From now until Sunday, December 8, head down to the at the to shop for your holiday gifts. You can feel good about your purchases, knowing that 10 percent of the exhibitors' proceeds go to , which allows kids who might not otherwise have the chance to the see the Nutcracker ballet and participate in Nutcracker-related activities. Plus there are over 80 exhibitors selling for a range of budgets. Here are five stalls that caught my shopping eye.Grow an herb garden, exotic tree or even a blue spruce bonsai forest. Pictured here is the ($21). This eco-conscious company will get that green thumb (or not-so-green thumb) on your list started with an indoor garden. They also have kits for kids.From her home in Bolton in the Townships, Robin Badger makes for an affordable price (mixing bowls, above, $125). Badger insists she really wants people to use her pottery, and not just keep it on a shelf. Looking for something smaller She also makes mugs of all sizes.At this exhibit stand you'll find an array of lovely, Montreal-made . The "collier brochas" ($65) caught my eye. Made with old re-purposed brooches, they are the perfect item for a holiday party - I mean a thoughtful gift.This new yarn located in the Plateau has one of the most colourful stands at the market. The staff will help you choose the right hand-dyed yarn for your knitting or crochet project and have free patterns available. Have someone on your list who's a knitter or just has a DIY spirit This could be your stop for them.These hand-woven, cotton Mediterranean ($40) make a beautiful gift for him or her. Perfect for a picnic at the park, to use as a bath towel or as a lounging blanket at the beach.