Many of the Bay's most talented makers will be setting up shop at Renegade Craft Fair at Fort Mason Center on Saturday, April 1 and Sunday, April 2. Time Out is giving you the opportunity to take home a fat stack of goods from the best of the best at one of the city's best craft fairs: Enter below for your chance to win goodies from some of the event's top vendors (a value totaling $1,309). You can also drop by the Renegade info booth to enter the giveaway in person during the fair. The lucky winner will be announced Monday, April 10. Good luck!
Renegade Craft Fair 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 3/15/17 through 4/2/17. 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 $1,309
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.
Win these Renegade Craft Fair goods
Brass and silver anodized bottle openers from Fire Road, $98
These heavily-weighted bottle openers are an attractive kitchen tool built to last by design brand Fire Road, dedicated to creating iconic home goods with unique material combinations, minimal design and excellent function.
Three candles from Mommentto, $117
These candles are designed by Mommentto in San Francisco and handpoured in Barcelona, hometown of founder Miriam. They are made from 100% soy wax. Enjoy three different scents: Chaos Remedy, Bliss Elixer and Love Potion.
Mini Holden backpack from Ölend Backpacks, $155
This made-by-hand, customizable backpack is made for daily use, whether that’s carrying a laptop on your way to work or walking around a new city. Ölend Backpacks are designed and made in Barcelona by three friends who originally made packs for themselves, until said packs became so popular that they turned them into a business.
Clutch and neck scarf from Modern Shibori, $127
Berkeley textile artist Jenny Fong creates accessories using geometric shibor shapes and natural dyes. The rose gold clutch is lined with shibori and finished with a tassel, and the silk neck scarf can be worn as a bracelet.
Essential craft tool and kits with hand-printed tote from Loome $129
This fiber craft kit plus extra accessories is everything you need to make your own fiber-based crafts (such as pom-poms!), and was put together by Loome, which is based in Oakland.
Pouch 14 and Gold Tricon Earrings from Molly M Designs, $176
Molly McGrath, a designer based in the Mission District, is a professionally trained architect who uses laser cutters to make accessories like this laser-etched, gold leather carryall pouch or multi-layered laser cut wood earrings made from painted birch.
Three candles from Svensk Co, $114
These candles are hand-crafted by maker Sofia, who grew up in Sweden and is influenced by Scandinavian simplicity, helping her to grow a product line using a modern, sleek design and the best raw materials available, including essential oils and 100% organic soy wax.
Desert cactus dangle earrings and Step necklace from April May Jewelry, $100
These desert earrings are made completely by hand; the shape is hand-drawn, sawed out from brass sheet metal, then distressed with a hammer and hung on a 14 gold-fill hook. The Steps necklace is a brass geometric design, also hand-distressed with a hammer. April May Jewelry donates a portion of every purchase made to non-profits aiding survivors of domestic violence.
Choose Your Own Adventure Gluten-free Sourdough 3-pack and E-gift card from Bread SRSLY, $88
Enjoy loaves of Bread SRSLY classic sourdough, seeded sourdough, and sweet onion sourdough, or use the e-gift card to buy some other gluten-free, allergen-free products, like sourdough sandwich rolls.
Two mugs, one tote bag and one enamel pin from Sarah Duyer, $101
San Francisco-based ceramic artists and illustrator Sarah Duyer has designed these white cactus mugs, “catcallin’ ain’t cute” tote bag and enamel pin of California poppies, in addition to the rest of her line, to call attention to women’s issues in a funny way.
Bath bomb set, aloe vera soap bars and gift certificate from Yuzu Soap, $104
Yuzu Soap specializes in natural and handcrafted bath products, made in small batches using premium ingredients. The bath bomb cubes are made with luxurious coconut oil and aromatic essential oils, while the glycerin soap bars are extra moisturizing with aloe vera.