Fabric-a-brac markets are here so you can get creative
The Fabric-a-brac Sydney Market returns on Saturday, 24th May 2014, from 10am to 3pm at Stanmore Public School.
A wide array of fabric can be purchased on the day
Fabric-a-brac is BACK! The fabric market that encourages people to not only get creative with their own great crafty projects, but also to sell unwanted items to be used for other fabric-a-holics, is returning again, this time setting up shop at Stanmore Public School.
At this "market for makers", you'll find plenty of stalls selling all sorts of fabric, patterns, buttons and craft supplies, at bargain prices. Yep, this is a craft lover's paradise! There will also be workshops by Bobbin & Ink, food by Brooklyn Boy Bagels and live music by Ukestra. You can even get some sage craft advice about your left project from the Make It Collective.
Fabrics of all kinds
Because Fabric-a-brac is a fabric market all about community, creativity and charity, they don't just want you to buy, they want you to give a little back too! So if you want to be a stallholder or if you have fabric or any other items you want to donate that might help other fabric lovers, contact email@example.com.
All proceeds from this event will go to Good Beginnings, a not-for-profit organization that provides better futures for children in vulnerable communities, by providing their parents and guardians with effective early childhood and practical parenting programs.
For information about Fabric-a-brac or to join their mailing list, check them out via any one of the following links below: