Crafty Feast Announces List of Vendors for 9th Annual Indie Craft Fair

Shop and Stroll on Sunday, Dec. 10 at Crafty Feast, Columbia, S.C.’s One-Stop-Shopping Market for Thousands of Attendees

Nov. 1, 2017 (COLUMBIA, S.C.) – Nearly 100 makers of handcrafted and repurposed goods from across the Southeast and beyond will join the ninth annual indie craft fair Crafty Feast on Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017, from noon to 6 p.m. at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center in Columbia, S.C.

Of the 98 makers, 29 are new to Crafty Feast for 2017. Seventy-four are from outside of Columbia, and 35 are from outside of South Carolina – traveling from Kentucky, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina and Florida.

“I have discovered and created friendships with some of the best creatives in the Southeast because of Crafty Feast,” said jury member and local maker Shanika Pichey. “It’s great to be a part of curating a list of talented artisans. There’s always great energy in the room amongst makers.”

New vendors include Pamut Apparel, from Raleigh, North Carolina; Catawampus Press, from Durham, North Carolina; and Scout’s Honor, from Columbia, S.C.

Returning vendors include Backyard Safari Company from Covington, Georgia; Smarty Pants Paper Co. from, Knoxville, Tennessee; and Jellykoe from, Columbia, S.C.

Known for funky, one-of-a-kind offerings and unique gifts for loved ones, Crafty Feast will host the juried merchants and nearly 2,700 attendees for a one-day-only market in the center of downtown Columbia, S.C. and its Vista district.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to make their own crafts at two DIY booths hosted by ByFarr Design and Columbia Museum of Art. Attendees will learn from local experts, creating their own prints, paper ornaments, cards and envelopes.

While checking off all the boxes on that holiday shopping list, attendees will enjoy a custom playlist of tunes provided by DJ Dr. P (Rockafellas-era music expert Scott Padgett).
Admission to Crafty Feast is $3 for adults and free for children 10 and under.

Find the full list of nearly 100 vendors for Crafty Feast 2017 below, and visit to view products by each maker.

50 Degrees Apothecary
A Dapper Sandlapper
Adams Apple Eatables
Admiral Row, LLC
Alison Brynn Ross Illustration & Design
Anne Bivens Jewelry
Artisan Tees
Backyard Safari Company
Ben Grant Woodwork
Betsy Kendrick Arts
Bone and Ink
BrennaDee Ceramics
Brixtix Bakery for Dogs
ByFarr Design
Cait Maloney
Catawampus Press
Change For The Best
CHI design indigo
Clay Burnette
Deerwood Clay
DPK Invitations
Driver 8 Studio
Elizabeth b. CERAMICS
Fair Isle
Field Botanicals
Five Peaks Studio
Gilded Bug Jewelry
Glak Love
Golden and Grey
Green Girl Studios
Happy Arsenal Jewelry
Hermana Luna Jewelry
Hippy Do Da
Holly Oddly
Home Appetit
January Jewelry
Jenny Mae Creations
Jessica C. White
Juno Pottery
kyle smith pottery
Lamped Lighting
Laura K. Aiken Studio
Lindsay Louise Pottery
Mac's Pottery
Mad Made Metals
Makenzye Barfield Designs
Maria Andrade Troya Pottery
Marisol Spoon
Meghan McCrary
Melisa Beth Ceramics
Melody Joy Designs
Mike Merritt Artworks
mini + meep
Modern Forestry Soy Candles
My Bud Vase
Nana by Sally
Nina K designs
Off the Map
Once Again Sam
One Screw Loose
organically thrown
Original Brooks
Oriskany Glass Studio
Pamut Apparel
Pecan Pie Puppies
Phoenix Fire Studios
R&B Printery
Scout's Honor
Sebastian Harper
SLO Yarn and Fiber
Smarty Pants Paper Co.
So Stoked Pottery
Sunny Mullarkey Studio
Symbology by Alice Scott
Teri Goddard Handweaving
That Godzilla Guy
the elegant elephant
The High Fiber
Third Instar
Tierra Sol
Titanic Alley
Trista Hudzik Pottery
Two Brothers Jerky
Valchemy Metals LLC
Valdes Art
West Egg Weaving
Yay Hooray

About Crafty Feast

Organized by Flock and Rally: Integrated Communications for a Brave New South since 2009, Crafty Feast is Columbia, S.C.’s largest indie craft fair, offering a juried selection of original handmade goods from across the Southeast and beyond to more than 2,700 attendees from across the region. Crafty Feast 2017 will take place on Sunday, December 10, 2017; 12– 6 p.m. For more information, visit