What’s New at Handmade?


Our Christmas Market is going to be huge! With more stalls than ever before, we thought we’d introduce some new designers and producers into the mix to keep our curated offering fresh. All of our stallholders for the December 7, 8 & 9 market are now on the Handmade DIRECTORY, where you can view profiles & product shots and see their websites and socials. But also worth checking out is the directory of NEW STALLHOLDERS, where you can find all of our exciting new talent, just in time to add to your Christmas list.

Clockwise from top left: Jaccob McKay Studios, Nimbikids, Little Hurricane Co, Yolanda Zarins, Mud+Gee, Two Little Tarts, Licence to Grill.

In the category of homewares, we have newcomer, Jaccob McKay Studios. Jaccob is a photographer, artist and craftsman from Melbourne working with sustainable, local and natural materials to create unique jewellery and homewares. Inspired by nature, his pieces combine materials such as copper and wood to create earthy and beautiful pieces.

Little Hurricane Co’s collection of resin and concrete jewellery is also new to Handmade. The pieces are created from botanicals, flowers and natural found objects. Only eco resin is used, free from petroleum bi-products, and the botanicals are all found and pressed locally by designer, Liat Galon.

Mud+Gee produces both tea and bath salts to sell in its “soak & sip bar.” Each product is blended in Mudgee, NSW and presented in eco friendly glass tubes. Buy both as the perfect indulgent gift for a loved one who would relish some time out.

New textiles from Yolanda Zarins incorporate native Australian flora and ornate details found in the gardens and homes in her local neighbourhood. Each print is natural, stylish and one of a kind.

For the children, we are introducing Nimbikids, a small label with big heart that celebrates a simple childhood with big adventures and big dreams. Inspired by vintage style, this childrenswear range will see your little ones looking cool and comfortable over the Summer.

For deliciousness that you might not want to give as a gift but keep for yourself, visit the stall of Two Little Tarts. When you hear about their signature of delicately flavoured Dark Chocolate Honeycomb Shards, we’re fairly sure your mouth will be watering and this little Australian business will be on your list. All the products are made from high quality ingredients using traditional methods with no preservatives or additives. And they’re gluten free.

With the market only five weeks away, now’s definitely the time to do your research and gain inspiration not only from our new stallholders, but everyone who is coming to the market. Head to the directory and watch this space for more news and reviews. See you at the market!