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Supporting handmade and local artisans at The Renegade Craft Fair


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The second annual spring Renegade Craft Fair rolled into Austin on Saturday and runs through Sunday night at the Palmer Events Center.

With products ranging from baby clothes to jewelry made out of drum cymbals, there is something unique for everyone. 

Gerren and Morgana Lamson are the husband and wife team behind the Austin based print shop Satchel and Sage. They illustrate and design posters, cards, linen and an array of graphic designed items.

Melissa and Adrienne are the sisters behind etsy shop Pie N' the Sky selling hair accessories, jewelry and other handmade items.

Curiousites and more, Katinka Pinka originally from San Marcos travels the Texas area selling her handmade clothing, jewelry and other accesorries.

Artist and illustrator Lisa Chow traveled from her home town in Houston to attend the fair. She brought her newly designed tarrot cards and furry creature wanted posters.

A new vendor in the city, this was Roux St. James' first time at Renegade Craft Fair.

Christa creates exotic and fine perfurmes naming them based on the countless dreams she has recorded in journals.

Also in her booth were handmade jewelry and art.

Brining DIY to the masses The Wondercraft airstream sells all sorts of handmade clothing, including onesies and dresses.

These craft fair-goers wait for their stencils to dry.

Austin illustrator/ fine artist Graham Franciose shows his work to art buyers.

Cuddly and creepy these stuffed owls from Lets Be Friends were great for any age. Also in their booth illustrated cards, paper goods and hipster dolls, complete with little Moleskins and Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer dolls.

A bracelet bar, with gems and beads of your choosing added to the fun of this zany booth from Born and Raised.

Born from a graphic designers hobby these delicate and beautiful Simply Planted terrariums come in a bevy of options.

Every crane comes with one wish or at least thats how the legend goes. Julie Dye Craft specializes in paper products, including oragami jewelry and crane mobiles. 

Perfect for a music town like Austin, Chime Jewelry is created   from drum cymbals. They punch wholes and create knew works of art from the discarded metals.

We are all with Willie. The Social Dept. specializes in funny, appropriatly Austin t-shirts.

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