Francine is a resident of Hampton who brings her handmade household items to the Kingston Farmers Market each Saturday. Along with her best-selling item – placemats, she sells children’s clothing, baby blankets, bibs, potholders, oven mitts, table runners, dish cloths, tea cozies, aprons, and more. Francine says she enjoys coming to the Market for the people!
D&J Crafts is run by a retired couple from Westfield, NB who use reclaimed hardwood – for suncatchers (birds and butterflies), specialty hardwood, intarsia and scrollwork pieces. Everything is cut with a scroll saw, not laser cut. Customers can also contact them by email at email@example.com. What they enjoy most about the Market is the friendly atmosphere!
Signs and Other Things
Based in Quispamsis, NB, Signs and Other Things sells a variety of seaglass items, pictures, cards, and suncatchers. Other than at the Kingston Farmers Market, their products can be seen on their Facebook page Signs and Other Things and at Area 506 with Together Design. They love going to the Market especially meeting new people and the welcoming reception given by and to everyone…not to mention the beautiful surroundings, and the building’s wonderful character.
Phil’s Unique Birdhouses
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Phil lives in Riverview, NB, and is retired, devoting his spare time to create unique birdhouses. Their bestseller is Hoo House. His products are available at the Kingston Farmers Market or on Facebook Marketplace. Phil says he most enjoys the people and the friendly atmosphere at the Market.
Linda’s Palate Delights
Linda Brodbeck moved to Sussex Corner, NB 13 years ago from Germany. She also sells her products at the Country Home Bakery in Sussex Corner. Linda makes homemade BBQ sauces, fruit drizzles, baked goods such as bread, mustards, jams, spreads and dressings. Linda says she enjoys the atmosphere at the market, as well as interacting with her customers and fellow vendors.
Hopeys Heavenly Gifts
Pamela Hopey moved to this area from Willow Grove, NB, and she proudly serves a variety of homemade treasures such as preserves, jams, jellies and pickles, canned fresh fiddleheads, sweets, breads and cookies. She also makes flower arrangements and can create custom gift baskets. Pamela says her best sellers are red pepper jelly and fiddleheads. She enjoys the people and the atmosphere at the Market.
Doug & Grace Creations
Doug and Grace are both retired but enjoy keeping busy with their hobby making unique windchimes, sun catchers, as well as handcrafted driftwood and seaglass craft items. They live in Willow Grove, NB, and say their best sellers are windchimes and driftwood crafts. What they like most about the Kingston Farmers Market are the customers and vendors, and the nice social atmosphere on Saturdays.
Vida’s Shea Butter & Things
Vida is always excited to share the special qualities of her homemade shea butter, and the many benefits it offers. In addition to shea butter, Vida also sells homemade scrunchies and beaded bracelets. She travels to the Kingston Farmers Market on Saturdays from across the river in Quispamsis, and she said she most enjoys the people she meets at the Market.
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