Ann’s hand-dyed silk, rayon, and cotton scarves are one of a kind and fun to wear. Each week at the market Ann also displays one of her fine art quilts inspired by Cape Breton landscapes, weather, and music.
Yvonne creates a variety of hand knitted items including; European art knitting, wine bottle hats, socks, hats, and slippers.
7460 Marble Mountain Road
River Denys, Nova Scotia
Beaton Beach Treasures sells memory lockets with beach glass, charms and family tree plates. This year Alisha will also be selling children’s beaded bracelets, pebble art and beach stone rings and necklaces.
The Bellemeade Farm Shoppe is located in Mabou, Nova Scotia, on the rugged west coast of Cape Breton Island. Our flock of sheep is shorn once a year in the spring and their wool is transformed into a variety of unique, handmade products! Our shoppe retails sheepskin products, hand-dyed yarn, and knitting supplies, as well as handwoven items and handcrafted knitwear crafted in our tiny textile studio above the store.
At my booth, you will find one-of-a-kind purses and bags that I create from reclaimed clothing, materials and accessories. I also make quilts for the wall and bed. There are packable sized items ie tartan tam lapel pins.
Sheldon crafts beautiful stained glass creations, such as sun-catchers, night lights and ornaments.
Cloak of Violets is a small four season farm in Glencoe Mills, Cape
Breton. We grow a limited quantity of produce year round, as well as
producing a line of body care products sold under the name It’s About
Thyme Aromatherapy. At our booth you will also find colourful and fun
Doris creates a number of crafts from a variety of materials including, wooden gnomes, felted sea-stars of local wool & dog hair, knit-felted crafts: magnets, brooches, earrings, flowers; crafted creations.