FIVE FAB FINDS FOUND AT THE APRIL LESLIEVILLE FLEA!

Beautiful weather and friends ruled at Leslieville Flea's last flea of the season held at the beautiful Distillery District.  While spring brought the sunshine, vendors brought the patina! Here are just some examples. Shelley Edison brought these fire hose reels aged to perfection!         Say NO to fast fashion and YES to this vintage black dress complete with crinoline from GLT Toronto. Perfect for grad or summer weddings!       Jenny from Vintage 30 showcased this set of vintage bowling pins. The grain and pattern in the wood is absolutely stunning and these would make a beautiful focus statement for a shelf or mantle. Check out her online shop at https://leslievilleflea.com/store/vintage-30-2/       Maps galore were all the rage at fave Flea...

Vendor Q & A….get to know some of the vendors who will be at the next Flea

The absolute, very best thing about our market is our vendors....it's been so great to get to know them over the years and we have really created a community together that is supportive, friendly and fun.  When you buy something at the Flea, you are meeting the maker or the person who has uncovered, recovered or hunted for that item.  You can get the history and story behind it and they are always willing to chat and share their knowledge...it's what makes a day at the Flea so special. We wanted to get to know them even better, so we sat down with them (virtually)  and asked them some questions about their business, collecting/making and being a vendor. CHAIWALA Q:  What is the inspiration for doing what you do?  what really gets you up and at it? A:  When we came home to Canada after our world travels we really missed our daily...