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2 weeks to go!! Spring Market - Sat 6 May

Shopping, crafts and live art!

Not long to wait until our spring market at Oval Space, Bethnal Green on Sat 6th May. There will be 75+ designer makers for you to shop from, great music, drinks, craft workshops and more. You can even visit Andsmile's stand and get your very own portrait done, what a special treat!

View the full trader listings by clicking here

On the blog - Making the most of Social Media with great photography
Social media is one of the best tools available to designer-makers right now, but are we all embracing it as well as we could? Jenny Hyde from Copper Boom Studio talks us through her top tips for making your feed look as appealing as possible!

Read the feature now by clicking here...


Have you joined in yet? Head to our Instagram page (@craftyfoxmarket) and have a look at the #CraftyFoxFinds hashtag to discover new makers and products!

Every Friday we share our favourites on the blog and on our Instagram feed, so have a look and see what you can discover. Image: @SingleMaltTeapot

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Need a last minute gift or just even an independent shopping fix? Then head over to our Shopping With Soul directory for a wide selection of designer makers to choose from.

You can also read our shopping guides for more ideas, check them out by clicking here.

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