Re:Make Artisan Showcase
We began our last day in San Francisco at the Re:Make Artisan Showcase, featuring over 100 local makers and all their tempting goods. There were so many wonderful products, each clearly showing the care and creativity of it’s maker that it was hard not to walk out of the show without arm loads of wares.
Here’s just a sampling of what we saw.
A collaboration between two friends, Western Editions is a collection of design printed goods including plenty of cute cards.
Little Low Studio
A lovely collection of illustrated cards and stationery that are playful and charming. I especially enjoyed the holiday cards and gift tags.
A handsome collection of geometric jewelry, handmade using a process of hand-bending, cutting and sanding without the use of power or heat. I picked up a larger version of this one and get compliments whenever I wear it.
Half Hitch Goods
A well-curated collection of home goods, gifts, and stationery. I love this Jess Brown Paper Doll Set.
Chewing the Cud
My biggest indulgence was a soft-as-can-be alpaca throw from Asher Market. I’ve been on the hunt for a throw to go with my royal blue couch and so when I found a gorgeous orange and white one (same pattern as this pillow), I couldn’t walk away. Now it’s just a matter keeping it away from my clumsy cats’ claws.