Hundreds of New York’s most talented makers will be setting up shop at the free and super-cool Renegade Craft Fair, located at the Metropolitan Pavilion (125 W. 18th St.) on November 18 and 19. Better yet, Time Out is giving you the chance to win a prize pack featuring stellar products from the best vendors there.
If you’re unfamiliar, The Renegade Craft Fair shows off the best independent handmade crafts in a vibrant and contemporary marketplace setting, complete with great food and drinks. The craft extravaganza attracts more than 325,000 shoppers in major cities like Chicago, Portland, Los Angeles and London.
Enter the Time Out Renegade Craft Fair Maker Giveaway for a chance to score goodies for a total retail value of $2,405, which will give your wardrobe and home a much-needed spruce. Here’s a sneak peek of the loot you could potentially win from these incredible vendors below!
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Time Out Renegade Craft Fair Maker Giveaway Official Rules
CONTEST RULES: One entry per person. These competitions are open to any U.S. resident (unless otherwise stated) except employees of Time Out and sponsoring organizations, their agents or anyone directly connected to these promotions. No purchase required for this promotion. Contest valid 11/9/17 through 11/22/17 at 9:00AM CST. Winners must be 21 years of age or older unless otherwise stated. Prizes are as described above; no cash alternatives will be given. Prizes may not be sold, traded, transferred or refunded. Any and all federal, state and local taxes are the responsibility of the winner. If for any reason winners are unable to use prizes within the time specified, the participating organizations are not responsible for providing replacement prizes. No make goods will be given in the event of a canceled or rescheduled event. Total prize valued at $2,405.
DISCLAIMER AND WAIVER: Time Out does not endorse or make any representation about the prize or quality of the services that are part of the prize. By participating in this contest, entrants agree to receive promotional emails from Time Out and waive any claims against Time Out arising out of use of the prize and related services. The odds of winning are relative to the number of correct, eligible entries received; winners will be drawn at random from this pool.
Renegade Craft Fair giveaway
This skin care line has a simple mantra; “If it’s good for sensitive skin, it’s good for all skin!”. Created by an esthetician with over a decade of experience, all of Alchemy Holistics products are produced with the finest natural ingredients to nourish, refresh and rejuvenate your skin. Take the In Bloom Hydrating Mist, paired with the Pumpkin + Carrot Antioxidant Oil, ($76) for instance; these plant based products help keep your skin hydrated with the finest oils while improving its look and feel all day long.
Wild Horses Run Free had a vision to create responsibly made handcrafted headwear that is cruelty free. And they have done just that, all of their hats are made in the USA with US wool that has been harvested without the use of museling practices. This stylish work of art—Riding Cap ($128)—includes a finishing touch of a vegan leather band around the rim.
Straight outta Brooklyn, NY and handcrafted by founder Allison Samuels, Two Tree Studios offers an assortment of wooden furnishings for the home. The pieces are meant to promote a further connection between the user and their everyday products. Just like the Honey cutting board ($60) helps even the greenest of chef’s devise culinary masterpieces.
New York winters aren’t known for being the kindest. Luckily DeBrosse has your need for cozy and chic knitwear covered. You’ll definitely want to curl up under this Italian wool blanket scarf ($78). All the knitwear helps benefit two orphanages in Haiti, you can even find company founder, Teresa Carter, there when she isn’t knitting or snacking.
Dreaming has never been sweeter in an Earthen Warrior sleep mask ($75). This NYC-based eco luxury company helps you drift off to sleep with 100% silk, naturally hand dyed eye masks. This one is dyed with turmeric and indigo, filled with lavender, rose, and lemon balm and is adorned with a rainbow moonstone at the third eye to promote rest and intuition.
De-stress from the daily NYC grind with an aromatherapeutic experience. Soukenberi started as a “project of relaxation’ by Westchester, NY based creator Suk Chan. First with candles and then evolved into a natural skincare line. This set of moisturizing oil, bath scrub and body butter ($93), packed with rose-infused oils, shea butter and organic cane sugar is the perfect introduction to a stress-free day.
Spencer Devine’s line of convertible hand and travel bags are born out of the Assam Capsule Project, which gives artisans in India the opportunity to earn money and experience while they grow their businesses. The bag featured here has just what you are looking for in a travel tote, the Assam Market Bag ($144); polished, stylish and made from 100% recycled plastic ($144).
Want to bring a more natural touch and positive energy into your life? Check out these pure vegan essential oil candles ($105) from Morphologically and awaken that spiritual and inspiring individual that’s begging to be set free. 100% all purchases go to support the non-profit organization War Child USA’s efforts to empower women in education and small-business training.
Born out of the love the natural elements, Moss + Twig is bringing the great outdoors inside. These table-top terrariums ($75) add that extra touch you have been looking for to your kitchen, desk or coffee table.
Wanderluxe is the craft jewelry and home goods collection you never knew you needed. With products ranging from wall hanging to necklaces, you are sure to find something for everyone on your list. Take the Sol necklace ($96) — made with brass, cotton, and hand stitched leather. It’s the perfect addition to any outfit.
LottoLove is the gift that gives more than once! It’s the first ever environmentally friendly scratch off card ($93) with a social mission. Benefitting one of their four non-profit partners: WaterisLife, SolarAid, Rise Against Hunger or LitWorld. All you need to do is scratch, match the icons to find out what was donated in your honor.
You can find inspiration in even the smallest of things. Make Scout founder Veronica Thompson found it in nature for her paper projects. Bring that inspiration and a little warmth to any home with the Winter Berry Wreath ($85). This paper flower wreath is arranged with paper eucalyptus leaves, magnolia leaves, felted “berries” with a sprinkle of snowy white anemones.
Ramsay is self described as “born wearing pearls”, is a creative artist living in Brooklyn, NY, who constructs jewelry through traditional metalsmithing mixed with textiles and trim. This particular statement piece, the Tiger Earrings ($146), are dreamcatchers made with leather, fringe chain and embroidery.
Fancy a cup of tea or have a tea drinker in your life? Fàilte (welcome!) to Makers Market! Founded by two Brooklyn friends, hailing from Scotland, Makers Market designs fabulous tea cosies (and other cozy home goods!), an essential in any tea lover’s home. With modern motifs printed on natural cotton canvases and European linens they are sure to be a perfect stocking stuffer.
A WAYS AWAY is the brand from French-American designer Clare McGibbon. The world is her muse and she uses many materials to create her one of a kind pieces. This particular evil eye talisman necklace ($95), is made of white stoneware clay and hand-painted 21k gold luster and is meant to help its wearer ward off evil. Whoever wears this piece is sure to feel a little more protected.
Looking for that signature scent to fill your home? Cavern New York has you covered. This Brooklyn based fragrance company specializes in hand-pouring soy wax candles. Their Majorelle, Catskills and Greenwood candles ($76) are all made with 100% American Grown soy wax and burn between 34-45 hours.
Want to enhance your morning coffee ritual? Check out these Bubble Glaze Coffee Mugs ($92). Brooklyn Artist, and owner of, Bebe Federmann Designs creates these modern ceramics by using homemade glazes and a bubble blowing technique to create one-of-a-kind designs.
Tulsi by Tara Hogan is the sister textile company of INK&WIT. Hogan started working with artisans in India about two years ago where the fabrics are hand woven or block printed. This Chandra scarf ($98) is block printed with natural pigments and can be used as a scarf, shawl, or hung as textile art in your humble abode.
Dandy Farmer, a Modern Bonsai studio based in Brooklyn, taps into bonsai to transport the imagination to the woods or open fields yonder. Hal the Banyan Tree ($100) makes an exceptional bonsai for the green-thumb challenged and comes in her own hand-thrown bonsai pot and drip plate.
This Western Massachusetts based company offers art textiles and hand-made ceramics. Using only plant based-dyes and rice-based paste for their products, the Indigo-wall hanging ($90) and ceramic bowl ($75) will make a great gift for anyone in your life.
Life Wife Press was created by Brooklyn best friends, Victoria Florio and Annie Narrigan in 2016. Life Wife specializes in pins, clothes, patches, stationery, and all around wearable art. This Ladies of Zodiac tote is chock full with a large back patch, beanie, five different pins (perfect for your denim jacket), cactus pens and printed pencils ($110).
Palermo Body is a natural skin care line founded by Jessica Morelli and made in small batches in Brooklyn, NY. This collection places an emphasis on holistic values and traditions, a philosophy instilled in Jessica by her Sicilian Nonna, Vincenza. This Set includes some of Palermo's best selling facial products, Botanical Facial Steam, Hydrating Toner and Regenerative Serum.($138) Providing you with everything you need for the perfect self care facial routine.
My Darlin’ was founded by Priyanka Batra, who is also the inventor of the Notevelope. This paper goods company is known for their bright colors, bold typography, and vintage styling. The Color Blind series ($105) is new to the My Darlin’ collection and is sure to put a smile on anyone’s face.
Placing an emphasis on American and locally made goods, The Stonework is a custom embroidery shop that specializes in both men's and woman's apparel. This Large Canvas Back Patch ($98) makes a definite fashion statement on the streets of NYC.
Home and Loft is proud to be partners with the Artisians from South Turkey, who use traditional techniques in a fair trade manner for their Linen Robes ($110). These robes are perfect for lounging anytime and anywhere. Coming in S/M and L/XL sizing and multiple style/color variations, the robes are made with natural cotton and linen and become softer after every wash.