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Vintage markets return after huge success

WELCOME RETURN: The Vintage Rummage and Crafty Stuff Mini-Market will be held at Bridget Bunchy on Saturday, September 24.
WELCOME RETURN: The Vintage Rummage and Crafty Stuff Mini-Market will be held at Bridget Bunchy on Saturday, September 24. Contributed

FOLLOWING the success of the first Vintage Rummage and Crafty Stuff Mini-Market, the markets will be returning this weekend.

Held this Saturday from 1-4pm at Bridget Bunchy, the markets are perfect for any vintage junkie, DIY crafter or lover of sweet things.

 

The markets, which were first held in April, proved to be a great success and attracted many eager shoppers.

Subsequently, organisers have decided to hold another event.

The markets will feature a diverse mix of stalls selling a bowerbird's fantasy of vintage wares mixed with crafty goods.

There will be rummage tables selling a wide range of items including sweet vintage collectables, vintage and retro clothes, accessories, furniture, craft materials, fabric, buttons and haberdashery, linen and lace, wool and yarn, patterns, comic books and tassels and lampshades.

With more than 300sq m of vintage crafty wonderland to explore, there is sure to be something for everyone.

You never know what you will find, but that is the thrill of the rummage.

Stallholders will be bringing a range of handmade items plus their own private collection of vintage/crafty pieces for sale.

The markets are also a great opportunity to visit Bridget Bunchy's Recycled Gallery, which features the work of more than 30 local Granite Belt artists.

 

DJ Kitty Kat will also be there on the day, busting out some soulful tunes.

Grab your friends and head out to enjoy a late afternoon indulging in sweet treats and refreshments while you rummage the mini market.

In the bohemian lounge space there will be gold coin donation afternoon tea and Baked By Liberty will be serving up a dreamy range of sweet treats in which to indulge.

As this event will take place indoors, the markets will be an all-weather event, with all ages welcome to visit and explore.

 

For any inquiries regarding the markets, contact Bridget Bunchy owner Isabella Torrisi on 0418957227 or email isabella@bridgetbunchy .com.au.

Topics:  bridget bunchy, craft, diy, vintage rummage and crafty stuff mini-market



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