This year’s Renegade Craft Fair was as packed as ever on a foggy-turned-sunny weekend in San Francisco. The massive Fort Mason Festival Pavilion was packed to the brim with shoppers bustling around the 200+ makers, designers and food / drink stalls. The winter fair is hosted at the perfect time, as we start thinking about holiday gifts for family and friends. A few favorites, below!
Tiny Badger Ceramics
A San Diego-based ceramics studio with the prettiest pastel ceramics (as the name implies). We already have a ton of mugs and bowls at home, otherwise my bank account would be hurting! Instead, I purchased a bud vase for my mother and a ring dish for my husband.
Tons of cute, plant themed pins and keychains. I never knew I wanted a Protea pin in my life until now! This “plant lady is the new cat lady” pin is perfect for the plant lover in your life.
Old Salt Merchants
A fun collection of salts and sugars, ranging from flavored varieties to beautiful, chunky flakes that you can use to garnish desserts and dishes. The truffle salt was delicious and the habenero salt really packs a punch. I signed up for their newsletter for their soon-to-be-launched sampler pack of 6 salts for $35, which will arrive with plenty of time for Christmas. A great gift for anyone who loves cooking or entertaining!
Cactus Club Prints
So many whimsical prints, stickers and cards featuring animals and plants. Some favorites include this Sloth Squad print, Corgi Club print, and all these plant stickers.
This San Francisco-based brand creates beautiful, functional totes to make it easier to transport dishes, casseroles and more. Each of their designs takes into account origami principles to reduce the amount of offcut fabric and minimize manufacturing waste. Favorites include this casserole tote and two-bottle wine holder.
You can check out the full list of vendors here on the Renegade website. I’m sad to miss West Coast Craft next week, but am glad I was able to make it to Renegade at the very least!