Our Makers

Our list of Makers is a work-in-progress.
In time we hope to build a page with the stories of our current makers.

Tom Cartmill is the maker behind Tom’s Flutes: Bamboo and wooden flutes.

Tom is one of 10 children raised in northern New South Wales and only found his passion when making bamboo and wooden flutes. Taught by one of the best – Charlie from Blue Bare Flutes, he has gravitated to the North American native style flute as a personal favourite.

All his flutes are made only with natural products like eucalyptus or tea tree oil, before being finished with a wax polish. Tom’s flutes are easy to play with a 5 note scale; all customers will receive the flute fingering and major keys and tomes to get you started.

https://www.tomsflutes.com/
Toms Flutes

Marilyn is the maker behind MK Gallery

Pet art creates for you meaningful, personal gifts perfect for birthdays, anniversaries or event to capture a memory of a loved lost pet that has passed over the rainbow bridge.

Marilyn has been painting all her life and although had been painting abstract acrylic found her passion painting animals and finding their individual character and bringing them to life on canvas. Marilyn will paint any pet from an Ant to a Zebra. Feel free to bring along a few photos of your pet and have a chat to Marilyn about the endless creative possibilities.

Her most recent goal is to make MK Gallery a convergence of artists that can work with customers to create unique and valued pieces.

https://mk.gallery/
https://www.facebook.com/TheMKGallery/
MK Gallery

Rod and Wendy are the makers behind Rod’s Wooden Toys

Rod has been making these nostalgic wooden toys for 7 years. When he retired he joined a wood club and had a go, he made many toys and would send them to charities. A friend asked if he would like to sell some at her market and they were excited at how much they sold and have never turned back. Both Rod and Wendy especially love the Mitchie Markets because of the great family atmosphere and deliberately keep the prices down so more children and families can play and appreciate his work, the more they sell the more Rod can make and that’s what it’s all about.

At the time of printing Rod and Wendy have been present at every Mitchie Makers Market (20 and counting!).

Rod's Toys