03 9480 0466 or email trish@twnh.vic.edu.au

Made n Thornbury Mothers Day Market

Made n Thornbury welcome back some regulars to our market:
Melbourne Epicure, Cherry Stew, Buttons By LouLou, Miss Ruby Sew n Sew... just a few stalls to choose something special for Mother's Day.
We welcome new stall holders The Darebin African Resource Centre will be holding a BBQ, Angie Tenace from Arcadie Delicacies and Jane Naliana with African crafts are just some of the new comers.
Wonder down, browse the stalls, let your children dance and sing to Tuned in Music sessions, enjoy some lunch and our Special Mothers Day Market.
For more information call 03 9480 0466

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Easter Holiday Puppet Making Workshop

Turn cardboard, fabric and everyday objects into shadow puppets and scenery for puppet play in our shadow box theatre.
This two day workshop is suitable for grade 1 upwards
All materials provided
9.30-12.30
Thursday 8 and Friday 9 April
$45 - 10% discount for second child

Enrolments call Thornbury Women's Neighbourhood House 9480 0466

Thursday, February 25, 2010

HAVE A STALL AT THE MADE N THORNBURY MARKET

DATES FOR 2010
Saturday May 1 10 -3pm
Thursday Jully 22 4 -7pm
Saturday 23 October
Saturday 11 December

APPLYING FOR A STALL

Made n Thornbury welcomes applications from new, emerging and established stall holders.
Priority is given to new and emerging crafts people and people living in Darebin.

You can have two stalls per year and be wait listed for other markets.
Priority is given to new stall holders for the December Market.

The July market MADE N THORNBURY JUST GOT WARMER is for winter clothes and food. Scarves, hand knits,felted items and so on.

The May market is full.

To apply a stall call
Thornbury Womens Neighbourhood House on 9480 0466
or email justine@twnh.vic.edu.au

Saturday, February 6, 2010

MADE N THORNBURY 1 WEEK TO GO

Made n Thornbury Community Market
Buy something lovely for the one you love.
The first market of 2010 will be made up of mainly new and emerging stall holders.
Join us on Saturday 13 at 131 Shaftesbusy Pde.
The home of Thornbury Women's Neighbourhood House .
Eat something delicious form the Sliding Door Cafe and Melbourne Epicure.
Buy a hat a brooch a skirt something crafty for your children.
Join in the special children's music session and relax with a coffee from Friends Of Baucau
SATURDAY 13 FEBRUARY
10 3PM
131 SHAFTESBURY PDE

NORTHCOTE LEADER 5 FEBRUARY 2010
Produce proudly made in Darebin
GET ready for delicious cupcakes, hand-made clothing and crafty knick knacks. And it’s all local.
The Made N Thornbury market is back this month, with a variety of local stallholders showing their wares.
Reservoir’s Cathie Avraam is making cupcakes, frittatas and tarts as just some of the culinary delights she will be sell on the day.
Ms Avraam said the market has a fantastic atmosphere, which acts as a little community hub. “You get to see a lot of the stallholders on the day and the customers are really nice and enjoy being there,” she said. “I take my little one and she hangs out at the kids’ craft table, so parents can have a look around.”
Thornbury Women’s Neighbourhood House co-ordinator Justine Sless said the quarterly market has proved so popular that many stallholders have been on a wait list since last May. “The emphasis is on supporting women in micro business - the market stall costs $10 and is kept at a low fee to support new and emerging crafts people and people who make food locally,” she said.
The market holds about 30 stalls and aims to rotate stalls.

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