This is just a spur of the moment post, but I wanted to share a few of the vendors at Renegade Craft Fair San Francisco that I just loved, and whose shops I’m still browsing!
A chic shop selling everything from furniture to hanging planters!
This Berkeley artist is all about macrame, and these knotted nests are what got me!
A shop I’ve adored before, Local & Lejos features work from artisans around the world. Really diggin’ that serape!
Sarah Duyer creates playful and geometric ceramic pieces including planters and bowls, and a few very chic dip glazed pieces.
The hand embroidered flats (and many many other pieces created by talented Palestinian women artists) from Darzah caught my eye as I wandered through the aisles of Renegade.
Arguably my favorite vendor, Res Ipsa turns Turkish kilims into flats, loafers, and the most gorgeous bags and backpacks!
I fall hard for woven anything–which is why I stopped to ogle Moccian’s woven bags, totes, and clutches.
I’ve burned these candles every night since Renegade. They are the most affordable, fragrant candles I’ve had and I will soon stock up on more jars!
Have you attended any of the Renegade craft fairs? What artisan or crafter do you recommend?