1st November – Handmade and home traders

Carafe Homeware

The fantastic handmade and home market will be on the train station car park on Saturday – 10.00am – 4.00pm.

Ooooh, the nights are drawing in and it’s ALMOST time to turn attention to all things Christmassy – or at the very least some lovely homey goodies to cosy up your living space and handmade lovely stuff to warm your cockles. Thankfully we can deliver, with a heady mix of traders new and established – there are some really innovative modern crafters and home ware suppliers here, along with some wonderful vintage, jewellery and some really interesting art work. Great for presents, even better for yourself!

The line-up of H&H stalls is below but don’t forget that we’ll also have a core of food and drinks traders supplying all your market essentials (bread, cheese, sausages, cake and more) and street food traders galore PLUS real coffee and a guest bar – click here for more details.

Analog Archives: Records, CDs music related art and books – @ManchesterVinyl

Carafe: New and pre-loved home ware cosy hand-crafted knits

Community stall: Friends of the Fallowfield Loop with the bike doctor!

Granny Annie’s: Unique and imaginative painted and decoupage upcycled furniture items with a vintage feel, retro and vintage textiles and other rescued treasures from the past

Hot Pots: Stylish mid-century home wares and beautiful framed vintage fabric – Kate, the owner, is passionate about this period of design and looks forward to seeing you

Inia Design: Delightful artisan coasters, have a random mix or chose a colour theme, plus lovely handcrafted jewellery, including knitted chain cuffs, hand sewn bracelets, soutache braid jewellery, Swarovski rings and loads more

Jen & Tonic Jewellery: Vibrant handcrafted jewellery that is fun to wear – created by local artist Jen Gosling and made from paper and recycled leather – @JenTonicJewel

Jewellsy: Bespoke, handmade and custom designed jewellery and wine glass charms for every occasion – @LoveJeWellsy

Jon Turner Illustration and Creation: Strange and surreal artwork and accessories with a geeky or literary theme – @thisisjonturner

Knit So Plain Jane: Cute woolen babywear and quirky knitted gifts. – @knitsoplainjane

My Moroccan Folly: Handcrafted artisan thuya gifts made by Mohammed Aarab, handmade bags, unique art on parched goat skin from a Moroccan artist, Zinind, and locally and sustainably sourced Argan oil beauty products from Morocco plus pashmina scarves – @MyMoroccanFolly

Naisy: Bespoke textile art, gifts and cards designed to make your heart smile – @naisyhomemade

Olive & Rose Natural Skincare: Beautiful and wholesome skincare, handmade from natural ingredients, carefully chosen and blended for their beneficial effects on your ski with no parabens, no SLS, and no synthetic fragrances or colours – for completely natural beauty – @oliveandrose

Patchouli Beauty: A selection of luxury natural soaps and creams, to awaken your senses and relax your mind

Paul Reid Ceramics: Stunning locally made ceramics – @paulstephenreid

Sarah Brelsford: Stained glass art and recycled tin jewellery – @Sarah Brelsford

Stacy’s Boutique: Jewellery, accessories

Tabula Rasa: Vinyl records, books, music and film related items

The Bottle Lab: Recycled glass ware – @thebottlelab

Tipsy Hedgehog: Vintage glass and china filled with gorgeous smelling candles

Treddling Woman: Handmade fabric bags, lovingly treddled in their little studio in Manchester

Wackyjax Creations: Handcrafted jewellery, cards and gifts

Where the Flowers Grow: Handmade and vintage bags, dresses, kimonos and fabrics

Wolf Whittlers: Hand carved wooden spoons, necklaces, magic wands and more! All items are made using sustainably grown and sourced UK wood

Wooden signs: Hand painted wooden signs – one for every room inn your home

Wraptious: Greeting cards, mounted art prints, gift wrap, mugs – @wraptious

1 Comment

  • October 29, 2014


    I am disappointed about the opening times i work every sat and i have been wanting to head down to the market the last few weeks it has been on. But the market closes too early. I think as it is coming to christmas it should be open for longer or on a sunday aswell.

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