Market pictures

First picture is taken from the top deck of the car ferry M.V. Mirrambeena just before arriving at Roberts Point on North Bruny.  

Approaching Bruny Is on the car ferry

An overview of the Alonnah Hall, four rows of tables, and the light source is a very high atrium.

Inside the Alonnah Hall

I had a wall space so I could hang up my ladies to show off their fancy shawls.

Silk scarves & fabrics on my stall

Iris folding is a bit like crazy log cabin style, done with coloured papers, and placed behind a cut out shape on the card front.

Iris-folding cards

I love these decoupage cards, the edwardian ladies are exqisite.

Decoupage cards

The stall next to me is a photographer with such a huge range of photos, and the cards he has differ from market to market – according to the market location itself.  This time, most of them were pictures taken on Bruny Island – a great hit with the locals.

Cards – photos of Tasmanian places, birds etc.

 The locals loved this table.  Every second person was seen carrying an armful of books or a bundle of magazines.

The book stall

 Beanies to fit all ages from tiny babies or dolls to large adults, as well as hand-knittted woollen socks which were extremely popular.

Knitted winter woollies

This photo doesn’t need any more explanation does it !  Lots of Yum !

The wonderful cake stall

Well, I managed to get the photos up, with a lot of trouble.  Each new one went above the one before and not after, and before all text, so I have done everything back-to-front for it to make any sense.


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