Taking part on both saturday and sunday from 11-5 and featuring lots of makers, I think it's something indulgent like 90 plus makers taking part each day, including my wharf st studio buddy @charlietaylordesign. We're both trekking down from Yorkshire! Charlie is there on the saturday and I am doing sunday.
The Capalog at the same venue and market in Dec 2022 for their xmas market
As for what caps to expect on my stall, all the panel caps will be available to buy and try on and buy. There will be the monochrome panel caps in Olive, Mustard, Teal, Copper and Cornflower.
As well as the cord panel caps in Tan, Teal, Blue & Green.
Size wise so you know what to expect, there are caps in every one of the sizes on the stall, from XS-4XL. But promising your specific size and colour of cap will be there, is a little trickier. I could bring every colour and size, but from a textile waste point of view that is a little wasteful and does not really align with being a sustainable biz. Let alone the sewing time to do that!
But I've got that covered too, so there is a system in place if you can't take home your size on the day. For those that don't know every cap style is available to order in sizes XS-4XL (& above). Size wise I tend to go on feedback from previous markets, so I bring the sizes that are most popular, but I always make sure there is at least one of each size there to try, so anyone can figure out their size and everyone's head size is accessible.
ALSO as a way of thank you of supporting a slow fashion business, then IF you size and colour isn't in stock there, then you can order one in your size at the stall with an exclusive market only 15% discount, for your cap to be made up in the following weeks batch.
So worst case, you can see your cap style in person, try on the style in person in your size, but maybe just order it in your specific colourway to be made up.
For this weekend, all the details about Crafty Fox Market can be found on the event page on this website, with more info on their own website here, including the directory of all the makers trading and selling their wares, so you can figure out if it is worth the day out or not! (It is, otherwise I wouldn't trek down from Yorkshire!)