San Francisco Renegade Craft Fair Maker Roundup

It's the best time of the year for buying handmade! I scooted over to the Renegade Craft Fair at Fort Mason this past weekend to see what cute-ness awaited me, and I wasn't disappointed. Here are a few vendors that stood out to me during the show. For the full roster and all your holiday shopping needs, check out their main website.

Madime Macrame

I loved the simple handmade planters this vendor sold, in combination with the different types of macrame hangers. She also had some unique air plant hangers that I had never seen before. Add a viney pothos plant, and you're all set!

 Handmade hanging planterMacrame plant holder


Naomi Sutton Textiles

Embroidery wall art   wall weaving


 Mira Blackman

Mira sources super soft and unique fabrics from Africa, then sews them into clothing inspired by traditional garments around the world. She also works with a fair trade and woman-run weaving collective in Uganda.

handmade womens clothing


Tiny Badger Ceramics

This vendor was one of my favorites. Between the faceted porcelain exterior and candy color finishes, what's not to like? Check out their site to see more fun tabletop pieces.


handmade ceramic bowls


Carole Neilson Ceramics

This vendor had a really unique style when it came to her ceramics. The textured color finish on all her pieces is created by smoke and ash. 

handmade ceramics   neutral ceramics


Those were my favorites from this year's holiday show. Tell me who your favorite handmade vendors are in the comments!