Rekindle your love for all things winter at the Barn Market

IT’S that time of year again when we need a little lift to keep us going through the cold Tasmanian winter months.

The help keep the creative fires burning, the Midwinter Barn Market is offering a fabulous line-up of fashion, home and garden wares, art and design.

Market manager Tamsin Singleton said the stallholders at the Midwinter Barn Market had a range of inspiring winter collections ready to be displayed.

“It’s exciting to be able to present such a high calibre, innovative line-up of stallholders,” she said.

“While fashion and accessories range from winter woollies like a cosy ‘Juju-Bee Creations’ hat or the popular hoodies from ‘Love.Ink,operated’, there is still plenty to satisfy those looking for a bit of glamour.”

Ms Singleton said the market team were also excited to welcome a range of new talent from around the state.

“Debuting at the market will be Old Franklin Textiles, with stunning hand-woven designs, as well as Kelly from Funky Face Fun,” she said.

“While children might flock to her for a wintery themed face painting, Kelly will be happy to provide embellishment to faces of all ages.”

Coal Valley Cider, Bentwood coffee, Home Harvest soups and the Wood-fiery Redhead pizza will also be making an appearance at the winter themed event.

And not many will be able to resist the array of boutique-baked goods from the seasonally inspired Sugar and Spice and Belar Bakery.

“The Barn and grounds of Rosny Farm provide a warm and inviting backdrop for the products brought to the market,” Ms Singleton said.

“With such a fabulous line-up, it’s hard not to rekindle your love for all things winter at the Midwinter Barn Market.”

The Barn Market will be held on Saturday 25 July from 10am-3pm at the Barn, Rosny Farm on Rosny Hill Road, between Eastlands and the golf course.

For more information about the Barn Market, go to http://thebarnmarket.blogspot.com.au.

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