I’m always delighted by the creativity and innovation that flourishes within the indie community. The wonderful array of virtual markets that are popping up all around the country is a testament to that adaptable spirit. Here’s a round-up of online events sourced from the Indie Roller community for you to shop at and sell at and most of all – have fun at!
💛 To make up for their cancelled night market, Fierce Babe in Norwich have set up a virtual market on Facebook. Join them at 7pm on Saturday 11th April HERE.
💚 Make More Stuff represents makers from the North and have been operating Northern Craft fairs since 2016. Join their first ever online fair on Saturday 11th April HERE.
💙 Eventissima is an artisan, craft and vintage fair that will fling their virtual doors open for the first time on Saturday 11th April and then become weekly HERE.
❤️ SoLo Craft Fair based in South London and featured in Time Out and the Evening Standard hosts a virtual market in their Instagram Stories every Saturday at midday HERE.
💖 The next Macabre Online Monthly Market featuring alternative, weird & wonderful trinkets and treasure is on the 1st May HERE.
💛 Set up a virtual stall at Manchester’s new market for artists, makers and producers HERE.
💚 The South London Makers Market, usually based in Crystal Palace, is now online and will launch at 12 noon on Sunday 12th April. Check it out and apply for a stall HERE.
💙 Crafty North Londoner have moved their markets to their Instagram Stories and the next one is on Saturday 11th April HERE.
❤️ Shop The Makers Market via their Hashtag #makersmarketfromhome where you can browse the stalls taking part on Instagram.
💖 Spot Design Market’s online Spring Edit takes place on Saturday 18th April. More info HERE.
💛 Shop the Alternative Market on their Facebook page HERE.
💚 Shop Creative UK is having a bumper Easter weekend virtual market HERE.
💙 Pedddle have created a brand new membership for makers to take part in their array of virtual markets over the coming months. Find out more HERE.
Illustration by Beckie Burkill.