Hundreds of Brooklyn's most talented crafters and makers will be setting up shop at Renegade Craft Fair at Industry City (274 36th St.) on December 2-3, 9-10, 16-17 and Time Out is giving you the chance to win a prize pack featuring products from the best of the best. Enter the Time Out Renegade Craft Fair Maker Giveaway for goodies (all valued at approximately $100 each) by several of the event’s vendors.
The Renegade Craft Fair shows off the best independent handmade crafts in a vibrant marketplace setting, complete with great food and drinks. The fair attracts more than 325,000 shoppers in major cities, from Chicago and New York to Los Angeles and London.
Win big at the Renegade Craft Fair giveaway
Becoming parents has spurred the makers behind Worthy Threads to create clothes for kids that are as functional as they are exciting—just like this pinafore dress and hoodie prove. (Value: $75. Dec 9+10)
Brooklyn artist Perry Lewis designs, hand dyes and constructs all of her art handwoven objects herself. Pore's Presence light box has spirit and breath—evoking calmness all around the home. (Value: $70. Dec 2+3)
Joy Perkins started Anomalie in 2013 with the desire to create and share something beautiful. Over the past four years, the product line has expanded into various eco-friendly home decor products and luxury aromatic and moisturizing body candles. Opt to light up your home with the matchstick jar, lavender body candle and concrete lavender body candle. (Value: $100. Dec 2+3)
Erica Doo’s one-woman business puts an emphasis on fun feminist imagery while benefiting those in need: Profits from certain products are donated to organizations affecting social change all across the country. Check out these Doo Stuff products, all made in the U.S. (Value: $92. Dec 2+3)
All of Shea Brand's products are manufactured in small batches in New York, are organic and chemical-free. Incorporate the lip balms and butter blends to your wellness regime and never look back. (Value: $97. Dec 2+3, 9+10 and 16+17)
Aimee Petkus Jewelry
Aimee Petkus Jewelry was founded in 2013 by Aimee Petkus, a former environmental geologist. Using rough and natural gems and minerals with forms inspired by crystal structures, she creates one of a kind work by hand in Philadelphia. (Value: $115. Dec 2+3 and 16+17)
SUNDAY/MONDAY is a New York based textile brand established by husband and wife Brendan Kramer and Nisha Mirani in 2016. The duo partners with master weavers and block printers in the state of Gujarat, India, to produce handmade textiles honoring India’s ancient craftsmanship traditions. (Value: $80 Dec 2+3 and 16+17)
Hilary Hertzler sources materials from Africa, Nepal and Brazil to create joyful jewelry that pushes boundaries. These earrings and necklace are colorful, textured and perfectly represent what the brand is all about. (Value: $170 Dec 2+3)
MochiSu is a socially responsible business that uses fashion to create meaningful opportunities for artisans in Colombia. This Mini Neonic Bag is functional as well as fashionable, handcrafted by a single skilled artisan. (Value: $89 Dec 16+17)
Sky Like Snow
Sky Like Snow hats are 100% local, farm-to-fashion treasures created by artist Hannah Regier. Inspired and enabled by nature, unique fluid patterns are dyed into the yarn using natural dyes grown and foraged from the land around her Vermont studio. Each hat is knit individually on a non-electric vintage knitting machine and finished by hand. (Value: $240. Dec 2+3)