Renegade Craft @ Magnuson Park Hangar 30

Spring shopping 🛍

📸: Renegade Craft

📆 Saturday, April 20th – Sunday, April 21st
🎟 $5 suggested donation
📍 Magnuson Park Hangar 30

Spring has officially sprung. As you’re elbow-deep in scrubbing the corner of your kitchen floor and high up on your tippy toes dusting that shelf you haven’t dusted in forever, you might notice you’re missing a few things—a handcrafted vase for tulips here, a framed print there, and a bunch of thoughtfully scented candles.

Enter Renegade Craft. The roving market pops up in major cities across the United States, curating a selection of vendors and makers to highlight at their enormous markets. For their Seattle stop on April 20th and 21st, the organizers behind Renegade have selected over 180 artisans from the Pacific Northwest and beyond to inspire attendees with their wares. The fair will be a haven for those looking to do spring redecorating. Might I suggest Annie Axtell’s playful chain link pillows at Booth 31? Or perhaps the quirky, bug-eyed ceramic creations of Little Lau Shop at Booth 112? Maybe pick up a ring or two from Edie Charles Jewellery in Booth 63 or some spices from Tasting India in Booth 127. Renegade Craft Fair is your oyster.

There’s a $5 suggested entry fee, and leashed pets and service animals are welcome to shop with you. There will be food available for purchase as well from vendors like Bumbu Truck (Indonesian street food), Pilgrim Coffee House (coffee), Dreamy Drinks (boba), and Oh Dang in a Cup (noodles). 

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Jas Keimig

Jas Keimig is an arts and culture writer in Seattle. Their work has previously appeared in The Stranger, i-D, Netflix, and Feast Portland. They won a game show once and have a thing for stickers.