2nd August – Handmade and Home Traders

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

Handmade-tastic – this is the market where you get to see the work of some of the North West’s most innovative crafters and designers – and pick up something special for your (or someone else’s – if you’re feeling generous) home to boot. From vintage trucks and Poole pottery to strange and surreal prints and recycled paper jewellery – this is the market for the truly unique and innovative – traders and shoppers alike.

Don’t forget that, aside from all of this wonderfulness, we will have food and drink too – like we do at all our markets, we know you like your food – so click here to see who’s going to be selling food to take home and treats to munch while you shop, and take a look at the info on our bar and seating area too.

Handmade and home sellers this week are –

9unicorns Crystals: Crystals, minerals & second hand goods – @Elaine9unicorns

Analog Archives: Records, cds, cassettes, books and music-related art – @ManchesterVinyl

Brocante Interiors: Vintage objets de maison, with a strong French theme and quirky one off items including metal trunks, restored wooden vintage boxes and enamel kitchenware.

Baby Belle gifts by Angie A: Hand sewn and finished bunting, aprons, tabards, book, lunch, baby changing and shopping bags.

Carafe: Pre-loved and new treasures for the home, hand crafted knitted goods and bespoke metal work (coming soon!) – @carafe_homeware

Darkstar Leatherworks: Handmade leather accessories, guitar straps, wallets, journals, messenger bags and wrist cuffs.

Dave hotchin landscapeman photography: Landscape photography prints of Manchester and beyond – make great gifts framed or not.

Hot Pots: Vintage and retro ceramics, glassware and framed fabrics.

Inia Design: Gorgeous ceramic tiles, knitted chain cuffs and necklaces, wire wrapped rings, hand sewn Soutache pendants and earrings.

Jen and Tonic Jewellery: Handcrafted jewellery made from recycled paper and leather – @JenTonicJewel

Jon Turner Illustration and Creation: Strange and surreal artwork in the form of prints, cards, and originals, plus handmade cufflinks and accessories with a geeky or literary theme – @thisisjonturner

Ma’s Bars: Hand made soap, natural skincare, scented candles and holders – @Masbars1

My Moroccan Folly: Handcrafted thuya wood giftware crafted from the roots and trunk of the thiuya tree – @MyMoroccanFolly

Naisy: Embroidered pictures, and textile homely gifts – @Naisyhomemade

Ness Donnelly: Handmade jewellery from polymer clay, hand stitched cards and notebooks – @nessdonnelly

Northern Letters: Typography themed prints, canvasses, mugs, cushions, tea towels and greetings cards – @northernletters

Oh So Pretty: Stunning handmade aluminum tableware – @ohsoprettyMacc

Olive & Rose: Natural handmade skincare products – @oliveandrose

Paul Reid Ceramics: Hand made ceramic tableware – @paulstephenreid

Sarah Brelsford: Stained glass art and recycled tin jewellery

Tabula Rasa: Vinyl records, books, music, cds and films – @leevinylrecords

Tamzin Forster: Window mounted and framed prints, handmade coasters, paper cut art work, choose-your-own-print – @tamzinforster1

Waterside Willow: handmade willow baskets, willow garden items and small hand carved wooden items.

Wraptious: From a collective of illustrators and artists, truly unique greeting cards, mounted art prints, gift wrap and mugs – @Wraptious

Yew Sew: Beautiful textile items in funky fabrics – cushions, bags, purses and children’s clothing



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