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"Janet Stockton will be displaying her amazing crafts this Saturday 25th May and also 8th and 22nd June. See our photos for the Kiwiana clocks, pictures and garden crafts she has available. If you're looking for winter scarves, hats, mittens, wheat bags, jackets or bed socks we are just the place for you. Browse in the comfort of our warm, friendly under-cover market."
"Visit Howick Village this weekend where Kiwiana is being promoted as a specialty. While there, make sure you visit us at 'Classy Crafts' where Kiwiana is promoted every Saturday. We specialise in Kiwiana made by Kiwis. Our warm, friendly, inside, under cover market is held every Saturday morning at the All Saints' Community Centre, 30 Cook Street, Howick from 9am-1pm. How do you find us? We are at the lower end of Howick Village, just around the corner from the little Selwyn Church and opposite Subway, the Barrel Inn and Tea & Coffee Lovers. Yes, Howick has 2 markets to visit on a Saturday morning. Each is vibrant, with its attractive eye catching wares which complement and enhance the local businesses known for the variety of goods offered and their wonderful service. Come to Howick and experience the wonderful cafes and eateries. The ambience, arts, crafts, farmers' produce and friendliness of the local people combine to make a memorable experience."
"We have now been open for 12 Saturdays and have 55 crafters on our books. All items are made in New Zealand and are of excellent quality. Our final market for the year is Saturday 18th December and crafters are booking for 2011 when we start on Saturday 5th February. The stalls on 18th Dec include bone carving, garden mosaics, painted 'cat' rock door stops, lasered wood crafting (coasters, business card holders,gift boxes), quilting, felting, prints by Helene Henare, soy candles, Tongan carving, tapa cloth Christmas decorations, dried flower arrangements, Christmas table arrangements, castille guest soaps, paua and Swarovski crystal jewellery, wood turning with inlay and gold leaf gilding, kiwiana fabrics, knitted and sewn crafts, beautifully dressed dolls, traditional Christmas decorations, wood turned clocks (including all workings) and children's rocking chairs, uniquely shaped blackboards, sterling silver and gold filled, wire sculptured jewellery, cards, and recycled items."
"We have now been open for 8 Saturdays. The standard of the crafts available is outstanding and we now have over 40 talented crafters on our books. Christmas gifts at reasonable prices are being purchased by discerning buyers who are returning for further purchases. This market is definitely worth a visit."
"More crafters joining this new market each week. Range of crafts this weekend includes delicate hand embroidery, ceramics, wood turning including inlay, chn's quilts, candles, jewellery (silver:ceramic:paua:beaded: bridal), cards, knitted garments, lasered woodwork, embossed wine glasses, garden ornaments, twisters and unique handmade dolls."
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