to market, to market…

The yarns, fibres, fabrics, felt and garments are coming out to play!

Fauve Fibres is having a stall at BRISBANE`S MELTING POT craft market on Sat 8th May and Sun 9th May, 11.30am to 5 pm.

the offerings of the stall will include  handspun yarns, handdyed organic merino wool yarn, fibres for spinning, felted goodness and dyed scarves.

Also having an outing are wonderful childrens creations from A Little Original – so come along!

Folkloric traditions, classical compositions and contemporary pop music come together to mark the European influence on a western culture steeped in delicious diversity.

There’s a world of music bubbling away in Brisbane’s diverse communities. This melting pot of multi-culturalism will be celebrated during the monthly series of free entertainment and activities to be held at QPAC’s Cascade Court and Melbourne Street Green.

Traversing the globe from Asia to Europe, Africa and the Americas, Brisbane’s Melting pot will feature an array of ethnic delicacies from local communities including traditional fare, arts and craft, new world music and dance. Obertas, Roz Pappalardo, Alan Boyle and many bands will be there.

Gather your family and friends and join the global citizens of Brisbane’s new world city as we celebrate diversity, community and culture through the universal languages of food art and craft stores and music.

Where Cascade Court and Melbourne Street Green, QPAC

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~ by fauve on April 30, 2010.

2 Responses to “to market, to market…”

  1. Can I copy this and post it to my blog to promote your yarn and my clothes at your stall?

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