Harvest of Crafts Sale 2021 (cancelled)

Harvest of Crafts Sale 2021 (cancelled)

Looking at the current Covid-19 Pandemic situation and the fact that our status for the coming months is unknown, the Harvest of Crafts Committee has made the decision not to hold the sale in 2021. Our intention is to hopefully resume the Craft Sale in 2022.

As the coordinator of the outside Vendors for the Craft Sale, I have been in contact with our current vendors to inform them of our decision.  It was decided that we would offer them the opportunity to sell their crafts to the Streetsville United Church community. 

Please feel free to get in touch with me at if you have any questions or need more information.  Cathy Hitchcock

The following is a list of vendors who are interested at this time and their specific information for those of you who want to make contact with them.

Craft Sale Vendors

Shirley Jessop has a number of knit items available.  These include towels, toddler and crib quilts, dish cloths and slippers.  She can be reached at 905-858-2754.

Maria Cabral’s business is “Hand Crafted Stitches”.   She has knitted and crocheted doll clothes, toys and animals.  She also makes blankets and basket beds.  She can be reached at 647-746-9739.

Dave Cook – Dave is an author of many books about Mississauga.  His latest two books are Fading History Volumes 1 and 2.  Topics range from sports to royalty to the Avro Arrow and John Sanford who designed the space shuttle.  All the stories originated in the western areas of the GTA.  There are more than 35 stories in the two soft covered books. The books cost $20.00 for one or $35.00 for two.  Dave will deliver them for free if you live in Mississauga.  He can be reached at  

Mimi Dunski – Mimi creates pieces of jewellery that include necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.  Many of her creations are a complete set.  She can be reached at her Esty shop link at        https://www.etsy.com/shop/CreationsByMimi

Wendy Horbay – Wendy creates jewellery using semi-precious stones, pearls and fine crystals that includes necklaces, earrings and bracelets.  She can be contacted at .  She is currently working on making full online purchase and shipping available.  For now, she is asking that anyone who is interested in her items to please contact her through the above email address to arrange payment and shipping by Canada Post directly through her.

Cindy Mendendorp – Cindy creates folk and decorative paintings.  These include Christmas ornaments, wooden boxes of different shapes and sizes, bags, wooden wall hangings and plaques.   To view her items and arrange a purchase, you can go to her Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/OneCraftyPainter

Jessie McGregor – Jessie is a knitter.  Her items include mittens, gloves, children’s sweaters, hats and scarves in a variety of sizes.  She can be reached at and the name of her business is “Jessie, “Hand knits”.