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.
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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....