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Hosted By San Francisco Bazaar SF & Makeshift Society

Monday, November 26, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Each show San Francisco Bazaar offers FREE professional enrichment for our artists as well as time to socialize. Please join us for a drink and some great conversation. For more details & to RSVP visit our eventbrite page:


View the online gallery:

If you do not see your business/organization – OR – you need corrections, E-MAIL:

>>HELP PROMOTE San Francisco Bazaar

Each year we designate several locations around the Bay Area to pick up postcards for the show.  The locations this year are:


Meagan Lewis | Brown Pigeon

10 Ashton Ave, Millbrae, 94030

(415) 690-0717

Meagan is around M-F as she works from home, contact her if you need to pick up at a specific time.

Laura Henry’s House – Available starting 11/14/12

4007 howe street, Oakland CA 94611

Cards will be on front porch unless it rains, then try ringing bell.


Makeshift Society (Rena Tom)  – Available starting 11/14/12

235 Gough St between Fell and Oak.

San Francisco, CA 94102


Open M-F 9:30am-6pm

3 Fish Studios (Eric Rewitzer)  – Available starting 11/13/12

4541 Irving Street

San Francisco, CA 94122


Typically open Tuesday thru Saturday, 10am to 6pm

Contact for exact times if you are making a special trip

The Crucible (Rob Nehring) – Available starting 11/14/12

1260 7th St. Oakland CA. 94607

Vendors should just identify they are there to pick up promotional materials for San Francisco Bazaar and they can pick up 10-6pm Monday to Thursday Front Office, 6-10pm, Friday to Sunday 10-6 Tool Room, just inside the large roll-up.



>> THE SIXTH ANNUAL San Francisco Bazaar SF


Saturday December 1st 2012 & Sunday December 2nd 2012  (11-6 PM)

FREE to the public


Each booth space is 10 x 10’.  All spaces are INDOORS and there is no need for canopy tents or other outdoor equipment.  Electrical outlets are available throughout the building. Please bring your own table cloth, gaffer’s tape, extension cords and power strips.


Concourse Exhibition Center EAST HALL

620 Seventh St. (at Brannan)

San Francisco, CA 94103-4901

From the Bay Bridge and Interstate 80:

Take the Ninth Street/Civic Center exit. Turn left on Eighth Street. Continue three blocks to Brannan.

From Downtown San Francisco:

Take Hyde Street across Market Street, where Eighth Street begins. Continue down Eighth to Brannan.

From Marin County and Highway 101 South:

From the Golden Gate Bridge, take Lombard Street exit to Van Ness Avenue. Turn right on to Van Ness. Proceed to O’Farrell and make a left. Proceed to Hyde Street and turn right. Take Hyde across Market Street, where Eighth Street begins. Continue down Eighth Street to Brannan.

From the Peninsula and Highway 101:

Take the Ninth Street exit towards Civic Center merge onto Bryant Street turn right on to Eighth Street. Continue down Eighth Street to Brannan Street.


Parking is available at the Concourse parking lot adjacent the building.

Alternative Transportation


Exit at the Civic Center station. You can take the six block walk down Eighth Street to Brannan, or take the SF Muni 19 bus which drops you off right outside the Concourse. Additional BART options are available at


From Fisherman’s Wharf, Russian Hill, Nob Hill, or Downtown take the SF Muni 19. From the Marina, North Beach, Downtown, or Embarcadaro take the SF Muni 10(17th and DeHaro). Or for additional bus lines


From Market Street to the Concourse, there is a bike lane going down Eighth Street. There are bike racks on the Eighth Street side of the Concourse building.


Set up hours are between 9AM – 11AM on Saturday December 1st 2012. This is plenty of time to set-up, please do not show up early. You can quickly unload your car at the Concourse parking for free if you load in and are out of the parking lot in under one hour.


Here you will:

• Pick-up an event map. Everyone must check in with us upon arrival Once inside, you’ll find your booth is marked. We will have several volunteers on shift the entire show to help break you or help with any load-ins. Be sure to ask at the information booth for assistance.


You are responsible for bringing these to your booth.  There are NO coverings/drape, so please bring your own table cloths.

There is no need to break-down or return your rental equipment at the end of the day on Saturday – however, you are absolutely encouraged to take all merchandise and display items with you when you leave that night. The building is locked overnight, so it is very secure – but we won’t be held responsible for any loss, theft or damage of items left overnight.


Breakdown time is at 6PM on Sunday. You are not allowed to pack up early.

BOOTH ASSIGNMENTS in Alphabetical Order  

Booth # Business Name
81 .retool.
30 100 Acts of Sewing
119 11:11 enterprises
46 A Simple Body
29 About Face
39 AlbinoSquid Art
211 Alchemilla
182 Amos Goldbaum
88 Amy Wing Designs
104 Ana Apple
203 Animal Instincts Apparel
201 Argoz
189 As Wood As It Gets
225 Atelier
114 Ayu Tomikawa ART
195 Bay Area Bee Company
86 Baz Biz Gift Shop
110 Baz Biz Raffle
87 Baz Biz Raffle Table
174 BC2 Designs
121 BeastWares
236 Bijoux Belle
90 bird mafia
85 Bird of Virtue
98 Blockhead Press
214 Blue Ribbon Salvage
89 Blushie
DIY Fun. Boarding All Rows
210 Body by M
181 Branch of Life
231 Brookie’s Bath
116 Brown Pigeon
60 Bug Under Glass
44 Bugs And Monsters
209 Buluchu/The Little Red House
202 Bunny Butt Apothecary
82 By Nieves
234 Candy Deco and Usagiteam
109 City Green
233 Clandestine Press/LUCKY 8
196 CocoTutti Confections
140 Cody Vrosh/Binary Winter
33 Compass Rose Design
15 Continental Knitwear
20 Creative Bug (20-21)
173 Creative Ninja
14 Creativity Explored
159 Crows Cloth
103 Cuddlefish Press
31 Cynically Delicious
238 Daily San Franciscan
68 Dandy
101 Dandy Lion Press/Neon Sprinkles Studio
176 Design des Troy
137 dorklandia/Nidhi Chanani
154 doubleparlour
50 Dragon’s Treasure
78 Dreamboat Dresses
117 Drywell Art
93 Embergrass Jewelry
120 Emma SanCartier Illustrations
239 Enchanted Squirrel
72 ephraim clothing dba.make pie not war
155 Estu Jewelry and Art and Allegory
240 Etch Your Heart Out
75 EvelynX
151 Ezme Designs
13 Fabmo
43 Faerywhere/Frogworks
128 Feather Light
208 Feral Empire
131 field day
139 fiftyseven-thirtythree
169 Fling Confections
183 Fluff Engine
113 Foamy Wader
129 Folia Design SF/Aiko Designs
199 ForageSF Info Booth
36 Frances Marin
192 Gangs of San Francisco
100 Geekest Link
DIY Fun. Go Go Craft
204 Gooseberry Press
51 Granny Panty Designs
11 Hackermoms
146 Hahns T’s
45 HAPPYcardboards
92 Hats and Threads
235 haunted house of projects
224 Headinghome/Andrea Mercado
135 Hello!Lucky
230 Hilary Williams
207 Ilee Papergoods/Trilby Made
66 IMPRESSED by nature/The Succulent Bar
150 Industrial Fairytale
185 Infinitus Designs/Squishy Monsters
232 ink.paper.plate PRESS
142 Intwined and theByrd
153 Jakc design
126 Jen Oaks Illustration
178 JFish Designs and T-We
229 Joie Studio Design & Letterpress
161 Julia Lucey’s Printshop
222 K.M. Knits
84 Karen Luk Illustration
63 Katy Kristin
175 Katzi Designs and Jeynreyn
163 Kelso Doesnt Dance
165 Kika’s Treats
67 KIM TURNER Crafted Art
52 Kira K Designs
177 Kitchenink
54 Knitted Wit
221 Korrupt Label
42 L. Ross Designs
40 Lady Alamo
97 Lanyapi Designs
132 Laurel Begley Ceramics
215 Le Petit Elefant/Unicorn Crafts
172 Le Petit Hat Company and Glitter Disaster
118 lemonade handmade jewelry
227 Lil’ Fishy
47 Linda Donohue Fine Art
197 Little Shop Artisan Box
200 Love and Luck Greetings
80 Lulu Deux Millinery
79 Luna Bar
187 Mac Cutting Boards
170 Madecasse
See Map Magbooth
77 Maggie Hurley
115 Magnote Corporation
241 Mama’s Little Babies
122 Mangosteen
193 Mantrastyle and bo/bo
107 Martin Hsu Illustration
242 Mary Weather
144 Maureen Shields
191 Mi Vida Creations
95 Mike Kimball Arts
216 MillaVision/Seaside Press
168 Milton & Small LLC
99 Miso Handmade/Doggy Detail
149 Mission Thread Clothing
152 Misty Darling
217 Mochi Studios
164 Monkey + Seal
246 Moore Artworks
34 Motormouthpress
48 Mr. Mito
49 Mr.deadfish
130 Mr.Funky
188 Neiko Ng
244 NinaMade Disintive Products
156 NiseyKnits and Jumbo Jibbles
198 Nosh This
166 Oaktown Jerk
206 Ofina
105 Oopis Nein and Bobbin and Rex
41 Our House Vintage and Design
16 p.o.p. candy co.
70 Pan’s Garden Yarns
94 Philanthropic Panda
223 PineBlossoms
133 Poppyhearts
73 Pretty Baby Millinery/C Westbrook Designs
64 Pretty Fun Designs
59 Pretty Snake
134 Recover Your thoughts
57 Ritsuko Hirai
4 Rock Paper Scissors Collective (4-6)
143 Roman Ruby Botanicals and Sita Rupe
56 Rosie’s Meats
245 Rowdy Baubles
32 Rukus
71 Rusty Noodle Studios
171 Saint & Olive
35 Sarah  Rollinger/Tutta Lou Press
220 Sarah Barsness Design
1 SCRAP (1-3, 17-19)
17 SCRAP (17-19)
112 Secession Art & Design
148 Sequoia Beauty
22 SF Correspondence Co-op (22-23)
141 SF Etsy
28 SF Quilters Guild
26 SF Youth Employ. Coalition (26-27)
12 SF Zoo
102 Shapes & Colors Textiles
53 Sincere Sheep
37 Skincare by Feleciai
106 Slainte Bags
179 Small Gunns
237 Small Threads
194 Socola Chocolatier
136 Sora Designs
96 Stephen Wagner/SFHQ
219 String Piglet
55 Studio M.M.E.
158 Sunflower Poppy
65 SuperSugarRayRay
243 Sweater Heads
167 Sweet Lauren Cakes
76 Tangleweeds
83 Taxil Hoax/Black Lotus Clothing
184 Tessa Kemp Jewelry
7 The Crucible (7-10)
See Map The DJ Project
212 The Donut Lounge
138 The Girl and Rhino
213 The Heated
111 the poetry store/SouLighting
162 The Poster List
160 The Recoverie/M-square Press
123 The Scarf Moment/Tigrefino Projects
190 The Weekend Store
91 There There
145 Thorsson & Associates Workship
61 tiny sparks design
DIY Fun. Tom Foolery
74 Tomoko Maruyama
24 Turning Heads (24-25)
124 Twine and Tape
157 Twisted Sunshine Designs
147 Unpossible Cuts
205 VAM Pottery
38 Villain Accessories
62 Vinyl Frontier
127 Vivi Kids
69 Waite Chase Design
218 Why Girls Go Astray
228 Wolf&Bear Workshop
108 Wood Thumb
58 Woolbuddy
DIY Fun. Workshop
180 Z. E Pangborn – Art
247 Zelma Rose


BOOTH LAYOUT – click to enlarge 

Layout BBSF 2012


• Extra tables and chairs if you need them.

• Fun sales displays and signage

• Tablecloths

• Ample cash change and secure lock box

• Credit card processing device (not required but highly recommended!)

• Promotional items to drive sales to your online or b&m store.

• Bags, boxes for your products to go home safely with your customers

• Calculator/receipts

• Booth Buddy to help break you and keep you company

• Snacks + Drinks


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