west coast craft show – this weekend!
by victoria comment

12/4/14

west coast craft show - this weekend! / sfgirlbybay

eric trine.

one of the best and biggest craft shows is coming to san francisco this weekend — the west coast craft show is on a herbst pavillion at beautiful fort mason on the san francisco waterfront. if you’re in town you’ll not want to miss this one! the show takes place this saturday and sunday, december 6 & 7 from 10am to 6pm. the west coast craft show is a craft and design show featuring carefully selected craftspeople, artists and designers inspired by the mood and aesthetics of the west coast lifestyle.

west coast craft show - this weekend! / sfgirlbybay

jenny pennywood.

west coast craft show - this weekend! / sfgirlbybay

the event hosts makers from all over, including: drawn home; cotton & flax; etta + billie; j.rusten furniture; galanter & jones; and caravan pacific — just to name a few of the talented artisans who make this show one of the events of the season.

west coast craft show - this weekend! / sfgirlbybay

cotton & flax.

west coast craft show - this weekend! / sfgirlbybay

more makers from the show to include: pigeon toe ceramics; petel design; r-design works; materials and process; homestead apothecary; western editions; and marisa mason.

west coast craft show - this weekend! / sfgirlbybay

carlysle manufacturing co.

3 responses to “west coast craft show – this weekend!”

  1. That looks like my kind of weekend. I love discovering new makers. Look out for Tracy Wilkinson ceramics (TW Workshop) while you’re there and if you don’t know her already. I discovered her on Pinterest and really love her work. I saw on IG that she’s going!

  2. Thanks so much for the shoutout. Im glad you went to WCC. Its funny I saw this post but must have totally missed my own bag when I first saw it. Thank goodness for Google Analytics. I love blog by the way! Ive been following it for like 8 or more years now. Thats an eternity in the tech world! Keep up the good work. Cheers! Christine from Materials and Process

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