January 18, 2018

Vendor List

We have LOTS (over 30 .. and up to 60) Vendors items on sale at any given day.   Drop in and see new items almost daily…

Bluenose Creations

Come in and meet Deannie, one of Pictou’s most outstanding artists. She paints what she seas on every sort of  surface from wood to shells. 

Come and see her many pieces of artwork of the Pictou she lives in.





Nadine has also published a book about PICTOU

.. it includes facts, maps and lots of pictures.



Marion & Merle

Marion & Merle are a crafty couple. He creates many outdoor ornaments, children’s toys, airplanes, whirly birds, and wooden plaques.  Merle feels right at home creating with wood.


Marion on the other hand loves to create with fabric and yarn. Children’s tartan dresses & onesies, vests, stuffies, hats, blankets, and much, much more.

Gallant Crafts

Another of our crafty couples, Laurie and Nonie make a great team creating their products. Laurie works with scroll art, wooden plaques, Christmas ornaments, unique Santa’s sleigh & reindeer set. He’s also created a Yardzee Game.  Nonie sticks with creating pot holders, tea towels, aprons, potato bags, knitted mitts, etc.




PJ Creations



Phyllis makes the most beautiful jewellery including but not limited to ankle bracelets, charm brooches, necklaces, Swarovski crystal earrings & necklaces. She also enjoys creating, children and baby items like bows, hair bands, bibs, burp cloths, car seat canopies, etc. Come in and set a spell to visit with Phyllis .


Keltic Lily Crafts and Soap

Sandy creates soap & room sprays, crocheted shawls & accessories, and has both completed and kits for Diamond Art.






Like a combination of cross-stitch and paint-by-numbers, diamond painting is the new creative hobby that’s taking the crafting world by storm.

You simply apply colorful resin rhinestones to richly-pigmented canvas paintings.

The result? Visually dazzling, mosaic diamond artworks that sparkle, shimmer, and shine.

Forget About Time as the Beauty Emerges

People describe diamond painting as more relaxing than any other craft because of how calming it feels to place the diamonds one by one. The hours fly by as you channel your creativity into a stunning finished artwork.

It’s fun, easy — and it’s for everyone. Whether you’re an experienced crafter or looking for your first creative outlet, you can make beautiful diamond art with little effort and no mess!

It’s the new hobby that lets you unwind while creating something you’ll be proud of.

Being an Artist has Never Been So Simple

Creating your diamond art painting is a straightforward, three-step process:

  1. Dip the tip of applicator tool into the strip of wax
  2. Pick up each diamond by pressing the applicator to diamond’s rounded, faceted side
  3. Apply each diamond to the adhesive canvas template, placing it based on the color-coded chart


Come in and meet Jocelyne and let her tell you of her love for sea glass and the many miles she walks along the Northumberland Strait beaches searching for the pieces. See her unique and extremely interesting creations she made from her finds. Angry Fish, Sun Catchers, necklaces, earrings and sea glass pictures to name a few





   Angry Fish 🙂       Drift wood/shell wind chimes




Bee’s Knitting

Come in and browse through the many hand knitted creations Bee has made, many from 100% wool. Gloves, thrums, socks, shawls, sweaters, spool knit acrylic mats, and many more.

Mr. J  Musician

Mr. J, known as Leonard Johnson to many, is excited to be playing at the Water Street Market this year.  He plans to be entertaining customers and vendors on Sundays, and other days when he is available.

Leonard Johnson moved from Alberta four years ago, and now lives in Pictou, NS.  His repertoire spans the years, with Rock and Roll from the 50’s to the 70’s, Easy Listening and Pop tunes, and  Country from the classics to the current. His “one man band” was popular the last three years at the former Weekend Market in Pictou.

New this year, Mr. J is offering a selection of CD’s for sale at the Market. There will also be USB sticks with tunes if your car doesn’t have a CD player!  They will be available when Mr. J is playing or every day at PJ Creations at the Market.

Follow Mr. J on Facebook at Mr. J Music, and be sure to drop into the Market and say hello!


Old Fashion Fudge

Hard old fashion fudge “Nannie Jean’s Fudge” , just like all the Nannies used to make is available here!

Chocolate or Vanilla

$3.00 a bag of 4  pieces.


Shane’s Vegetables & Berries

Locally grown peas, beans, lettuce, onions. With the late start to the warm weather, the vegetables are slow to growing and may be late this year.
Red & black currants, gooseberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries. Some berries are available for “you-pick”. Shane also grows & sells Aloe Vera plants

Doug & Katy’s Veggies

Locally grown peas, beans, carrots, potatoes, beets, lettuce and lots more. See you at the market

Take Time to be Kind

Bonnie creates kindness heart passes. Carry one with you and when you witness someone being kind, pass the heart along to them. Spread kindness one heart at a time. 





Nova Scotia T-scarves by Catherine

Check out our nova scotia tartan selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from Catherine.





Creative Watters Art & Design

Darlene was formally trained in Fine Art and as an Illustrator. She went on to make a career in Graphic Design and Print Production. Born from Nova Scotian roots, raised in south-western Ontario, she spent a decade designing Print Graphics for the entertainment industry in Los Angeles, CA.

Now home in Nova Scotia, she pursues her traditional side as a Fine Artist, creating original works and commissions. While natural settings and wildlife are her main subjects, she loves delving into life drawing and portraiture. All of her art has a focus on detail and expression. With the goal of uncovering the wonder and light in every-day surroundings, she never lacks for inspiration. Her website can be found here.


Originals by Sheila Green


Come in and see Sheila’s beautiful work.  Sheila grew up in Nova Scotia. After becoming an “empty nester” she began painting and drawing. She divides her studio time between portraits and landscapes, with the occasional wild bird thrown in- or whatever else interests her.

Sheila’s style is representational, with bold colour harmony. She loves painting En Plein Air whenever possible.

Name- Sheila Green
phone- 902-396-5847 mobile- 902-759-1365
 New Glasgow George St bridge.

Art by Lyn-Sue Wise

Originals & prints, cards of Lyn-Sue’s watercolours available at the market.

ZAP Inspirations

Tangled and pebble art by Eva Marks-MacIsaac





Darlene Dixon

Original artwork and prints.





Crafty Gurl Creations

Wood signs, many nautical themes.



Handcrafted Wood by Leander Pitts

Candle holders, wind motion creations




Karlene’s Sewing

Sewing, tartan placemats, pot holders, market bags

Made Just For You by Joyce

Flour sack tea towels, infinity scarves.





Cards by Brenda

Unique all occasion 3D  cards, and only $5 … they are “one of a kind” !!





Fine Art Photography by Connie Publicover

An international award winning water drop photographer from Nova Scotia, Canada. Her images capture moments in time that are pure and present but usually never seen with the naked eye. The beauty of these small worlds captured in camera continue to be a labour of love that amazes. To date, seven of her images have been selected from World Wide submissions by Kodak as “Picture of the Day” and displayed on Times Square, New York City.

Bramble Hill Farms

Offering delicious & healthy salad mixes

Gluten & Lactose Free Baking by Shane

Cookies, loaves, muffins, brownies, squares, etc.

Fudge by Our Fudge Lady

Carol, makes the most delicious soft fudge including brown sugar, maple, chocolate, peanut butter, & more.