Get Crafty At The Flinders Street Market As They Host Craftapalooza!

Get crafty at the Craftapooloza hosted by the Flinders Street Market and Etsy Adelaide on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 July.

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Flinders Street MarketGet crafty at the Craftapooloza hosted by the Flinders Street Market and Etsy Adelaide on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 July.

The free event will celebrate local craft that is that is smart, funny, sarcastic, friendly, cute, rude, arty, curious and happy! The aim is to surprise and delight visitors with every step through the market, and have a good old laugh while doing so.

You will have the opportunity to ‘get crafty’ with a unique line up of workshops including:

Leather Working: Key Fob
Leather Working: Book Cover
Paper Making: 2 Fold Card
Crochet: Granny Squares
Shibori Dyeing: Cusion Covers
Kanzashi Flowers
Wonkie Pet Pots
Origami Animals
Blanket Stitched Felt Wallet

Flinders Street Market is hosting this event as part of an exciting and new ‘special event calendar’ where one weekend a month they dedicate a week to a special theme and stalls are curated accordingly. Their last event, the Adelaide Street Food Party was a phenomenal success and was attended by more than 19,000 people!

If you are not familiar with the Flinders Street Market, it is a small community market open every weekend in the heart of the Adelaide, that has been going since 1999. This little market is a bohemian place to find an unusual gift, have a meal or stroll the stalls. It houses an eclectic mix of stalls – from local arts, crafts, food, farm-grown produce, vintage wares to all sorts of clothing.

Hosted by Flinders Street Market and Etsy Adelaide, 230 Flinders St, Adelaide
Saturday 18 July 2015 – 10am to 3pm
Sunday 19 July 2015 – 10am to 3pm
Cost: FREE
Workshops available from $12
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/347964938735910/

There will also be a mix of vintage wares, bric-a-brac, face painting, food, drinks and desserts over the two days. The market is set up in the big blue shed on Flinders Street, and is very close to Rundle Street, Hutt Street, North Terrace and Victoria Square.

For more information visit: http://www.flindersstreetmarket.com.au

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