So far on the Drifter & the Gypsy Reader Survey—a huge thank you to those who have filled it out; it’s immensely helpful for me to determine what you like most/least about the blog—a lot of you guys have said you’d like to see more lifestyle shots & day trips. Since cameras phones and Instagram have really taken over, I’ve left my real camera at home more times than I’d like to admit. BUT I can definitely change that. So here ya go!
This past weekend was West Coast Craft 2014. It was the second year of WCC, but I missed it last year, so this was my first time going. Craft shows are one of my favorite things to go to in the world. They’re such a great place to get inspired.
With that being said, craft shows can be either totally awesome or bleh and West Coast Craft was extremely well-done. So good. The aesthetic was right on with that relaxed West Coast vibe. There were so many stylish people (both vendors and buyers alike!). I just wish I dressed nicer, but I was really tired that day and felt like being comfy, so jeans and a tee shirt it was. Oh well. Next year.
The craft fair took place at Fort Mason in the Marina District of San Francisco. The neighborhood is one of my favorites in the city.
I saw a lot of familiar faces—and people I recognized from social media—at the craft fair. It’s really a close-knit community here. It feels like family. I love it.
I have the biggest crush on these leather bags by xobruno.
Jessica Wertz Ceramics (the photography on her website is so pretty).
Atelier Dion‘s rainbow mug display was so clever!
Jen E Ceramics. I really loved all of the ceramics at this craft fair.