On 5th December – Seven Superb Crafter Stalls in Northern Ireland at St Georges Market

Last night and this morning our Christmas decorations went up – hurrah

Thanks to my parents coming over to take out the kids, I got time to myself to explore both the St Georges Christmas Craft Market and the Belfast Continental Christmas Market.

There are so many gorgeous creations to share, but for this post I am now going to focus on my top finds, with links where possible. They don’t all have websites (yet!) but hoping to have some further contact with them ….. so watch this space!

Arts & Soul Creative

A beautiful selection of handmade items using natural products, materials and colours (website coming soon)

Lynne Chambers, Artist

 

Tent Recycling into Fashion – Belfast Rain

I love this concept – recycling tents into trendy and practical skirts. Also brooches, bags and other amazing creations – check out the site.

 

Scarves – Triangular Weaves

Beautifully soft hand woven scarves in lovely colours and fabrics. I SHOULD have bought the scarf that matched my new coat, and of course I now regret it!

 

Dannii Designs

Right beside the scarves were these amazing funky boots/christmas stockings. So fun and totally impractical!

TickTock Trading – Shains

 
These were great funky products which can be personalised (a bit like the way Crocs can be) with cute images and the entire alphabet.  Products included keyrings, bracelets, necklaces and brooches, made using recycled and recyclable material – another purchase I regret not making!   Although not hand-crafted, I could not resist featuring them in my top 7.



Placed

Beautiful selection of products, all hand crafted, and most with gaelic words subtley placed on them. Very high quality, and I really fell for the wee sleeping bunnies.

Although everyone I feature did not have websites I have all their contact details and if possible, I will try to arrange some giveaways or product reviews of some of their goodies, how does that sound?

So, what did YOU do today?

5 thoughts on “On 5th December – Seven Superb Crafter Stalls in Northern Ireland at St Georges Market”

  1. Oh gosh those scarves are gorgeous! I’ve just picked up crocheting again after 15 years… I wonder if I could whip up something like that?

    You take beautiful photos.

    I found you on SITS. Happy SITS Saturday Sharefest!

  2. Wow, those are some beautiful crafts and great photos. Hmmm…I so need a new camera. Any idea of where to get some online at bargain basement prices.
    Nothing exciting here excepting catching up on sleep while littlie caught up with his grandparents….bliss 🙂

  3. The scarves are to die for (fancier than the ones I posted about today!) and I love the boot stockings!

    Popping over from SITS – Have a fabulous day!

  4. Also this pics is delightfully gambled away again!
    I love your work!!
    Your Blog is really nice!
    With pleasure I come you visit here again!

  5. SIGH – you had to go without me, so sad. Ohhh, probably a good thing, had I ever afforded to GET over to see you I for sure would not have $ to get the crafts LOL! Still, because you are so thoughtful to let us visit through the lens of your camera we get the best of both worlds – to see, but not have the ability to buy haha! Well, not really, some of your items shown are incredible. What a mass of talent “out there”

    Thank you for including us in your day.

    Love, Barb

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