You might say I'm saving the best for last in my Renegade Round-Up. These are the vendors and products at the Renegade Craft Fair SF that defy categorization...unless that category is awesome.
Up top: Handmade globe art by Wendy Gold. Using recycled materials, Wendy makes gorgeous works of art out of antique globes. Her work is whimsical and adventurous, and I covet these globes! Find Wendy's work at www.artonglobes.com.
Planted offered up a succulent display of wonderful terrariums. I'll be saving my pennies for one of the biggest! Find them at www.chandraabeldesigns.com/Planted.
Notebook "Paper" Embroidery Kit from Leafcutter Designs—You get a fabric sheet that looks just like notebook paper, and you embroider your letter. Stick it in the mail. How cool is that?
Folks looking to snack smarter will want these organic, reusable snack bags by graze™. I love the fruit, vegetable, sandwich, "surprise"—it's all cute. Find them at www.grazeorganic.com, and make sure you take a peek at their lunch bags too!
Do you have more of a black thumb than a green one? Get these cutie crocheted plants you can't kill! Shannon Gerard creates these cuddly cacti. Her store's sold out, but with any luck she'll offer more of these prickly prizes for sale soon.
One last Renegade shout-out to Lemon Bird Handmade Jams. Their jams are delicious, and jam maker Amy Deaver is a pleasure to meet! www.lemonbirddesign.com