Craft Markets a plenty!

Three craft markets over three weeks in three library locations. Follow the craft circuit and grab a locally made treasure, just in time for the festive season!

Discover a huge range of locally made craft items: decorations, cards, toys, jewellery, candles, produce, knit-wear and of course delicious treats!

What, Where, When?

Annual Craft Fair
Watsonia Library
Saturday 16 November
10.00am - 2.00pm 

Twilight Market
Mill Park Library
Thursday 21 November
6.00pm - 9.00pm 

Mill Park is still accepting Expressions of Interest for stallholders. Fill in the form here. (Closing Friday 1 November)

Home Made, Home Grown Market
Diamond Valley Library
Saturday 23 November
10.00am - 1.00pm 

FAQs

  • Does Thomastown Library have regular Craft Markets?
    YES! There is a monthly market that features, crafts, bric-a-brac, a BBQ, coffee cart and kids craft in partnership with Thomastown Neighbourhood House. See upcoming Markets here.
  • I don't have crafty items but I do have pre-loved clothes and other items i'd love for someone else to get use out of, is there a way I can have a stall/table?
  • Not at our Craft Markets but Whittlesea Library is hosting a Pop-Up Op Shop. Want to book a table? Bookings open 1 November.
  • I want to buy cheaper pre-loved items? Is there a way to do this online from local people?
    Yes! Thomastown Library is hosting a special session to teach you how to buy on eBay and Gumtree, and shop from the comfort of your home. 
DIY Arts & Crafts - Recommended Reading

Make a book, crochet in a day or craft a card! These arts and crafts-based books have a DIY slant. With some of us already looking forward to the holiday season, summer craft markets and Christmas gifts, these suggested reads may inspire you to create your own gifts!











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