Please support our festival vendors!
A line of handcrafted toiletries and body care products specially formulated by a certified aromatherapist. Each product is made by hand in small batches with the finest natural ingredients to assure freshness and quality.
Ellie’s Hair Clips.
Ellie creates whimsical hair clips (for kids), scarves and decorative wreaths.
Bringing light into the darkness with hand-printed, glow in the dark silkscreened t-shirts, tank tops, hoodies, scarves, and dresses. All designs are printed exclusively on American Apparel garments, made in California from start to finish!
Laurence White Luthery
aka The Thin Man, selling and restoring/repairing new and used string instruments of all types! Mandarangos, Ukubanjos, Gittars and other wondrous items.
Leo Peressi Alpaca Garments
Beautiful handmade garments that are soft, breathable and warm – scarves, shawls, sweater, and more. The alpaca fiber is the easiest of fibers to dye, resulting in a tremendously rich looking yarn.
Lulu Deux Millinery
Lulu Deux Millinery creates hats, fascinators, and accessories using traditional techniques mixed with modern materials. Lulu’s work combines a love of historical costuming, an ever-growing fabric stash, and often a generous pinch of whimsy.
Lifelike creatures – real and fantastic – made of unspun wool and steel wire for costume accessories or decorations. Picture a mouse or a little dragon or a frog on your shoulder or your hat…. Stop by to watch the all-day demonstration of the craft of needle felting – or give it a try yourself!
Kathryn Hedges makes laser-cut jewelry, souvenirs, Christmas ornaments, and tree toppers. Her designs represent many cultures: Steampunk, Mexican (Day of the Dead), Japanese (sakura, maneki neko), Italian, San Francisco, San Jose, Scottish (thistle), French (fleur de lis), cat lovers, quilters, and more.
Your Song Designs
Music cards and gifts designed to be meaningful keepsakes for you to enjoy for years to come. Using excerpts from vintage sheet music and decorative papers from around the world, our greeting cards, notecard sets and keepsake boxes are carefully handmade to bring beauty and inspiration to your life events.
If you’re interested in being a vendor at the 2016 festival, contact our vendor coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org . Our current terms are: 5% of everything sold over $100, plus 1/4 page ad in our program at the special vendor rate.
Artwork for ads will be due in late April or early May. If you apply to be a vendor after the deadline, you will be asked to pay the full ad rate as an administrative fee.
Food vendors, please contact the festival director . Current terms are 10% of gross sales.
Vendor & marketplace info from the 2014 festival is at http://www.sffolkfest.org/2014/vendors/index.shtml. There was only one vendor at the scaled-back 2015 festival: http://www.sffolkfest.org/2015/vendors.