Handmade: A Maker's Market

Free and open to the public, celebrate the local artisanal community of Southern California. Maker’s Market brings together some of the region’s best emerging artists to showcase their one-of-a-kind crafts.

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  • Maker's Market Poster

    Maker's Market Poster

  • Ceramic wares by Mt. Washington Pottery

    Ceramic wares by Mt. Washington Pottery

  • Hand dyed foraging apron by KAM Textiles

    Hand dyed foraging apron by KAM Textiles

  • Artist's studio

    Artist's studio

  • Artist's loom

    Artist's loom

  • Killscrow

    Killscrow

  • Stormy Monday

    Stormy Monday

  • Amabelle Aguiluz

    Amabelle Aguiluz

  • Maricolous Textiles

    Maricolous Textiles

  • Tigers to Lilies

    Tigers to Lilies

  • Elliot Marks

    Elliot Marks

  • Jessie Miller terrarium

    Jessie Miller terrarium

  • Killscrow

    Killscrow

  • Buck Owens

    Buck Owens

  • Cheri Messerli

    Cheri Messerli

  • Stormy Monday

    Stormy Monday

  • Natural lip balm, by Soapy Layne

    Natural lip balm, by Soapy Layne

  • Book Stand

    Book Stand

In an effort to celebrate our Southern California community of artists, crafters, makers, skilled laborers etc., we are honored to host the first annual Maker’s Market. Join us outside in the garden to explore handmade goods, everything from hand woven baskets, clothing made with natural dyes, handmade furniture, local art, handmade herbal soaps and more. 

Maker’s Market celebrates goods that are functional, well designed and handmade by our local community. Choose to buy locally produced and handmade goods, rather than factory made. When we do so, we keep our money and skills inside our community to strengthen and grow our economy while supporting talented, skilled and artistic individuals.

Join us Saturday, November 8th, 2014, to celebrate local and handmade goods, and the individuals who make them.

Check out the growing list of artisans we are honored to have join us for the Maker’s Market!

Buck Owens—handwoven baskets

KAM Textiles—natural dyes, fiber art and design

Elliott Marks—furniture design

Jesse Miller—fine art, custom woodwork

Tigers to Lilies—wildflower arrangements

Soapy Layne—all natural skin care products

Maricolous Textiles—home effects and wearable textiles

Amabelle Aguiluz —delicate garments and knitwear

Killscrow—fine furniture

Stormy Monday—denim and goods

Mt. Washington Pottery - ceramic housewares

Kings Road Apothecary - herbal remedies

Max Isles - reclaimed wood furniture

 

Watch the artists at work during the artist demonstrations:

12pm- Buck Owens Basketry
1pm- Amabelle Aguiluz Knitting Machine
2pm- Lili Cuzor Floral Art

 

Plus enjoy delicious, local food from:

Kéan Coffee
SideCar Doughnuts
Local Tastes Better
Better Booch
Eden's Savory SAP
Organic Tree Juice Bar

 

*Members are invited for complimentary Kean coffee and Sidecar doughnuts during a special member's preview at 10am. Not yet a member? Learn more about our new members program and benefits.

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Event Location

  • The Ecology Center
  • 32701 Alipaz St.
  • San Juan Capistrano, 92675
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