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Etsy Made Local Markets

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  3. Jewlery at Esty Made Local 2018
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Time Out says

Sydney’s huge maker market is coming to the centre of town

Etsy Made Local markets give young businesses the chance to sell their wares at a big event – and give you the opportunity to buy direct from the local makers who are the stars of Etsy’s online marketplace. This year’s event is once again popping up at the end of November, making it a prime time for a stocking filler shopping spree.

This is the fifth year for Sydney’s Etsy Made Local and it’s switching up the location again, moving into the grand space at Town Hall.

The pop-up markets are organised by community teams of local Etsy sellers in each location, and the annual event usually sees more than 100 local makers setting up stalls selling creative, handmade gifts ranging from ceramics and jewellery to vintage clothing and artworks.

Stallholders will be locked in by the end of August, and you can scope out the line-up on their Facebook page or website closer to the date. Entry to the marketplace is by gold coin donation.

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Time Out editors


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