Unfortunately, due to COVID we weren't able to do a market in 2020 but we had a great vendor line up in 2019. We packed in a greater selection of artisans into 2 days. These are some of the amazing vendors we had in 2019 and some of these you will definitely see returning in 2021! Stay tuned for updates.
2019's line-up included local favourites ScouterWear with dog wear and accessories as well as Cord & Stone with stunning jewellery hand crocheted from Argentium Silver. Also back Ladner Artisan Chocolates with their handcrafted artisan chocolates that are truly out of this world and Guava Jelly with handpainted t-shirts, onesies & knitted toques. You could not have missed the long line for Stepping Stones Bakery which had a delicious selection of holiday baking. We also welcomed back Il Fioraio Florist with whimsical holiday décor, wreaths and flower arrangements. We also had the author of Well Preserved, Mary Ann Dragan who had a selection of holiday décor for the home. Sole Tibi Studio returned with unique one-of-a-kind silver jewellery with precious stones. ILiveInEastVan was on hand with East Van merchandise including reusable tote bags, t-shirts and toques. BagItUpByKate was back with items to help you reduce your plastic use when shopping. Bill’s Jam and Chutney was back with blueberry jam and nectarine chutney. Pottery Works joined us with stunning ceramic creations from a collective of artists overcoming disability through their art. 2 Fork Designs was there with all natural treats for the canine member of your family. Ebb and Flo Designs joined us with beautiful jewellery made with seaglass and silver. Gingersnap Crochet and Knixed and Relaxed was on hand with toques, hats, mitts and scarves to keep you warm and cozy. Speak Glitter Designs had an array of handpainted cards and prints in unique designs. Hempur joined us with body care products made from organically sourced hemp seed oil. Mongo Custom Creations was with us with great gift ideas for all ages and the re-usable Santa Sacks that can be personalized on the spot. We were excited to welcome a new maker, Rakia, who showed fun and whimsical holiday décor and tree ornaments. Lastly, we were excited to welcome Second Nature Home which is a home décor boutique located in East Vancouver. Second Nature Home supports hundreds of BC and Canadian artisans and makers and had a great Pop Up Shop at the market with a wide array of items perfect for gift giving over the holiday season.
We hope to see you at this year's Tugboat Landing Artisan Market December 4th!