Saturday, May 29, 2010

re-sew-cool kits are making their way into a shop or two. . .

Hi there visitors!

We've been slowly but steadily sneaking some of our wares out into the world, beyond our online outlets. This process takes time, but we aim to have at least one stockist for each Australian state or territory by the end of the year.

For now, here are a few new, actual, physical, non-virtual places to buy re-sew-cool kits.

1. Cygnet Market, Town Hall, Mary Street, Cygnet, Tasmania 

Our friend Sue knows handmade; she lives and breathes it, in a beautiful part of the world.

google earth helped provide this view of Tasmania, from the south looking northwards

We don't have enough space here to trot out a list of all the stuff that Sue can make herself, but here's a small sample: houses, yarns, food gardens, windows, drawings, clothing, toys, homewares, caravans, beer, photographs, bread, preserves. . .

Anyway, she holds a stall at this town hall market every first and third Sunday of the month. It's a farmers'/ growers'/ produce market, whatever you prefer to call it.

Alongside Sue's own foodie wares, which vary depending on what she's recently harvested, Sue also sells re-sew-cool kits.

She's CEO of our Tasmanian operations! If you're down that way, or if you're lucky enough to live nearby, check out Sue's stall.

2. Nook, West End, Queensland

This week we sent off a selection of kits to another intriguing shop championing the handmade and indie, this time way north.

Look, it's nook!

Lovely to to have a tiny spot in Brisbane. Here's another angle of their shop - purdy alright!

3. Little Shop Of, Carnegie, Victoria

And last but not least, and closer to our Melbourne hidey hole, we have an emporium of indie goodness in Carnegie,

8 Woorayl Street, Carnegie, in fact, conveniently located close to the railway station. We're talking about Little Shop Of, and it's open: -

WEDNESDAY 11am - 6pm
THURSDAY 11am - 6pm
FRIDAY 11am - 6pm
SATURDAY 10am - 4.30pm

Look at their sweet postcard - right up our alley!

Nighty night!

1 comment:

  1. Yay, good to see your lovely kits are getting out and about. Tassie is still a challenge to Betty Jo. I have one stockist in Latrobe, but would love some more!
    And must get over to Carnegie soon. It seems as far away as Tassie to this inner north dweller!