Craft lovers turned out in force to see what was on offer at the Tasmanian Makers and Creators Festival, which was held at Door of Hope on Saturday.
With everything from clothes and candles to wood products and craft, there was something for everyone, especially those looking for unique Christmas gifts.
Liz Harris's Rebound Books proved to be one of the festival's standout stalls. She specialises in collecting old books cover and filling them with paper to make notebooks and diaries.
"I bought the business from a couple in Melbourne," Mrs Harris said.
"They started in 2005 and were looking to step away from the business.
"I had just retired and I thought, 'where can I get my diary from if they are not going to be making them?' So I thought it would be great to take over and I've been doing this for four-and-a-half years now."
Mrs Harris said that she visited charity shops and received donations from people who had books they no longer wanted
"We do custom orders for those with a favourite book."
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