TCF2013 Programme - Tasmanian Craft Fair

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TCF2013 Programme - Tasmanian Craft Fair
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World of Marbles, Sheffield
Welcome to the
2013 Tasmanian Craft Fair.
contents
Enjoy the fair
p03
Feature artist
p04
Emerging artist
p05
Venue Map
p10 -11
The Tasmanian Craft Fair is the largest art and craft fair in
Australia and it is a working fair, so there is something of
interest for everyone.
Whether you enjoy blacksmithing or
calligraphy, gourmet food and wine or
watercolours, you can view exhibits, attend
workshops, buy products, or simply watch
artisans at work.
The Craft Fair is organised by the Deloraine
Rotary Club and raises funds for the Club’s
local, national and international community
projects.
Tasmanian Craft Fair history p12
Quilting Exhibition
p14
Director’s message
p15
Stallholder list
This year’s Fair is one of the first Tasmanian
events to be a ‘no plastic bag zone’, under
the Government’s ban on plastic shopping
bags. This continues the Fair’s commitment
to making the event environmentally friendly and sustainable.
p6-9, 16-17
Entertainment schedule
p18
TCF Awards
p19
The Tasmanian Government is proud to support the Craft Fair
and to sponsor the $10,000 Premier’s Award for excellence.
Lara Giddings MP
Premier
Minister for the Arts
Mix And
Match
TCF2013
1-4 November, 2013
Fri, Sat, Sun: 9am-5pm /
Mon 9am-4pm
Free shuttle bus service
between venues
Entry Fees
• Adult $15
• Adult weekend pass $25
• Children 10-16 $7
• Children weekend pass $10
Entry fee provides access
to all venues.
Tickets may be purchased at
any one of the gates
during the event.
All Craft Fair
inquiries should
be made to the
Secretary,
Proud sponsors.
0411 116 480
Come and enjoy a free taste!
Brown Brothers Family wines
celebrating 125 years.
Program design:
The Examiner
enjoy [yellow tail] responsibly
TA1202151
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Cover design:
Clockwork Beehive
Venue 5, Gourmet Festival.
TA1193510
Where to eat
Venue 1 - Community Centre
Velocci Coffee: Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate, Brownies and Cookies
Deloraine Football Club Social Committee: Mixed Plates (eg
sandwiches, slices, scones), Tea and Coffee
TCF2013 features a range of activities for all ages. A fleet of
free buses will operate continuously between the 12 venues,
allowing you to get around the Fair with ease.
Venue 2 - Bowls Club
Highlights of this year’s Fair include:
Venue 5 – Alveston Drive
Bowls Club: Toasted Sandwiches, Devonshire Teas, Saveloys, Fruit
Salad and Ice Cream, Hot and Cold Drinks
FEATURE ARTIST:
Tamar Valley Woodfired Catering: Woodfired Pizzas, Woodfired
Lamb and Pork Rolls, Soft Drinks, Water and Juice
Internationally acclaimed textile artist Alison
Festival Mushrooms: Tempura Mushrooms
Holt, who specialises in machine embroidery,
Tassie Sweet & Savoury Stixs: Spanish Donuts, Potato Twist
creating landscapes with texture and depth that
almost transport you into the image created.
Find her exhibition in the Community Complex
at Venue 5.
Langdale Farm: Pork Sausages
Lions Club of Deloraine: Hamburgers, Steak Sandwich, Egg and
Bacon Sandwiches, Saveloys, Cold Drinks
Velocci Coffee: Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate, Brownies and Cookies
EMERGING ARTIST:
Mount Gnomon Farm: Beef and Pork Sausages, Tacos
In this, the Year of the Snake, it is fitting that “Snake Artist” Bill
Pig and Fig (Tasmania): Succulent Tasmanian Pork Loin Steak:
Served Hot Off The Grill In Fresh Bread With A Fig and Apple
Glaze, Mesculin Greens and Sour Cream and Chives
Flowers has been named our Emerging Artist for 2013. His work is
on display in the Community Complex at Venue 5.
QUILTING EXHIBITIONS:
Mountain Fresh Fruit Juice: Mountain fresh fruit juice
Seven Sheds Brewery: Kentish ale, sparkling dry cider
Finalists in the 2013 Rotary Hoffman Challenge, through the
Moo Brew: Range of Moo Brew Beers
Tasmanian Craft Fair, will be exhibited alongside works from
Native Point Wine: Tasmanian premium wines
acclaimed quilters Ken Smith, Julie Haddrick (on behalf of Bernina
Tasmanian Chilli Beer Co: Non-alcoholic handcrafted beverages
quilts) and Leesa Chandler in the Rotary Pavilion at Venue 5a.
GOURMET FESTIVAL AND PANTRY:
Some of Tasmania’s finest producers will be on show – come along
and enjoy lunch, or browse the stalls for some yummy goodies to
take home, at Venue 5.
BLACKSMITH DEMONSTRATIONS:
Some of Tasmania’s best working artist blacksmiths will showcase
their ancient craft... See them in action at the Showgrounds at
Venue 7.
CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES:
Take some time out in the open spaces of Rotary Park, have
something to eat and challenge the kids to Zorb Ball, fishing and
archery at Venue 8. Plus a jumping castle at Venue 7 and face
painting at Venue 5.
TAKE A BREAK:
The Australian Breastfeeding Association will again provide a
relaxing haven for families at Venue 5 (Community Complex) and
Venue 7. (in the Showgrounds secretary’s office).
Sponsors
The support of our sponsors is vital in making the Tasmanian Craft Fair a
success. We would like to thank the following for their contributions and
recommend these businesses to you: The Tasmanian Government, Rotary
Club of Deloraine, Craft Arts International, Brown Brothers and Devil’s
Corner, Bendigo Bank/Deloraine Community Bank, Casella Wines, Step
Forward Orthotics, Tasmanian Alkaloids and iHealth Saunas. Also to our
media partners: The Examiner newspaper and Southern Cross Television.
Venue 7 - Showground
Deloraine Show Society: Hot Chips, Steak Sandwiches,
Hamburgers, Egg & Bacon Rolls, Kransky - Smoked or Cheese,
Vegetarian Pasties, Chicken & Camembert Pies, Sausage Rolls,
Wedges, Sandwiches, Cakes, Hot & Cold Drinks
Venue 8 - Rotary Park
Cable Station - Restaurant & Accommodation: Local Crayfish
Bisque, Pan Seared Stanley Scallops With Pernod, Cream and
Fresh Parsley Sauce, Char-grilled Octopus With Basil Pesto and
Balsamic Reduction
Tas Game and Gourmet: Abalone, Scallop or Game Souvlaki, and
Game Burgers, Smoked Venison Cheese Kransky, Cheese Wrap,
Wedges, Hartz Cordial
Original Baked Potatoes: Baked potatoes with butter, bacon, sour
cream, cheese, coleslaw and hot toppings
Moss-side Berries Pancake Van: Fresh Cooked Pancakes Topped
With Blueberry and Raspberry Sauce and Icecream
Van Diemen’s Land Creamery: Gelato and Icecream Served in a
Cup or Cone and Milkshakes
Glennroys: Hot and Cold Coffee Beverages
Diamond Dynasty Pty Ltd: Dim Sims, Prawn Toast, Honey Chicken,
Sweet and Sour, Fried Rice
Hilda’s Kitchen Catering Service: Hot food - International, Asian,
Australian
Woodfired Foods: Portuguese basted chicken, kebabs, ribs
Elgaar Organic Dairy: Cheese, platters, grilled, dairy
White Rock Vineyard: Wine - Pinot noir, riesling, sparkling
Pagan Cider: Apple and cherry ciders
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Enjoy
the fair
feature artist
Alison Holt
U
K textile artist Alison Holt, who specialises in machine
Her exhibition and working demonstrations at TCF2013 will
embroidery, creates landscapes with texture and depth that
be her first visit to Australia, which she is very excited about.
almost transport you into the image created.
Visit Alison at her exhibition in Venue 5.
“I aim to make a connection with people through my work, to
transport them to a place and a moment in time,” she says.
“I am inspired by the detail in nature, the patterns, rhythms and
textures. I want to create an emotional response in the viewer to
the landscape that is important
to me.”
Each of Alison’s pieces is a
combination of silk painting
and stitch. The painting creates
depth, perspective and richness
to the work and combines
“I aim to make a connection
with people through my work,
to transport them to a place
and a moment in time.”
effectively with stitch to give detail and texture.
“I started to explore my love of the countryside, flowers and
gardens through the medium of embroidery, finding it the perfect
vehicle to express the colours, textures and shapes I find so
In the Frost and Mist
fascinating,” she said.
“I try to combine in my compositions a sense of light and an
interesting juxtaposition of colour, shape and texture. I aim to
capture moments in time as an artist who has colour, line and
texture to play with.
“I consider myself a painter that uses threads, an artist that draws
with a sewing machine.”
Alison says she is inspired by the rich countryside and changing
seasons around her home on Shropshire/Welsh border.
“The Shropshire plain stretches for miles with its patchwork of
Dancing in the Breeze
fields, gentle rolling hills, a wealth of woodlands and the drama
of mountains and waterfalls further into Wales,” she said.
“Add into this mix of imagery the four seasons, with spring and
summer flowers, autumn colours, winter snow and frost and the
inspiration for me is endless.”
Alison exhibits her embroideries in the UK at the Chelsea Flower
Show and other venues. 
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Rolling over the Rocks
emerging artist
Bill Flowers
Bill Flowers Snake Book
T
he Emerging Artist for TCF2013 is Bill Flowers, better known
as the “Snake Artist”. Having grown up around wildlife and art,
“I went out and sketched snakes ‘faceto-face’ in their natural habitat, in the
hope to portray some of the excitement
and sense of danger into my art.”
combining these two passions was a natural progression for Bill.
“I can’t remember not being an artist, I’ve always drawn and
painted,” he said. “I have some drawings of animals I did when
I was six, so there has always been an interest.”
Bill has worked with animals for most of his adult life, being a snake
Bill’s philosophy of always drawing from real life has gotten him into
handler, wildlife rescuer and zoo keeper at Devils @ Cradle and
some sticky situations at times.
Trowunna Wildlife Park.
“I think a lot of my models have struck out at me when I got too
“I started printing wildlife t-shirts in 1992 when I saw that there
close,” he said. “I respect the animals and give them a bit of space.
was a gap in the market. I created ‘Creature T-shirts’ and ended up
“If I have removed a snake from someone’s backyard I will look
supplying my designs Australia-wide,” he said.
the snake over to see if it is healthy, often that’s when I get out the
“I would screen-print late into the night to keep up with the orders,
sketch book.
while orphan wombats and wallabies would play at my feet. The
“A page in my sketch book has Tasmanian devil fang marks in it,
and not to mention the tiger snake that squirted venom right onto
“Ten years later this interest led me to work at Trowunna Wildlife Park
another page of the same book. I know there’s even a bit of my
where I was involved in a lot of wildlife rehabilitation. I got to know
own blood among those pages somewhere.
and understand Tasmanian devils, while continuing to paint, draw
and print wildlife.”
In the early 1990s Bill began rescuing snakes and performing snakehandling shows.
“I would often draw these and some people joked
that I was a snake artist,” he said.
“Years later in 2007 I was working with Tasmanian devils at Cradle
Mountain. In the isolation I had time to think about what I want to
do in the next chapter of my life. I realised that my two best skills
were snake handling and drawing. So I became the ‘Snake Artist’!
“I went out and sketched snakes ‘face-to-face’ in their natural
“But it is all part of life’s great adventure!”
Bill will exhibit a range of his work at TCF2013, including his new
series of hand-made artist books with a printed snake that folds
out, featuring an image that is a screen-print, linocut, collagraph or
etching.
“I can’t wait to see people’s reaction to my artist books, paintings
and prints,” he said.
“This will be the biggest art event I’ve ever been a part of. I’m not
sure what to expect, but I’m always willing to dive in a take a risk.
“I was a bit surprised (to be named the Emerging Artist), but then
habitat, in the hope to portray some of the excitement and sense of
again, 2013 is the year of the snake!” 
danger into my art.”
Visit Bill at his stall at Venue 5, stall 522
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animals ended up taking over my studio.
VENUE 1
Community Centre
101 Kath & Neil Goodall
P.O. Box 206, Mt Barker, SA
08 8388 9102. Silver and gold
bracelets, necklaces, earrings, rings.
102 Benjamin Timber Studio Tony Mercorella 5 Benjamin St,
Newton, SA 0414 307 442. Uniquely
designed furniture - bookshelves,
ornamental shelves.
103 Dolls-N-Things - Barry Hingston
19 Van Diemen Ave, Summerhill, Tas.
03 6343 6635. Rag Dolls, clothes and
accessories.
104 Nostalgia Tasmania Adrienne Charles P.O. Box 208,
Claremont, Tas 0401 300 710. Cross
stitch kits (historic Tasmanian homes),
cards, watercolours.
105 Goldfinch Josephine van den Berg P.O. Box
478, North Hobart, Tas 0428 411 000.
Fine merino, cotton textiles for baby,
body and home - blankets, clothing.
106 Rhonda’s Art - Rhonda Garward
14 Bourbon St, Wyoming, NSW
0412 007 448. Mixed media artwork,
prints, card, bookmarks.
107 Crafty Jack - Jackie Sanders
St. Andrews Beach, Vic 0400 400 749.
Fabric bags, casual, waterproof,
Advent calendars, stockings.
108 Gift of the Gab - Gabrielle Writer
56 Earlsfield Rd, Hampton, Vic
0412 402 715. Glass, resin, shell
jewellery, bookmarks, greeting cards.
109 Gee Raf - Kathleen Einsiedel
12 Cummins Rd, East Brighton, Vic
0400 998 717. Personalised pencil cases,
purses, notebooks, patchwork gifts.
110 Paintings by Rhyllis Rhyllis Chambers 4 Murfet Cr,
Devonport, Tas 0448 241 638.
Watercolours and oil paintings.
111 June Hope Textile Art June Hope 51 Risby St, Ulverstone,
Tas 0409 416 196. Textile wearable art
felt-making hats, bags, scarves,
accessories.
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112 J. Lee Designs - Jo-anne Lee
P.O. Box 232, Mooroolbark Vic
0419 486 977. Paper craft pictures,
calico and mohair bears, Christmas
decorations.
116 Gayetha Designs Gaye Townley 50 Loatta Rd,
Lindisfarne, Tas 0407 335 843.
Lampwork and beaded necklaces,
bracelets, earrings, key rings, hair clips,
Christmas decorations.
VENUE 4
117 Stitched by Me - Denise Bakes
14 Serre Rd, Kingston, Tas 0407 396 945.
Babies, childrens and adults smocked
garments, baby blankets, kits.
VENUE 5
118 Market Place Crafts Aviva Designs - Aviva Kalagas
36 Valda Ave, Mont Albert North.
Vic 0412 750 426. Designed
and handpainted rugbys, t-shirts,
reversible vests, hats, jackets.
119 Group Dimension - Jane Hofto
1/135 Malunna Rd, Lindisfarne, Tas
0477 429 157. Handcrafted jewellery
enhanced with beads and wire brooches, earrings, pendants.
120 More Than Skin Deep Eraine Reid 21 Pregnells Rd, Allens
Rivulet, Tas 0419 516 917. Chemical
free skin care products, essential oils,
massage oils, bath and shower products.
VENUE 2
Bowls Club
201 Lark Distillery - Bill Lark
14 Davey St, Hobart, Tas 0418 123 457.
Manufacturer of unique Tasmanian
Spirits, single malt whisky.
202 Jan Green Handmade Felt Janet Green 94 Hillwood Jetty Rd,
Hillwood, Tas 0408 973 502. Handmade
felt scarves, wraps, knee rugs.
203 The Owl & The Pussy Cat Steve & Jan Blakeney 557 Weetah Rd,
Weetah, Tas 0439 421 911. Tasmanian
Timber furniture & soft-sculpture cats.
204 Leadlight by Design - Sandra
Stening
56 Jane St , Bracknell, Tas 03 6349 1128.
Leadlight suncatchers, candleholders,
mirrors
205 Rare Bags - Jessica Rettig
391A Brightwater Rd, Howden, Tas
0447 521 315. Handmade bags
(using recycled fabrics), backpacks,
messenger, slouch bags
206 Carmen Reuter
2567 Wilmot Rd, Devonport, Tas
03 6492 1368. Glass and sterling silver
jewellery, art glass decorative and
functional.
113 Miss Haidee - Haidee Neill
3441 Channel Hwy Woodbridge Tas
0408 747 462. Handmade childrens
clothing from recycled vintage and
retro fabrics.
207 The Little Chopper - Craig Cashion
11 Van Gogh Crt, Newnham, Tas 0408
384 595. Timber chopping, carving,
cheeseboards.
114 Fields of Clover Marianne Bradman 117 Mt
Robertson Rd, New Gisborne, Vic
0408 351 137. Fused glass, lampwork,
beads and jewellery.
VENUE 3
115 Candalaraine Alpacas Lorraine Barnett 2035 Main Neerim
Rd, Neerim South, Vic 0415 368 256.
Alpaca wear, sweaters, socks, gloves,
scarves, slippers.
St Mark’s Anglican Church
Visit the Floral Display provided by
various Deloraine organisations, in this
heritage church, built in 1859.
Guide Books are available for a
donation, and please ring the bell
as you leave. Everyone is welcome
to our Sunday service of Holy
Communion at 9.00am
Community Shed
A workshop facility where
men and women learn, share and
improve their woodworking skills.
Community Complex
500 World of Marbles - Jan Clay
34 Main St, Sheffield, Tas 0418 816 303.
Contemporary art glass, marbles,
sculptures, jewellery, oil and pencil
paintings.
501 Candle Inspirations Maureen Bennetts 840 Frankford
Hwy, Glengarry, Tas 0423 113 741.
Carved candles
502 Clifford How Fine Art Clifford How 59 Benvenue Rd, St
Leonards, Tas 0417 510 598. Oil
paintings of Tasmanian landscapes
503 Pa-Sawan - Sarayut Hanchanlert
59 Emu Bay Rd, Deloraine, Tas
0488 215 572. Knitwear.
504 Spiral Creations Jewellery Knut Mueller 28 Cecilia St, St Helens,
Tas 0438 636 100. Handcrafted gold,
sterling silver and palladium jewellery,
some with gemstones - earrings,
pendants, rings.
505 Sashiko Design - Kiyomi Reid
P.O. Box 317, South Hobart, Tas 0417
597 539. Textile and leather handbags
and accessories.
506 Smitten Merino - Carl Mason
85 Channel Hwy, Taroona, Tas
0408 094 594. Merino wool dresses,
cardigans, skirts, scarves.
507 Joanna Gair Paper Studio Joanna Gair 15 Waverley Rd, Don,
Tas 0405 742 174. Handmade
papers, greeting cards, prints and
original art works.
508 Christine Hannan Glass Christine Hannan 23 Warragul St,
Norwood, Tas 0448 699 746. Glass
bowls, plates, panels, sculptural forms.
509 Thomas Westra Lisbeth Westra 5 Shelley Rd, Mokuya,
NSW 0434 114 212. Metal sculptures.
510 Noox Anouk - Da Silva
19 Outram St, West Launceston,
Tas 0400 043 628. Polymer clay
handmade beads and silver jewellery,
pencil drawings.
511 Isabel Audrey - Tanya Trotter
23 Pinnsley Dr, St. Leonards, Tas
0417 728 032. Millinery, hats, pieces,
racewear pieces, winter cloche.
514 Kai Kai Collections Lyndelle Flintoff 13 Wattle Crt, Jan
Juc, Vic 0409 350 931. Silver and gold
designer jewellery .
515 Longbeach Wood Design Anthony Hoffrichter 5 Pink Lady Lane,
Harcourt, Vic 0412 898 928. Timber
jewellery/document boxes, wood pens,
photo cards, prints.
516 Mockingbird Glass - Greg Ash
128 Second Ave, Mt Lawley, WA
0432 289 200. Glass sculptures, wall
hangings, functional glass and jewellery.
517 Simon Raffan - Simon Raffan
620 Weegena Rd, Weegena Tas 03 6368
1303. Tableware in wood and clay,
chairs, tables, stools.
518 Liz Derksen - Sewing
519 Harper & Edie - Michele Taylor
306 St Helena Rd, St. Helena, Vic
0488 363 602. Women’s clothing,
dresses, vests, t-shirts, skirts, scarves.
520 Rina Art - Jeanette James
84 Springfield Ave, West Moonah,
Tas 0400 531 668. Contemporary and
traditional aboriginal shell and echidna
quill jewellery .
521 Ditchfield Designs - Jan Ditchfield
5 Glasgow Rd, Hawthorndene, SA
0408 855 680. Handpainted fine merino
wool, shirts, wraps, scarves, tops, silk
scarves.
522 Emerging Artist - Bill Flowers –
“Snake Artist”.
523 Bismarck Metal Craft Ken Bradford 6 Grigg St, Deloraine, Tas
0407 390 211. Metal craft knives, cutlery,
hunting knives, pewter ware .
524 Marlene Ray - 751 Quamby
Brook Rd, Deloraine, Tas 0438 823 062.
Reclaimed timber furniture.
525 The Shell Necklace Makers Lola Greeno P.O. Box 16, Riverside,
Tas 0407 530 503. Shell necklaces,
bracelets, earrings.
526 Red Parka Design - Jennifer Skelly
26 Mungala Cr, Devonport, Tas 0406 090
818. Illustration - prints, cards, giftwrap,
pendants, magnets.
527 Tasmanian Highland Art Anita Nelson 28 Lochiel Dr, Miena, Tas
0427 546 606.Scrimshaw, woodwork,
deer antler crafts.
528 Dick & Dora - Mel French
13 Keith White Cr, Mt Stuart, Tas 0408
303 126. A collection of Christmas
decorations and statement hand
finished jewellery.
529 Ishshoes - Margot Beckett
1055 Colac Lauers Hill Rd, Barongarook,
Vic 0408 386 559. Leather footwear adults and children
512 Joanne Mitchelson/Fine Art &
Harp Music - Joanne Mitchelson
30 Five Acre Row, Westbury, Tas
0408 133 151. Original watercolour
paintings, limited edition prints.
530 Emily Snadden Design Emily Snadden 16 Mitcham Rd,
Claremont, Tas 0409 801 270.
Handmade jewellery manufactured
precious metals,natural gemstones.
513 Sonja C - Sonja Cook
P.O. Box 134, Franklin, Tas 0438
177 917. Leather handbags and
accessories.
531 Joseph Austin - 39 Moore Park
Rd, Centennial Park, NSW 0403 622 845.
Limited edition etchings, gift cards,
calendars.
533 Arcana Kaleidoscopes Robert Cook 217 Auburn Rd,
Hawthorn, Vic 0412 288 547.
Hand-crafted brass and copper
kaleidoscope, jewellery and
prepared fossils.
534 Elliott My Dear Sarah & Hamish Elliott 8 Clegg
Rd, Fern Tree Tas 0411 609 926.
Oil painting and artwork based
accessories - prints, brooches, pocket
mirrors.
535 Nic Daley Photography Natalie Daley P.O. Box 273, Kings
Meadows, Tas 0439 305 465. Fine art
photography.
536 Silvermist Studio - Tim Peel
P.O. Box 187, Healesville, Vic
0412 405 220. Fine handcrafted silver
and gold jewellery set with beautiful
gemstones.
537 Darren Meader Artworks Darren Meader 13 Galvin St, South
Launceston, Tas 0429 168 225. Oil
paintings on canvas (framed and
unframed), watercolour paintings.
538 Fibre Red - Kim Simon
64 Goldsmith St, Elwood,Vic
0421 824 956. Handmade garments
and accessories, sleeved and
sleeveless tops, skirts, pants.
539 The Grace Collection Grace Levis 42/193 Bilga Crt,
Malabar, NSW 0412 899 989. Felting
ceramic, Christmas decorations,
buttons and accessories.
540 Belinda Kurczok & Daniel Szczerba Belinda Kurczok 30 Weld
St, South Hobart, Tas 0408 503 564.
Bird paintings and wood sculpture.
546 Gordon Harris Leadlights Gordon Harris 347 Glen Osmond
Rd, Glen Osmond, SA 0417 687 201.
Leadlight and fused glass lamps,
giftware, suncatchers, Christmas
decorations.
547 Birds Gallery - Brigitas Vaidas
& Zvirblis Lastauskaite 236 High
St, Kew, Vic 0428 781 506. Ceramic
bells and windchimes.
548 Glass of Fire - Christine Stewart
64 Main St, Eungai Creek, NSW
0400 014 362. Dichroic glass jewellery
and kiln formed homewares.
549 Noushka - Nina Goldbaum
P.O. Box 1133, Elsternwick, Vic
0415 958 263. Postage stamp cuff
links, pendants, badges, storage
display - coat racks, key hooks.
550 Lesley Chaston Artist Designer 18 Calvert Pde, Newport,
NSW 0450 358 101. Ceramic
painting, jewellery making.
551 Tasmanian Scarf Co. Lachlan Davey P.O. Box 417,
Launceston, Tas 0488 005 339.
Scarves and throws.
552 The Puzzle People Glenn Noble P.O. Box 169,
Richmond, Tas 0408 132 908. Wooden
puzzles - peg, jigsaw, name, photo.
553 Little Gifts for Little Ones
- Therese van der Aa & Sam
Denmead P.O. Box 323, Kings
Meadows, Tas 0409 519 699. Baby
shower gifts, hair clips, baby cube
bells, nappy change clutches,
greeting cards.
554 Secret Gully Puppets - Heather
Lawrence 8 Third St, Warrandyte, Vic
0411 639 472. Handmade puppets,
Cds, nature DVDs and stories.
Rotary Pavilion
555 Fenwick Makepeace Studio
Fenwick Makepeace 6 Charob
Ave, Lilydale, Tas 0437 266 832.
Functional and sculptural ceramic
bowls, platters, vases and decorative
ceramic mouse clocks.
541 Ocean Omegas Laurence Wells 1337 Coast Rd, Lady
Barron, Flinders Island, Tas 0428 287
539. Body care products - insect
repellent, soaps, lip balm.
556 Creatively Belle - Belinda
Stinson P.O. Box 1653, Bondi
Junction, NSW 0414 502 887.
Handcrafted jewellery, rings,
necklaces, brooches.
VENUE 5A
542 Cheri Woodfield Machine
Embroidery - Cheri Woodfield
549 Dunorlan Rd, Dunorlan, Tas
0429 019 542. Machine embroidery cushions, bags, wall hangings.
543 Silk & Silver - Jane Hinde
16 Dolphin Cr, Whale Beach, NSW
0416 183 896. Sterling silver jewellery
rings, earrings, bracelets, pendants.
544 So! Indesign Christina Jonsson 44 May St, Kew,
Vic 0419 674 705. Women’s clothing
dresses, skirts, tops.
545 Bryan Pearce Skin Tanning54 Main St, Hadspen, Tas 0417 552 331.
Sheepskin products, slippers,
moccasins, hats.
Gourmet Pantry
571 Ashgrove Cheese Anne Bennett 6173 Bass Hwy,
Elizabeth Town, Tas 0418 373 369.
Award winning cheeses and butter,
milkshakes, ice cream.
572 All About Hazelnuts Elaine Rayner 233 Winkleigh Rd,
Exeter, Tas 0408 178 247. Roasted
hazelnuts, honey, raspberry, orange
and chocolate coated.
573 Mandi’s Kitchen Gourmet
Puddings - Mandi Mellody
79 Hodder St, East Brighton, Vic
0410 579 797. Christmas puddings, logs,
cakes, gluten free logs, brandy butter.
574 Exotic Filled Candy Licorice Rhonda Marshall 30 Drummond St,
Perth, Tas 0438 981 815. Long strip
licorice and candy.
575 Smoke & Spice Tasmania Rhonda Marshall 30 Drummond St,
Perth, Tas 0438 981 815. Gourmet
seasoned salt.
576 Westbury Grove - Emma Clark
14 East St, Westbury, Tas 0438 297 775.
Extra virgin olive oil
577 Spreyton Cider Co Damien Viney P.O. Box 2010,
Spreyton, Tas 0448 421 004.
Handcrafted Tasmanian alcoholic
cider and apple juice.
578 Jims Jerky - Cathie Tanner
10805 Warrego Hwy, Charlton, Qld
0437 338 624. Semi dried and dried
beef jerky, high protein snack.
579 Trapper’s Hut Whisky Jo Statham P.O. Box 222, Margate,
Tas 0407 870 977. Tasmanian single
malt whisky.
580 Uncle John’s Fresh Licorice Catherine Jenner 8/19-23 Japaddy
St, Mordialloc, Vic 0413 662 015.
Licorice - plain, choc coated, aniseed.
581 41o South Salmon and Ginseng
Farm - Ziggy Pyka 323 Montana
Rd, Deloraine, Tas 03 6362 4130.
Hot smoked salmon, snacks, fillets,
rillettes. Ginseng spice and honey.
582 Southern Sky Gourmet Rod Wyker 139 Hillwood Rd,
Hillwood, Tas 0418 138 586. Dairy
products, truffle brie, vintage club
cheese, persian fetta.
583 The Fudge Factory Garry Anstice PO Box 46,
Warracknabeal, Vic 0419 503 130.
Handmade fudge.
584 Swiss Made - Susie Beuke
95 Montana Rd, Deloraine, Tas
0410 319 094. Biscuits.
585 Homestyle Plum Puddings Sheri & Tim Leslie 16 Garden Grv,
South Launceston, Tas 0417 570 150.
Plum puddings, shortbread, cakes,
also gluten free products.
586 The Chilli Factory Marcel & Alex de Wit 1 Ironbark
Road, Morisset, NSW 0414 823 700.
Chilli sauces.
587 Dolly’s Parlour - Allison Daley
29-31 Ridge Rd, Legana, Tas
0406 491 088. Old style melting
moments in flavours: vanilla bean,
espresso, mocha, lemon, lime.
588 R. Stephens Apiarist Honey
- Shirley Stephens 25 Pioneer
Dr, Mole Creek, Tas 03 6363 1190.
Tasmanian honey and beeswax
products.
589 The Art of Tea - Samantha
Brown 6/3 Mertonvale Cr, Kingston,
Tas 0408 582 191. Quality loose
leaf teas.
590 Gourmet Morsels Susan Lazar-Kopf 10 Goulburn Circuit,
Caroline Springs, Vic 0433 533 257.
Herb and spice blends, dukkah,
Australian bush blends.
591 Nuts ’n’ More - Jym Tarrant
P.O. Box 318, Huonville, Tas 0432 374 237.
Gourmet nuts, nut pop-corn, turkish
delight, dried apple.
592 Country Larder Preserves Peter Longman 58 Belar St, Howrah,
Tas 0401 284 474. Gourmet preserves
and cakes, jams, chutneys, mustards,
oils, vinegars.
593 Browns Bees Debra Brown 109 Storeys Rd,
Broadmarsh, Tas 0429 674 097. Tasmanian
Honey, beeswax candles, soap.
594 Venus Confectionery Sue Dennis C/- 21 Ogilvie St, Mt Stuart,
Tas 0427 287 009. Handmade
confectionery - coconut ice, rocky
road, biscuits, slices.
595 Tassie Taste Buds Ann Dechaineux 3612 Channel
Hwy, Woodbridge, Tas 0408 501 194.
Preserves and conserves, chutney,
vinegar, fruit paste and jelly.
596 Voodooo Rocky Road Mark Nicolls 37 Central Ave,
Chipping Norton, NSW 0414 411 323.
Rocky road.
597 Ricci’s Bikkies - Ricci McAuliffe
1/29 Hunter Rd, Healesville, Vic 0425
726 529. Biscuits, pita breads, sauces.
598 Daiquiri Isle & Ice House
Beverages - Gabrielle Lucas
67 Seven Mile Beach Rd, Seven
Mile Beach, Tas 0419 879 505. Fruit
daiquiris, smoothies, slushies
599 Amanda Jammm Amanda Graham 14 St Georges
Tce, Battery Point, Tas 0425 791
738. Handmade jams and jellies,
screenprinted tea towels.
600 Callipari Wine/Ned Kelly Red Michael Callipari P.O. Box 4051,
Mildura, Vic 0428 320 032. Callipari
boutique wines, red and white spirits
and fortifieds.
601 Silk - Jane Lamont
59 Sorell St, Chudleigh, Tas
0429 976 785. Handmade fudge
(over 25 varieties).
602 Baked by Mum Danielle Gleeson 1 Sir Kenneth Luke
Blvd, Mulgrave, Vic 0413 412 604. Cookie
dough, cookies (gluten free, dairy free
and egg free range available).
603 Vienna Almond Walter Podlesny 21 Hove St, Mt
Martha, Vic 0411 703 881. Nuts
roasted in sugar and cinnamon,
spices.
604 Nougat Limar Luke Berenice Lot 4, 6 Jusfrute Dr,
West Gosford, NSW 0420 573 193.
Creamy soft French-style nougat
(gluten free).
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532 Bonkers by Bettye Bettye & Felicity Kamevaar 234
Tucker Rd, McKinnnon, Vic 0402 234
755. Boiled wool felt hats.
VENUE 5
Outside Venue
Tasmanian Chilli Beer Company Lydia Marino P.O. Box 240, South
Hobart, Tas 0421 850 415. Non
alcoholic drinks, ginger chilli beer, ginger
beer, raspberry sparkling, lime sparkling.
Sweet-As George Smith
21 Spitfarm Rd, Opossum Bay, Tas
0429 161 220. Handmade rock candy.
Native Point Wines - Sheena High
P.O. Box 714, Launceston, Tas
0428 632 816. Premium Tasmanian
wines.
Taz Face and Body Art - Karen Witt
5 Kanangra Pl, Summerhill, Tas
0408 432 744. Face painting and
balloon twisting.
Moo Brew - Tegan O’Shea
PO Box 20, Bridgewater, Tas 0400 693 546.
Tasmanian craft brewery - range of
Moo Brew beers.
Seven Sheds Brewery Catherine Stark 22 Crockers St,
Railton, Tas 0418 948 906. Craft
beer - Kentish Ale, Willie Warmer,
Paradise Pale, Sparkling Dry Cider.
VENUE 7
Showground Quamby Pavilion
701 Design with Scarves Michelle Davey 11 Berega St, Howrah,
Tas 0439 380 844. Handmade scarves,
bags, jewellery, clothing.
702 Babyscent - Natural Skincare
Vana Borich 14 Glendene Crt,
Werribee, Vic 0413 000 676. Baby
care creams, lotions, oils, candles, salts.
703 Robotica Factory Kyle Weyburne 407 Albert St,
Brunswick, Vic 0418 751 471.
Electronica and robotic inspired
jewellery using scrabble, typewriter,
mahjong tiles.
704 Caricatures by Viccas Victor Castro 40 Singleton Dr,
Endeavour, Hills Vic 0419 002 403.
Caricature drawing on the spot from
live or photography.
705 Artesia Pewter - Robert Mitchell
64 Waverley St, Bellerive, Tas
03 6244 2902. Pewter design, jewellery,
tableware, corporate gifts, bowls, wine
stoppers.
706 Bodhi Farm Organics Tanya Schrama 305 Four Foot Rd,
Geeveston, Tas 0403 763 747. Dukkah.
707 Honey Tasmania Rebecca Campbell 22 Quadrant
Mall, Launceston, Tas 0438 570 719.
Tasmanian honey, honey mead,
beeswax candles.
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708 Dolly Design - Roslyn Briggs
81 Allumba St, Howrah, Tas
03 6244 1060. Doll clothes and
accessories to fit 16”-18” dolls and
teddies.
709 Anvers Confectionery &
Tasmanian Gourmet Sauce Co. Igor Van Gerwen 9025 Bass Hwy,
Latrobe, Tas 03 6426 2703. Handmade
truffles, fudge, pralines, sauces and
condiments.
710 Sarva Gata Jewellery Wayne Cuthell P.O. Box 111,
North Essendon, Vic 0439 506 359.
Silversmith - bracelets, rings,
necklaces, earrings, set with pearls,
gemstones and shells.
711 Anna Jayne Designs Anna Jayne Yard-Cumming
22 McAulay Rd, Sandy Bay, Tas
0423 770 930. Satchel bags, adult
wrap skirts, toiletry bags, pencil
cases, sun hats (covered in a
combination of designer fabrics and
durable PVC plastic).
712 Elite Gift Collection - Elva Lange
108 Erica Crt, Heathmont, Vic
0413 819 972. Fashion accessories,
scarf, dress pins, lace inserts, beaded
lamp and tassels.
713 EM & Flow Designs Samantha Brown & Elizabeth
Mathvssen 1/1 Howlett Court,
Brighton, Tas 0439 867 038. Digital
printing and acrylic canvas prints,
acrylic clocks, jewellery.
714 Helen’s Handpuppets Helen Launer 29 Dallas Ave,
Oakleigh, Vic 0409 791 608. Toy
making puppets and timber. Hand
and finger puppets, puppet theatres,
marionettes.
715 lime design - Anne Langman
8/81 Salamanca Pl, Salamanca, Tas
0413 745 574. Tasmanian made
glass, gemstone, pearl jewellery and
accessories.
716 Zazi Mineral Cosmetics Roslyn Smith P.O. Box 7416,
Toowoomba South, Qld 0418 110 089.
Mineral make up and skin care.
717 Pawsome & Five Dog Designs Lesley Ikin & Claire Doran 27 Ann St,
East Launceston, Tas 0487 347 068.
Gourmet pet treats, designer dog
collars, leads, beds.
718 Neo Organic Tea and Skin
Solutions - Mona Webb 173 High
St, Willoughby, NSW 0419 267 584.
Organic herbal teas, skincare, teapots,
infusers, gift packs.
719 Magoolie Designs - Julie
Hoddy 1 Sunny Ave, Blackmans Bay,
Tas 0407 629 096. Porcelain
homewares and jewellery.
720 The Tasmanian Soap Company Darren West P.O. Box 717,
Launceston, Tas 0416 028 532.
Natural soaps made from olive oil,
goats milk, also body balms, fizzy
bath bombs.
721 Pure Sense - Emma Pinner
RA 92 Febeys Rd, Brittons Swamp, Tas
0419 119 721. Fragrant oil diffusers,
soy candles and melts, room spray,
pillar candles.
722 Toms Bridport Turnery Tom & Pam Harper 31 Edward St,
Bridport, Tas 03 6356 1649. Functional
and souvenir woodturning.
723 Handweavers, Spinners &
Dyers Guild of Tasmania Inc Diana Kearney P.O. Box 163,
Battery Point, Tas 03 6394 4740.
Handweaving, spinning, dyeing jumpers, vests, jackets, hats, shawls,
baby rugs/throws, tea/coffee cosies,
needle-filled animals.
724 Niai Design - Catherine Double
Bathurst St Post Shop, Box 4724,
Hobart, Tas 0421 418 990. Sterling
silver wire wrapped gemstone
jewellery, knitted or crochet silver
wire jewellery.
725 Soko Candles - Caroline
Jackson 52 North St, Devonport, Tas
0418 563 943. Natural soy wax fragrant
container candles.
726 Dawnandra Crafts Robyn Smith 3 Dandaloo St, Kariong,
NSW 0412 480 732.
727 West Tamar Woodcrafts Chris & Judy Hall, Shirley Hjort
P.O. Box 144, Exeter, Tas
03 6394 7358. Functional woodcraft
- chopping boards, lazy susans, sugar
bowls, coasters, key boards.
729 Corrugated creations Gren Freeman 257 Carella St,
Howrah, Tas 0406 705 345. Metal
animal sculptures, using mainly
recycled roofing iron.
VENUE 7
Specialist Plants
730 Bonnie Banks Nursery Noel Button 207 Gravelly Beach Rd,
Gravelly Beach, Tas 03 6394 4750. Iris,
hellebores and perennials for both
shade and sun.
731 Fernmania - Bert van den Berg
P.O. Box 410, Scottsdale, Tas
0418 143 378. Ferns and other
products made from ferns, mulch,
sleepers and potted ferns.
732 Mistydowns - Noel Morrison
P.O. Box 398, Creswick, Vic
03 5345 2847. Heritage roses, tree
and herbaceous peonies and unusual
perennials.
733 J.D. Flora - John Daly
17 William St, Murray Bridge
0417 859 014. Nursery plants.
734 Killiecrankie Farm Lee Adamson-Ringk 228 Glengarry
Rd, Glengarry, Tas 0400 575 628.
Potted plants.
735 Clematis Cottage Nursery Todd Miles 6 Spring St, Sheffield, Tas
0418 149 966. Clematis and other plants.
744 Quilled Cards & Bitty Bags
Tina Pinkard & Judi Gorham
3 Sunnyside Crs, Trevallyn, Tas
0488 419 939. Quilled cards, iPad
and eReader covers, bags from
furnishing remnants.
745 Handmade by Soh Soh Sonia Burke 4 Abigail Crt, Leopold,
Vic 0412 747 659. Handmade birds,
owls, kokeshi dolls using vintage
kimono fabrics.
746 Bisk-Art - Daryl Bilney
17 Reid St, Brown Hill, Vic 0409 314
053. Tinsmith and metalwork, biscuit
and scone cutters.
747 Holliday Craft - Keith Holliday
7 Pitcairn St, Port Sorell, Tas 0418 178 115.
Woodcrafts, signs, lazy susans,
coasters, coat racks, cutting boards,
jigsaws, clocks, barometers.
748 See Green - Simon Brass
0414 220 802. Essential oils, soaps,
skincare cream.
749 Top Show ‘The Noosa - Hat’
Mary Rowan 2 Low St, Eumundi, Qld
0412 099 081. Queensland made
cotton, linen, bamboo fabric sun hats.
750 Rebl Designs - Rebecca Halikias
69 Harrisons Rd, Cradoc, Tas
0407 610 972. Handcrafted jewellery,
necklaces, bracelets and earrings, made
from metal, beads, lucite, gemstones.
751 Two Threads - Karen Fennell
16 Railway Crs, Hampton, Vic
0423 357 933. Women’s clothing pants, dresses, tunics, vests, tops,
neck pieces and accessories.
752 Ichi-ban-ii Bonsai - Noel Kemp
50 Derwent Ave, Lindisfarne ,Tas
03 6243 6296. Bonsai, miniature trees,
air plants/tillandsias.
736 Woodturner - Chris Mitchell
Penguin, Tas 0400 391 289. Wood
turned products, kitchenware, trivets,
wine bottle coasters, rolling pins.
753 Lacey & Me - Kelly Greenwood
3 Gourlay Crt, Trevallyn, Tas
0407 313 774. Adults and children’s
glass cabochon earrings, necklaces,
rings, bracelets, hair clips, hair ties,
head bands.
VENUE 7
754 Bruce Bain Photography
140 Hop Valley Rd, Blackwood Creek,
Tas 0417 978 364. Photographer
and picture framer, pictures, canvas,
greeting cards.
Outside Venue
Australian Alpaca Assoc. - Tas Region
- Jeanette Manning C/- P.O. Box
360, Deloraine, Tas 0488 632 300.
Alpaca fibre and products.
VENUE 7
Meander Pavilion
740 Witch Art - Rodney Barnett
P.O. Box 26, Doveton, Vic 0412 560 600.
Sculptor of elves, faeries, wizards,
witches, dragons.
741 Grandlee Cottage Soaps Leanne Gladwin P.O. Box 445,
Devonport, Tas 0427 759 767. Natural
handmade soap, organic beeswax
candles, air fresheners.
742 School House Craft - Lyn Butler
School House 6066 Channel Hwy,
Garden Island Creek, Tas 03 6297 8136.
Machine and hand sewing embroidery,
applique, patchwork, knitted toys.
743 Little Big Designs Michael & Belinda Tuck 41 Carlisle
Crs, Hughesdale, Vic 0417 580 054.
Toy bins, pinboards, bookends, small
bins, plaques.
755 JFJ for Kids - Jennifer Hart
Lot 20 Links Ave, Yerrinbool, NSW
0416 307 447. Handmade designer
children’s clothing.
756 MIA - Made in Australia Mary Curran 53 Charlton St,
Norwood, Tas 0408 961 435. Sewing,
embroidering, knitting, slippers,
handbags, shoppers purses, evening
bags.
757 Warmisham Lures Joseph Warmisham 2/4 Virginia Grv,
Prospect Tas 0487 056 835. Soft
plastic fishing lures.
758 Down Under Pots - Mea Souris
304 Tinderbox Rd, Tinderbox, Tas
0412 232 221. Flowerpots and garden art.
759 Deepblue Designworks Tina Eacher 5 Range Rd, Evandale, Tas
0438 346 153. Contemporary timber
cutwork - decorations, jewellery,
trees, cards, coasters, trivets, letter
racks, business card holders.
761 Silver Rose Jewellery Carolyn Watson 599 Upper
Scamander Rd, Upper Scamander, Tas
0467 811 176. Beaded jewellery
handcrafted in Tasmania including
necklaces, earrings, bracelets.
762 WOW the Wall Dahnart Dahna Bartling 13 Mackay Rd,
Manor Lakes Wyndham Vale, Vic
0425 734 599. Personalised on
the spot hand-painted wooden
products; handmade stickers that
won’t damage walls.
763 Fat Cat Pottery - Joseph Cross
15 Newton Ave, Mt Evelyn, Vic
0402 085 998.Handmade pottery
animals, money socks, fragrance balls.
786 The Gift Basket Christine Turner 33 Trent St,
Youngtown, Tas 03 6344 5854.
Handmade cloth dolls, pin dolls,
bears, bookmarks, doll furniture.
VENUE 8
Gays Pavilion
801 Shelterbox
802 Wickando - Tracey Bransden
326 Kelcey Tier Rd, Spreyton, Tas
0439 988 893. Handcrafted and
handbeaded soy candles/melts, palm
wax pillar candles, reed diffusers.
803 Carole’s Island Creations Carole Goff 3 Denmark Cls, Taroona,
Tas 0437 473 753. Handcrafted
glass fused jewellery using dichroic,
bullseye and spectrum art glass pendants, rings, cuff-links, bracelets.
Furmage Pavilion
804 Wild Wooden Creations Michael & Sandra Berwick
2 Princes St, Burnie, Tas 0418 182 800.
Wooden serving platters, cheeseboards,
chopping boards, wooden pendants.
775 Flowerpot Quilts Sue Domeney 3947 Channel Hwy,
Flowerpot, Tas 0438 674 900. Textile
art, quilts, scarves, hand felted items.
805 Wendy Voon Knits 2/215 Nicholson St, Brunswick
East, Vic 0437 002 063. Knitted scarves,
jumpers, shrugs and cardigans.
776 Andrae Weeks Art Studio Andrae Weeks 38 McFie St,
Devonport, Tas 0411 340 986.
Painting on paper and canvas, handmade books, cards and printed items.
806 Mel Hills & Wild Art - Mel Hills
938 Bream Creek Rd, Kellevie, Tas
0448 135 517. Wildlife art, original
watercolours and studies (framed and
unframed), cards, limited edition prints.
777 Morris and Joy Smith
13 Roland Crt, Sheffield, Tas 03 6491
1591. Woodburnt items made into
souvenirs and gifts, handknitted baby
and children garments.
807 Bearwoods - Lea Murray
P.O. Box 1176, Mornington, Vic
0417 539 890. Timber crafted items,
clocks, puzzles, tableware, Christmas
decorations, buttons, recycled timber
necklaces.
VENUE 7
778 Tiger Ina Papera Unique Woodcraft
- Ina and Frances Papera 69 Leesons
Rd, Westerway Tas 03 6288 1352.
Woodcraft freeform bowls, bottle
stoppers, cheese boards, knife.
779 The Boathouse Penny Beveridge 6 South Esp,
Port Sorell, Tas 0409 286 459.
Handmade and individually designed
shirts, jumpers, jackets, Christmas
decorations and gifts.
780 Saward Glass Designs Virginia Saward P.O. Box 192,
Wynyard, Tas 0438 011 399. Kiln
formed glass plates, platters and
bowls in vibrant colours.
781 Tasmanian Copper & Metal Art
Gallery - Tom Marik 5 Church St,
Carrick, Tas 0419 895 830. Metal art,
birds, butterflies, fish, animals, brooches.
782 Artipharti - Daryl Sweetten
10 Rowland Cls, Hampton Park, Vic
0420 831 223. Art, jewellery, clocks,
dog treats.
783 Ev Ant Art Tas Evelyn Antonysen 51 George St,
Forth, Tas 0419 282 673. Painting on
silk, paper, glass and canvas - framed
matted watercolours, silk painted
scarves and silk jewellery.
784 Pili Pala Pieces Helen Mansbridge P.O. Box 39,
Lauderdale, Tas 0407 259 701. Jewellery,
homewares and accessories.
785 Nullabor Nights Knitwear Alice Leda Pettirosso P.O. Box 2882,
Tuggeranong, ACT 0423 761 707.
Machine knitting and textile art, merino
wool knitwear, pure linen and silk,
cotton, bamboo.
808 Flamin’ Blue Moon - Joanne Ring
13 Cotton St, Latrobe, Tas 0407 804 463.
Soy wax container candles, melts, tea
lights, repurposed vintage and retro
crystal, glassware, china, scented
massage oil.
809 Creative Arty Facts Liz Deluca 103 Pine St, Wynnum,
Qld 0405 083 655. Artisan made
glass beads, jewellery, flame
enamelled copper pieces, focal
beads, bead strands.
810 Karen Lee - Karen Clarke
25 De Salis St, Weetangera, ACT
0417 293 731. Women’s clothing,
tops, skirts, scarves and dresses, all
with simple line and unusual twists.
811 Bee’s Tees - Brooke Archer
65 Hill St, Bellerive, Tas 0407 308 603.
Handmade children’s clothing,
long and short sleeve tees, dresses,
jackets, button hair bands.
812 Scrabooli & Brushtail Janice Sheen 6781 Huon Hwy,
Dover, Tas 0427 715 154. Digital art
and design, custom designed mugs,
printed coasters, turned snowmen,
spinning tops, knife blocks.
813 Mt Wayo Lavender Farm Gaye Decorte P.O. Box 3215,
Batehaven, NSW 0418 966 416.
Lavender soaps and cleansers,
creams, oils, heat packs, pooch
pamper products.
814 An Element of Style Margaret Stone 117 Poplar Pde,
Youngtown, Tas 0408 250 647.
Tasmanian designed and created
handbags, clutches and pouches,
made with fabric, leather and
wooden embellishments.
815 Huon Pine Picnic Planks Gilbert Fraser-Easton 25 Granquist
Rd, Woodbridge, Tas 0408 732 215.
816 Captain Robbo Katy Robinson 31 Tinning St,
Brunswick East, Vic 0423 945108.
Screenprinting/printmaking,
adventure pants.
817 Natures Path Deb Bower & Andrew Williams
P.O. Box 167, Newtown, Tas 0418
551 546. Tasmanian organic herbal
tea, pure olive oil soaps.
818 I.R. Sheepskin and Wool Products
- Ioan Roman 7 Leed St, Dandenong,
Vic 0412 322 917. Sheepskin and
wool products, ugg boots, slippers,
moccasins, scuffs, car seat covers.
819 High Tea Vintage Rebecca Eaves 52 Church St,
Ross, Tas 0427 863 097. Canvas and
organic cotton handbags, wallets,
iPad/iPhone holders, sewing machine
covers, cushion covers, suede
brooches, earrings, pendants.
820 Pebel - Pip Ebbelaar
1107 Bishopsbourne Rd, Tas
0409 237193. Bedding suitable
for portacot, pillows, bunting, owl
cushions.
821 Marie B Jewellery - Marie Bourat
29A Schulz St, Bentleigh East, Vic
0409 859 169. Nature inspired
jewellery, made using real flowers
and leaves set in resin.
822 Poppy’s Pure Beeswax Candles
- Linda Bradshaw 74 Fore St,
Canterbury, NSW 0405 030 595.100%
pure Australian beeswax candles,
beeswax tealights.
823 Aloe Vera Cosmetics Aust Trisha Goodman 7/2 Lonsdale St,
Lilyfield, NSW 0404 512 305. Aust.
skincare with aloe vera, soap, lip
balms, water crystal to decorate vase.
824 Morley Leadlighs - Ruth Morley
133 Bayview Rd, Lauderdale, Tas
0438 477 102. Leadlight mirrors,
gumleaf wall hangings.
825 Mr Christopher; Balloon Artist
Christopher Bradshaw P.O. Box
1423, Lindisfarne, Tas 0408 508 284.
Balloon sculptures, pre-made and
made on the spot.
826 Perrys Lemon Myrtle Rainforest
Products - David Perry 13 Alan
Rd, Wauchope, NSW 0419 460 052.
Lemon myrtle soaps, hand and
body lotions, lip balms, shampoo,
conditioner, essential oil, spice,
biscuits.
827 Andie Merle - Andrea Goldsack
513 South Winkleigh Rd, Glengarry, Tas
0437 049 812. Designing and making
women’s skirts, skirt kits, tops.
828 Otekah - Imogen Nightingale
22 Wassell Pl, Lindisfarne, Tas
0407 430 303. Wood and clay décor
and jewellery, ornaments, buttons, gift
cards, wall hangings.
829 Rebound Books Ben & Natalie Mason P.O. Box 230,
Pascoe Vale South, Vic 03 9015 6949.
Stationary made from discarded
secondhand books and papera,
journals, sketchbooks, 2014 diaries
and wall calendars, bookmarks.
830 Harztview Vineyard Anthea Patterson 70 Dillons Rd,
Gardners Bay, Tas 0439 951 004.
Hartzview wines, ports and liquers,
Tasmanian Cassis and special apple
liqueur.
VENUE 9
McLachlan Studio
Elegant gold and silver jewellery
incorporating pearls and precious
gems, oil paintings and steel
sculptures are all designed and
made at McLachlan Studio. This
creative and dynamic Studio is
ideally situated in a park style
garden on the banks of the
Meander River, near Deloraine.
VENUE 10
Yarns, Artwork In Silk
View a truly inspiring silk artwork.
Enjoy a close up look at 4 x 4 metre
hand-worked panel showcasing
every hand craft skill imaginable.
And guess what?
For the Tasmanian Craft Fair, it’s free!
VENUE 11
Deloraine Creative Studios
Tasmanian handmade art and craft.
See artists and artisans demonstrate
their creative skills.
VENUE 12
Elemental Artspace
Elemental Artspace supports
over 60 quality Tasmanian artists
and crafts people. This year for
the Craft Fair, we will be featuring
hot glass bead maker Sandra Snow;
machine embroiderer Maree Caplin;
photographer Robyn Adams and
Mathew Simms with his handmade
wooden dolls. Sandra, Maree and
Mathew will be demonstrating their
skills in our Gallery over the Craft Fair.
VENUE 13
The Alpaca Shoppe
Our Shoppe is located in
Deloraine, the Corner Crafts, with
local Alpaca made garments, such
as handknits and felted garments.
You’ll also find local arts and crafts.
We promote, Australian Alpaca,
Woolerina and Merino/Possum. You
are welcome to browse.
VENUE 14 - WOAD
For WOAD 13, Arts Deloraine
has converted Emu Bay Road
into a street gallery, showcasing
local Meander Valley artists and
community groups’ creativity in
shop windows and alleyways of
the main street.
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760 Aussie Bush Huts Zacharias Maniotas P.O. Box 6480,
West Footscray, Vic 0400 902 371.
Leather suede canvas hats, caps, belts,
bush babies, bum bags, key rings.
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Tasmanian Craft Fair
history
With the spectacular backdrop of the Great
Western Tiers etched into the skyline, and the aptly
named Meander River wending its way through the
landscape, the Meander Valley region has been
home to farmers for generations.
H
erds of dairy cattle graze on the lush green grasses,
poppies sway gently in the breezes that cross these plains, and
the rich red-brown soils give life to large crops of vegetables
and grains.
In more recent years, producers of honey, salmon, specialty
cheeses, truffles, hazelnuts and wasabi have found this fertile
region a rich haven for their export businesses.
But it was back in the 1970s that the area began to experience
real diversity. Attracted by the secluded hamlets and villages,
where you could live off the land and escape the everyday
hustle and bustle, artists and craftspeople began to make their
homes in the hills surrounding the picturesque township of
Deloraine.
These newcomers were a stark contrast to the traditional
farming families of the area. They brought with them a different
perspective on life, and yet had the same common goal –
making a living using their own hands and their natural talents.
It was this common goal that struck a chord with the Rotary
Club of Deloraine, which is a very active member of the local
community and its members are passionate about seeing their
township thrive.
Seeking a way to integrate these artisans into the traditional
(and at times conservative) farming community, Rotary club
member John Sullivan suggested a Craft Fair to not only unify
the township, but also to develop an avenue for the artists to
sell their products.
John’s idea was enthusiastically taken up by the Rotarians, and
he and then-club president Ian Huett travelled around the
state to gather ideas. In 1981 the inaugural Tasmanian Cottage
Industry Exhibition and Craft Fair was held, with 34 exhibitors
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and about 3000 visitors over two days.
In the past 33 years the Fair has grown not just in size but
in stature. In 1996 it was renamed the Tasmanian Craft Fair
(although to locals it is still affectionately known as the
“Deloraine Craft Fair”), and is now reputed to be the largest
working Craft Fair in the Southern Hemisphere. 
Today, the Craft Fair hosts about 230 stallholders from all over
Australia across 12 venues and in 2012 attracted about 22,000
people through the gates over four days.
Not that Craft Fair is a very accurate description to reflect the
event that is held today, with everything from high-end artistic
works to small cottage crafts, large working displays, gourmet
produce and entertainment and activities for families, this
event is now a significant celebration of Tasmanian culture.
It is a significant event for the local economy,
with everyone from the butcher and baker to bus
companies, schools and community groups being
involved.
The event takes about 1000 volunteers to run, with the local
church groups, Lions and Apex clubs all working together to
make the event a success.
These groups have the opportunity to raise funds during the
event, while a bulk of the funds raised (about $3 million in the
past 33 years) have been used to benefit the local community.
More than 12 major projects including aged care facilities
and the Giant Steps school for autistic children have been
assisted by these funds, in some cases by way of seed capital
to commence a project, and in others 100 per cent funding.
In addition, more than 200 smaller community projects have
been funded through the Craft Fair.
A growing concern in regional communities is the exodus of
young people and young families from the area. The Rotary
Club of Deloraine is determined to help combat this by
clever initiatives such as the statewide Model United Nations
Assembly, a Learn to Swim program and sponsoring children
to attend programs in Tasmania and interstate designed to
encourage high achievers and future leaders to realise their
potential. All of these initiatives have been funded, at least in
And the Rotary Club encourages the community to look more
widely, with support for international Rotary projects such as
Projects supported in the
past year include:
the eradication of polio instilling a sense of pride in the local
Community: Construct a rail
crossing to Deloraine swimming
pool; $15,000 to Giant Steps (school
for autistic children) for a new bus;
assistance with the palliative care
facility at Deloraine Hospital and the
community garden at Kanangra Aged
Care centre.
Youth: Support for the Model
United Nations Assembly, leadership
programs, a tertiary scholarship, learnto-swim program and science forums.
International: Support for an eye
clinic in Nepal and Tarime Hospital
in Tanzania; sponsorship of a teacher
and two students at St Jude’s School,
Tanzania; sponsorship for protection
of two albino children in Africa.
The Fair’s international reputation has grown
through relationships with visiting artists and
works from Japan, Hong Kong, China, New
Zealand, France and, this year, the UK, and through
residents for assisting underprivileged people world-wide.
the support of local artists who have been involved in the
event from the early years.
Up-and-coming artists are rapidly discovering that the Craft
Fair is an amazing launching pad for their businesses, not just
to sell their products but also to meet influential artists who
are only too willing to pass on their knowledge and help
foster new talents. 
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Where does
the money go?
part, by profits from the Tasmanian Craft Fair.
He is known for fine detail,
texture, and for exploring the
possibilities of layering and
three-dimensional effects
Exhibitions
in wall pieces, wearable art
and art-to-wear accessories.
Ken’s Aussie shibori features
TCF2013 will feature several quilting exhibitions this
year at the Rotary Pavilion at Venue 5a.
F
patterns created by his own
adaptations, combinations
and variations of traditional
Japanese shibori techniques.
inalists in the 2013 Rotary
Leesa Chandler’s work
He uses vibrant colour, instead of indigo, as a way of reflecting the
Hoffman Challenge, through the
colourful Australian environment.
Tasmanian Craft Fair, will be shown
Leesa Chandler was introduced to sewing at an early
age by her grandmother, with embroidery, knitting
and hand-sewing.
alongside works from acclaimed
quilters Ken Smith, Julie Haddrick
and Leesa Chandler. Ken Smith will
She set up her own handcraft business at 14, selling to local gift
also be demonstrating during the Fair.
shops and friends, and embarked on making her first quilt at 18, more
Textile artist and tutor
Ken Smith’s specialities
are freehand machine
embroidery and Aussie
shibori, both on silk.
than 25 years ago.
Leesa has been teaching for more than 10 years, and travels to teach
throughout Australia. When not on the road, Leesa is managing
and teaching in her own boutique patchwork shop and studio in
Melbourne, Chandler’s Cottage.
His machine-embroidery style
She sources her inspiration for designing from different cultures such
has been developed during more
as Japanese, Middle Eastern, Chinese and Australian. Leesa loves
than forty years, its current focus
teaching and sharing her obsession with rich decadent prints, as well
being the richness and variety of
as three dimensional appliqué and handbag design.
the machine stitch (occasionally
supported by hand stitchery).
Ken Smiths work “Jack”
She has also designed the fabric for the 2014 Rotary Textile Challenge,
which will be released at TCF2013 on November 1.
Textile
Rotary
Challenge 2014
The challenge is curated by Diane Brittlebank,
of Bengeo Retreat, Deloraine, on behalf of Rotary.
The challenge fabric has been designed by
Leesa Chandler
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of Chandlers Cottage, which is also one of this
year’s major sponsors.
The 2014 Challenge fabric will be
released on Friday, November 1,
at TCF2013.
Challenge packs will be
available for purchase at
Venue 5a
5 throughout
Venue
throughoutTCF.
TCF.
Julie Haddrick’s work
Julie Haddrick has been a student of textiles
for most of her life, exploring colour, design,
ornamentation, techniques and media. Part-time work
has enabled her to attend a multitude of courses, none of which
led directly to quilting, but in 1998 she leapt into quilt-making.
This journey has been the highlight of her creative pursuits. Julie
Chandlers
Cottage
specialises in original stained glass and applique wall quilts and
her work features hand-dyed and printed fabrics. She teaches art-
www.chandlerscottage.com
oriented design techniques and quilting that encourages originality,
Leesa Chandler
confidence and creative expression in her students. 
TA1193523
Director’s Message
I am delighted to welcome you to TCF 2013. From
Across the Fair, you will find about 230 stalls of craftspeople and
small beginnings in the 1980s, the TCF has developed
artists from across Tasmania and other states.
a reputation both nationally and internationally as one
Don’t forget our Gourmet Festival and Pantry at Venue 5 and the
of the most prestigious celebrations of art and fine
craftsmanship in Australia.
many places to enjoy good food at the Fair, including Venues 1,
2, 7 and 8. Rotary Park (Venue 8) is a great place to eat and enjoy
continuous music. The kids might also enjoy a chance to catch a
W
trout with the help of local anglers or try their hand at archery.
e are proud of our focus on excellence and our ability to
attract artists and craft workers of the highest calibre.
This year’s event features internationally acclaimed textile artist
Alison Holt, who specialises in machine embroidery, creating
landscapes with texture and depth that almost transport you into
the image created.
Our Emerging Artist for 2013 is Bill Flowers, better known as the
“Snake Artist”. Having grown up around wildlife and art, combining
We recommend that you also enjoy the Main Street celebrations in
the town of Deloraine as part of Window on the Arts in Deloraine.
Catch the free bus from Venue 5. Check out Yarns at the Visitors’
Centre and the other galleries and attractions in Main Street. You
can catch the bus again at the bottom of the Main Street to bring
you back to the TCF2013 venues.
The TCF2013 is a project of the Rotary Club of Deloraine and all funds
raised help with local, national and international charitable work. 
these two passions was a natural progression for Bill. His work is
John Christie
quite life-like and always drawn from real-life – which has led to
some pretty hair-raising experiences to tell!
Other Fair highlights include Ken Smith, Leesa Chandler and
Director
Tasmanian Craft Fair 2013
Julie Haddrick, acclaimed textile artist Ken Smith; working
demonstrations of a wide variety of arts and crafts. There will also
be a range of gastronomic delights for patrons to sample and plenty
of activities for children.
The annual Awards for Excellence will be presented on November
2, including the $10,000 Premier’s Award, which is an acquisitive
award open to all stallholders.
For the first time this year, TCF will host the Tasmanian Design
Awards, which are presented by Design Tasmania in Launceston in
Venue No 14
partnership with Design 100. These awards are aimed to turn ideas
All of the shop windows in Emu Bay Rd.
into action, and successfully market and
commercialise Tasmanian designed
and made products to the world.
The winners will be announced at
our opening night celebrations on
November 1.
Tasmania from November 1. It is
our aim to make this year’s TCF
Tasmania’s first plastic bag-free
event. We hope that you will
Window On the Arts in Deloraine Street Gallery exhibits work from local professional
and emerging artists, craftspeople and community craft groups. Arts Deloraine invites
you to catch the shuttle bus or stroll over the bridge and up the main street to enjoy the
showcase of creativity and our local hospitality at your leisure. We will also be conducting
two guided tours each day at 11.30 and 4.30 leaving from the library.
WOAD 13 is hosted by Arts Deloraine, the local branch of Tasmanian Regional Arts in
partnership with the Tasmanian Craft Fair.
embrace this change and
support our stallholders in
this aim.
Artistic Director: Niecy Brown 0458818178
TA1193530
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Another first for 2013 will be the
introduction of the plastic bag ban in
Stallholder list – alphabetical
581 41o South Salmon and
Ginseng Farm - Ziggy Pyka
572 All About Hazelnuts Elaine Rayner
823 Aloe Vera Cosmetics
Australia - Trisha Goodman
599 Amanda Jammm Amanda Graham
814 An Element of Style
-Margaret Stone
827 Andie Merle Andrea Goldsack
776 Andrae Weeks Art Studio Andrae Weeks
711 Anna Jayne Designs Anna Jayne Yard-Cumming
709 Anvers Confectionery &
Tasmanian Gourmet Sauce Co.
- Igor Van Gerwen
533 Arcana Kaleidoscopes Robert Cook
705 Artesia Pewter Robert Mitchell
782 Artipharti - Daryl Sweetten
571 Ashgrove Cheese Anne Bennett
760 Aussie Bush Huts Zacharias Maniotas
Venue 7
Australian Alpaca Assoc. Tas Region - Jeanette Manning
702 Babyscent -Natural Skincare
- Vana Borich
602 Baked by Mum Danielle Gleeson
807 Bearwoods - Lea Murray
811 Bee’s Tees - Brooke Archer
540 Belinda Kurczok & Daniel
Szczerba
102 Benjamin Timber Studio Tony Mercorella
547 Birds Gallery - Brigitas Vaidas
& Zvirblis Lastauskaite
746 Bisk-Art - Daryl Bilney
523 Bismarck Metal Craft Ken Bradford
706 Bodhi Farm Organics - Tanya
Schrama
532 Bonkers by Bettye Bettye & Felicity Kamevaar
730 Bonnie Banks Nursery - Noel
Button
593 Browns Bees - Debra Brown
754 Bruce Bain Photography Bruce Bain
545 Bryan Pearce Skin Tanning Bryan Pearce
600 Callipari Wind/Ned Kelly Red
- Michael Callipari
115 Candalaraine Alpacas Lorraine Barnett
501 Candle Inspirations Maureen Bennetts
816 Captain Robbo Katy Robinson
704 Caricatures by Viccas Victor Castro
206 Carmen Reuter
803 Carole’s Island Creations Carole Goff
542 Cheri Woodfield Machine
Embroidery - Cheri Woodfield
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736 Chris Mitchell - Woodturner
508 Christine Hannan - Glass
502 Clifford How - Fine Art
729 Corrugatedcreations Gren Freeman
592 Country Larder Preserves Peter Longman
107 Crafty Jack - Jackie Sanders
809 Creative Arty Facts Liz Deluca
556 Creatively Belle Belinda Stinson
598 Daiquiri Isle - Gabrielle Lucas
537 Darren Meader - Artworks
726 Dawnandra Crafts Robyn Smith
759 Deepblue Designworks Tina Eacher
701 Design with Scarves Michelle Davey
528 Dick & Dora - Mel French
521 Ditchfield Designs Jan Ditchfield
103 Dolls-N-Things Barry Hingston
708 Dolly Design - Roslyn Briggs
587 Dolly’s Parlour - Allison Daley
758 Down Under Pots - Mea Souris
712 Elite Gift Collection Elva Lange
534 Elliott My Dear Sarah & Hamish Elliott
713 EM & Flow Designs - Samantha
Brown & Elizabeth Mathvssen
522 Emerging Artist - Bill Flowers
530 Emily Snadden Design Emily Snadden
783 Ev Ant Art Tas Evelyn Antonysen
574 Exotic Filled Candy Licorice Rhonda Marshall
Venue 7
Extreme Entertainment Todd Sutton
763 Fat Cat Pottery - Joseph Cross
555 Fenwick Makepeace Studio Fenwick Makepeace
731 Fernmania - Bert van den Berg
538 Fibre Red - Kim Simon
114 Fields of Clover Marianne Bradman
808 Flamin’ Blue Moon Joanne Ring
775 Flowerpot quilts Sue Domeney
116 Gayetha Designs Gaye Townley
109 Gee Raf - Kathleen Einsiedel
108 Gift of the Gab Gabrielle Writer
548 Glass of Fire - Christine Stewart
105 Goldfinch Josephine van den Berg
546 Gordon Harris Leadlights Gordon Harris
590 Gourmet Morsels Susan Lazar-Kopf
741 Grandlee Cottage Soaps Leanne Gladwin
119 Group Dimension Jane Hofto
745 Handmade by Soh Soh Sonia Burke
723 Handweavers, Spinners &
Dyers Guild of Tasmania Inc Diana Kearney
519 Harper & Edie Michele Taylor
830 Harztview Vineyard Anthea Patterson
714 Helen’s Handpuppets Helen Launer
819 High Tea Vintage Rebecca Eaves
747 Holliday Craft Keith Holliday
585 Homestyle Plum Puddings
Sheri & Tim Leslie
707 Honey Tasmania Rebecca Campbell
815 Huon Pine Picnic Planks Gilbert Fraser-Easton
818 I.R. Sheepskin and Wool
Products - Ioan Roman
752 Ichi-ban-ii Bonsai Noel Kemp
511 Isabel Audrey Tanya Trotter
529 Ishshoes - Margot Beckett
112 J Lee Designs - Jo-anne Lee
733 J.D. Flora - John Daly
202 Jan Green Handmade Felt Janet Green
755 JFJ for Kids - Jennifer Hart
578 Jims Jerky - Cathie Tanner
507 Joanna Gair - Paper Studio
512 Joanne Mitchelson/Fine Art
& Harp Music
531 Joseph Austin
111 June Hope - Textile Art
514 Kai Kai Collections Lyndelle Flintoff
810 Karen Lee - Karen Clarke
101 Kath & Neil Goodall
734 Killiecrankie Farm Lee Adamson-Ringk
753 Lacey & Me Kelly Greenwood
201 Lark Distillery - Bill Lark
204 Leadlight by Design Sandra Stening
550 Lesley Chaston - Artist
Designer
715 Lime Design Anne Langman
743 Little Big Designs Michael & Belinda Tuck
553 Little Gifts for Little Ones Therese van der Aa &
Sam Denmead
515 Longbeach Wood Design Anthony Hoffrichter
518 Liz Derksen
719 Magoolie Designs Julie Hoddy
573 Mandi’s Kitchen Gourmet
Puddings - Mandi Mellody
821 Marie B Jewellery Marie Bourat
Venue 5
Native Point Wines Sheena High
817 Natures Path Deb Bower & Andrew Williams
718 Neo Organic Tea and Skin
Solutions - Mona Webb
724 Niai Design Catherine Double
535 Nic Daley Photography Natalie Daley
510 Noox Anouk - Da Silva
104 Nostalgia Tasmania Adrienne Charles
604 Nougat Limar Luke Berenice
549 Noushka - Nina Goldbaum
785 Nullabor Nights Knitwear Alice Leda Pettirosso
591 Nuts’n’more - Jym Tarrant
541 Ocean Omegas Laurence Wells
828 Otekah Imogen Nightingale
110 Paintings by Rhyllis Rhyllis Chambers
503 Pa-Sawan Sarayut Hanchanlert
717 Pawsome & Five Dog
Designs - Lesley Ikin & Claire
Doran
820 Pebel - Pip Ebbelaar
826 Perrys Lemon Myrtle
Rainforest Products - David Perry
784 Pili Pala Pieces Helen Mansbridge
822 Poppy’s Pure Beeswax
Candles - Linda Bradshaw
721 Pure Sense - Emma Pinner
744 Quilled Cards &
Bitty Bags - Tina Pinkard
& Judi Gorham
588 R. Stephens - Apiarist
Honey - Shirley Stephens
205 Rare Bags - Jessica Rettig
750 Rebl Designs Rebecca Halikias
829 Rebound Books Ben & Natalie Mason
526 Red Parka Design Jennifer Skelly
106 Rhonda’s Art Rhonda Garward
597 Ricci’s Bikkies Ricci McAuliffe
520 Rina Art - Jeanette James
703 Robotica Factory Kyle Weyburne
710 Sarva Gata Jewellery Wayne Cuthell
505 Sashiko Design Kiyomi Reid
780 Saward Glass Designs Virginia Saward
742 School House Craft Lyn Butler
812 Scrabooli & Brushtail Janice Sheen
554 Secret Gully Puppets Heather Lawrence
748 See Green - Simon Brass
Venue 5
Seven Sheds Brewery Catherine Stark
601 Silk - Jane Lamont
543 Silk & Silver - Jane Hinde
761 Silver Rose Jewellery Carolyn Watson
536 Silvermist Studio - Tim Peel
517 Simon Raffan
506 Smitten Merino Carl Mason
575 Smoke & Spice Tasmania Rhonda Marshall
544 So! Indesign Christina Jonsson
725 Soko Candles - Caroline Jackson
513 Sonja C - Sonja Cook
582 Southern Sky Gourmet Rod Wyker
504 Spiral Creations Jewellery Knut Mueller
577 Spreyton Cider Co Damien Viney
117 Stitched by Me Denise Bakes
584 Swiss Made - Susie Beuke
Venue 5
Sweet-As - George Smith
Venue 5
Tasmanian Chilli Beer Company
- Lydia Marino
781 Tasmanian Copper & Metal
Art Gallery - Tom Marik
527 Tasmanian Highland Art Anita Nelson
551 Tasmanian Scarf Co. Lachlan Davey
595 Tassie Taste Buds Ann Dechaineux
Venue 5
Taz Face and Body Art Karen Witt
589 The Art of Tea Samantha Brown
779 The Boathouse Penny Beveridge
586 The Chilli Factory Marcel & Alex de Wit
583 The Fudge Factory Garry Anstice
786 The Gift Basket Christine Turner
539 The Grace Collection Grace Levis
207 The Little Chopper Craig Cashion
203 The Owl & The Pussy Cat Steve & Jan Blakeney
552 The Puzzle People Glenn Noble
525 The Shell Necklace Makers
- Lola Greeno
720 The Tasmanian Soap Company Darren West
509 Thomas Westra Lisbeth Westra
778 Tiger - Ina Papera - Unique
Woodcraft - Ina & Frances Papera
722 Toms Bridport Turnery Tom & Pam Harper
749 Top Show ‘The Noosa Hat’
- Mary Rowan
579 Trapper’s Hut Whisky Jo Statham
751 Two Threads Karen Fennell
580 Uncle John’s Fresh Licorice Catherine Jenner
594 Venus Confectionary Sue Dennis
596 Voodooo Rocky Road Mark Nicolls
757 Warmisham Lures Joseph Warmisham
805 Wendy Voon Knits Wendy Voon
576 Westbury Grove - Emma Clark
727 West Tamar Woodcrafts Chris & Judy Hall, Shirley Hjort
802 Wickando - Tracey Bransden
804 Wild Wooden Creations Michael & Sandra Berwick
740 Witch Art - Rodney Barnett
603 Vienna Almond - Walter
Podlesny
500 World of Marbles - Jan Clay
762 WOW the Wall Dahnart Dahna Bartling
716 Zazi Mineral Cosmetics Roslyn Smith
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118 Market Place Crafts Aviva
Designs - Aviva Kalagas
524 Marlene Ray
806 Mel Hills & Wild Art
756 MIA - Made in Australia Mary Curran
113 Miss Haidee - Haidee Neill
732 Mistydowns Noel Morrison
516 Mockingbird Glass Greg Ash
Venue 5 Moo Brew Tegan O’Shea
120 MoreThan Skin Deep Eraine Reid
824 Morley Leadlights Ruth Morley
777 Morris and Joy Smith
825 Mr Christopher - Balloon
Artist - Christopher Bradshaw
813 Mt Wayo Lavender Farm Gaye Decorte
ENTERTAINMENT
SCHEDULE
Friday, November 1
All day: Children’s entertainment and food
The Windows on The Arts in Deloraine
(WOAD) team in partnership with the
Tasmanian Craft Fair invites you to Venue 14
encompassing the shop windows of our main
street of Emu Bay Rd.
“Now in its fourth year, WOAD 13 shows the resilience,
grit, humour and creativity, in its many forms, of Meander
Valley artists and craftspeople,” WOAD artistic director Niecy
Brown said.
“The combination of professional exhibitors, recognised
throughout Australia, and young artists in the process of
becoming our future creative heroes is a challenge worth
undertaking and worth taking in.”
“We hope you enjoy the collection of works on show
along with street installations from various community
groups dotted throughout the town.”
One of the highlights of the 2013 WOAD program will be
the display of a new winter coat on the bronze statue of
Malua, Deloraine’s famous race horse, which is located in the
main street. WOAD staged a community knit-in in August to
contribute to the creation of a knitted coat for the statue that
represented “A white unicorn”. Another highlight will be a
5 metre x 4 metre tartan wall hanging that will be on display
outside the Deloraine Town Café.
WOAD 13 is hosted by Arts Deloraine, the local branch of
Tasmanian Regional Arts, in partnership with the Tasmanian
Craft Fair. We gratefully acknowledge the support from our
sponsors – Tasmanian Craft Fair, The Regional Arts Fund,
Tasmanian Regional Arts, Tasmanian Alkaloids, Deloraine
Primary School, Deloraine High School, the Artisans,
Community volunteers and the Retailers of Deloraine. 
at Rotary Park (Venue 8), including trout fishing,
Sunday, November 3
All day: Children’s entertainment and food
at Rotary Park (Venue 8), including trout fishing,
archery, Zorb ball and more!
Blacksmith demonstrations
Blacksmith demonstrations
featuring some of Tasmania’s best working artist
featuring some of Tasmania’s best working artist
blacksmiths at the Showgrounds (Venue 7).
blacksmiths at the Showgrounds (Venue 7).
Watch molten glass
Watch molten glass
being moulded into wonderful shapes
being moulded into wonderful shapes at the
at the Glass Blowing Demonstration
Glass Blowing Demonstration
at the Showgrounds (Venue 7).
at the Showgrounds (Venue 7).
Face Painting, with Karen Witt,
the Community Complex (Venue 5).
The Grey Nomads, the Showgrounds (Venue 7).
Dave Johnson, Multi-instrumentalist,
Community Complex (Venue 5).
Manfred Schulmeister,
Rotary Park (Venue 8).
6pm Official Opening,
Face Painting, with Karen Witt,
the Community Complex (Venue 5).
The Grey Nomads,
the Showgrounds (Venue 7).
Manfred Schulmeister,
Bowls Club (Venue 2).
Sheepdog trials,
Showgrounds (Venue 7).
Tasmanian Craft Fair,
10am-5pm The Foley Artists,
by the Premier of Tasmania (invitation only).
Community Complex (Venue 5).
Saturday, November 2
All day: Children’s entertainment and food
9am-5pm Dave Johnson,
Multi-instrumentalist,
Rotary Park (Venue 5).
at Rotary Park (Venue 8), including trout fishing,
archery, Zorb ball and more!
Monday, November 4
Blacksmith demonstrations
All day: Children’s entertainment and food
featuring some of Tasmania’s best working artist
at Rotary Park (Venue 8), including trout fishing,
blacksmiths at the Showgrounds (Venue 7).
archery, Zorb ball and more!
being moulded into wonderful shapes at the
Glass Blowing Demonstration
at the Showgrounds (Venue 7).
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Community Complex Auditorium (Venue 5).
archery, Zorb ball and more!
Watch molten glass
For more than 20 years, the Deloraine Working
Sheepdog Club has held Sheepdog Trials at the Showgrounds (Venue 7) as part of the Tasmanian Craft Fair.
6pm Stallholder Awards presentation,
Face Painting, with Karen Witt,
the Community Complex (Venue 5).
Blacksmith demonstrations
featuring some of Tasmania’s best working artist
blacksmiths at the Showgrounds (Venue 7).
Watch molten glass being moulded into
wonderful shapes at the Glass Blowing
Demonstration at the Showgrounds (Venue 7).
In 2013, about 30 handlers and 65 dogs will take part in
the Trials from November 2-4.
The Grey Nomads, the Showgrounds
(Venue 7).
Face Painting, with Karen Witt,
The competition will be held in three sections – Open,
Improver and Novice – and will be judged by Bruce
Dolliver, of New Norfolk.
Manfred Schulmeister, Bowls Club (Venue 2).
the Community Complex (Venue 5).
Sheepdog trials, Showgrounds (Venue 7).
Variety of music throughout the day (Venue 8).
Michael Grant, of the Deloraine Working Sheepdog Club,
said three fresh sheep were used per dog, meaning the
sheep weren’t over-tired or stressed.
9am-5pm Dave Johnson,
The Grey Nomads, the Showgrounds (Venue 7).
Mr Grant said Sheepdog Trials, which were once the
domain of farmers and shepherds, were becoming
increasingly popular as a sport.
“It’s a great opportunity to travel throughout the state and
interstate,” he said. “And it’s a great way to test your skills.” 
Multi-instrumentalist,
Community Complex (Venue 5).
Manfred Schulmeister, Bowls Club (Venue 2).
11am-1pm The Doctors Rocksters, Acoustic
Sheepdog trials, Showgrounds (Venue 7).
duo, Community Complex (Venue 5).
9am-5pm David Johnson,
11.30am-1.30pm Deloraine Big Band, Rotary
Multi-instrumentalist,
Park (Venue 8).
Community Complex (Venue 5).
TCF2013
Awards
Grace Cochrane
Mae Finlayson
Katie Wightman
Each year the TCF recognises the skill and dedication of our top craftspeople
through the TCF Awards. In 2013, judging will take place on November 1 and 2. The Awards will be
presented at a ceremony on the evening of Saturday November 2.
The premier’s Award for Excellence
Stand Presentation
Certificate & $10,000
Sponsor: Department of Premier and Cabinet
Certificate and $1000
Sponsor: Deloraine and Districts Community Bank® and Rotary
Club of Deloraine
Artistic Excellence
Portfolio to the value of $3000 and a cheque for $1000
Sponsor: Craft Arts International magazine and the Rotary Club
of Deloraine
First Time Exhibit Award
Certificate and $1000
Sponsor: Deloraine and Districts Community Bank®
Working Exhibit Award
Provedore’s Award
Certificate and $1000
Sponsor: Tasmanian Alkaloids
Certificate and Wine Package
Sponsor: Brown Brothers
*All events and stallholders published in this program were correct at time of Publishing.
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with thanks to our media partners
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Tel: (02) 9953 8825 Fax: (02) 9953 1576
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