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by Neil Follett (subscribe)
I'm a retired photographer living in Lilydale mainly researching and writing on Australian aviation history. Now writing more on general subjects.
Published April 2nd 2022
See the artisans plying their trade
This is truly a market of artisans. Many practice their skills while manning their stall. Some were womaning their stall.

Whitehorse market.
Some of the stalls.

This was a large market. Apart from the usual numerous stalls along the service road and under the veranda of the civic centre, two inside rooms were full of stalls.

Indoor market stalls.
Two of the indoor stalls and a veranda one.

Teapots are almost a rarity these days, so I was surprised to see a colourful range of teapot cosies. To cover all bases, coffeepot cosies were also available.

Tea and Coffee cosys and some lead lighting.
Tea and Coffee cosys and some lead lighting.

The maker of the tea and coffee cosies said that loose leaf teas were making a comeback. This was borne out by Kerry-Ann who makes hand-crafted tea blends under the name of Twig Tea.

Twig tea
Kerry-Ann and her teas.


Teas & teapot.
She even has a teapot.


Many hand-knitted products were available from many stalls.

Hand knitted items.
Many hand knitted items were at many stalls.

If passing one stall you feel you are being watched, you probably are, by a number of very life-like mannequin heads wearing warm and colourful beanies.

head mannequins.
Keeping your head warm.

Miss Cuddles, aka, Liz, displayed a huge range of her cushions.

cuddly goods.
Liz and her cuddlies.


Art and craft markets are ideal places to buy a gift for someone who thinks they have everything. How about a unique tealight featuring their favourite tipple. They are actually candles with the base of the liquor bottle removed and sitting over the tealight.

tea lights.
Phil and his tea lights.


tea lights.
These would lighten up your bar.

Exquisite by design and detail was a range of eggs, certainly not the eating variety.

Beautiful eggs.
The beauty is in the detail.

Wood products are always attractive and Stephen's Recycled Wooden Things were not only attractive but practical.

Recycled wood products.
Stephen caught in the act of recycling.

Wooden toys with a difference would be an accurate description of Matt Brennan's woodcraft. They are unique, detailed and a joy to just look at.

Wooden toys.
These are too nice to play with.

Another unique range of products is MD, Market Delights. The delights are hard to describe. They are mostly silhouettes all hand-cut by George with his ultra-fine fretsaw. They are real works of art.

Market Delights.
These are certainly delightful.

For all the little princesses, Blitz for Bubs would be a must stop. The range is extensive and handmade by Kaitlyn.

Clothes for princesses.
Kaitlyn and her creations.


Shades of Tui are handmade lampshades made by Tui. They would brighten up any room with their colourful designs and patterns.

Lamp shades.
These will brighten up your room.

There were only a few food stalls and disappointedly not one coffee outlet.

Market stalls.
Some of the food stalls.

Only two stalls were selling plants. Potted plants and cacti in small containers.

cacti
Cacti in a cup.


plants
These were selling fast.


This art, craft and produce market is held on the fourth Sunday of the month. The dates for the rest of 2022 are listed on the card below.

market dates
Mark these dates. Free entry and parking.


Most markets are an interesting morning out, even if you don't buy anything, but rarely does that happen, especially this one at the Whitehouse civic Centre.

White horse.
You are in the City of Whitehorse.
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Why? It's an unique experience
When: Fourth Sunday of the month.
Where: Whitehorse Civic Centre, Nunawading. Melways map: 48. G.9.
Cost: Free
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The beanies look awesome!
by 23and (score: 2|103) 238 days ago
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