San Francisco craft fairs
In a collaboration between created community founded by Phoebe Sherman, Girl Gang Craft, and socially conscious pop up market, The Good Craft, more than 130 local womxn artisans, makers, and healers will get together in a holiday maker market for good. A percentage of each artist fee and raffle will be donated to Global Fund for Women for their work on human rights and striving for justice.
WCC brings together a juried exhibition of local creators twice a year—in the summer and winter. From ceramics to clothing, jewelry to artisan smoking devices, there’s a wide range of handmade goods that are all equally beautiful. You’ll find notable names who exhibit every year like woodworkers Aleksandra Zee and Katie Gong, ceramicist Sam Lee, and minimalist clothing line Only Child, as well as discover new artists.
What better way to celebrate Black Friday and Small Business Saturday than by hitting up a holiday marketplace celebrating Black female artists, makers, and entrepreneurs? The lineup is still being finalized, but there will be over 30 vendors to check out as well as tasty food trucks.
San Francisco’s favorite flea market presents its holiday edition. Find everything from antique furniture to curated textiles from Turkey and Morocco, handmade jewelry to vintage clothes, explore over 400 curated vendors in NorCal’s largest monthly festival. There will also be food trucks, seasonal cocktails, local wines, and craft brews, as well as DIY workshops and live music. Best of all, your fur baby can tag along too