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Hills Fabric & Craft De-Stash and Upcycled Markets

Hills Fabric & Craft De-Stash and Upcycled Markets

Starts: Saturday, 04 December 2021, 12:00 am
Ends: Saturday, 04 December 2021, 12:00 am
The Hills Fabric and Craft De-Stash for those unwanted crafting items, fabric supplies, scrapbooking goodies and long forgotten projects. Head along to buy silks, ribbons, sateen, lace, zips, quilting fabric, beads, buttons, sewing machines, rulers, silk flowers, leather hides - all that you can think of in craft and sewing supplies and more! The upcycled market is for those that create fabulous items from home furnishing to clothing from what is no longer wanted by others. If your looking to sell - book your 2 metres square spot - fee applies. If you are a buyer entry is free.
Add to Calendar 2021-12-04 12:00 am 2021-12-04 12:00 am Hills Fabric & Craft De-Stash and Upcycled Markets The Hills Fabric and Craft De-Stash for those unwanted crafting items, fabric supplies, scrapbooking goodies and long forgotten projects. Head along to buy silks, ribbons, sateen, lace, zips, quilting fabric, beads, buttons, sewing machines, rulers, silk flowers, leather hides - all that you can think of in craft and sewing supplies and more! The upcycled market is for those that create fabulous items from home furnishing to clothing from what is no longer wanted by others. If your looking to sell - book your 2 metres square spot - fee applies. If you are a buyer entry is free. 1470 Stoneville Road, Mundaring , WA , 6073 , Australia
1470 Stoneville Road, Mundaring , WA , 6073 , Australia
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