The Southern Hemisphere's largest working craft fair has wrapped up for another year.
Tasmanian Craft Fair director Lesley Dare said it had been a great four days.
"We haven't got final gate figures, but we're certainly up from last year," she said.
"Exhibitors were happy, all the people who came along were happy, so it's really been a great craft fair."
About 260 stalls were exhibited at this year's event, with specialties such as artwork, clothing, jewellery, soap, gin, cakes, and plants.
This year's event ran from November 1 to 4 across eight venues at Deloraine.
The Tasmanian Craft Fair is run by the Rotary Club of Deloraine in partnership with other organisations and volunteers. Funds raised from the event go into project for the Meander Valley community and also into Rotary projects worldwide.