Mark your calendars! This year we are bringing Make Good Market back to San Francisco. Come kick off the holiday season with a design-loving community and an incredible group of makers. It’s the perfect place to mark off your holiday gift list while supporting small businesses. Registration is appreciated but not required!
This year’s event will be held indoors at our San Francisco factory and showroom. We’ll be welcoming 20 vendors—many local and some special international guests—with a wide array of goods including home textiles and furniture, apparel, jewelry, glassware, and art.
As always, our market will feature an eco-friendly kids’ craft table, complimentary gift-wrapping, and food and drink carts to keep your bellies full and your hands warm!
The two-day event will include live demonstrations by our ceramicists and partners, including letterpress-printing, vase-throwing, and wreath making, and plenty of bud vases to go around.
By buying your gifts at Make Good Market, you’re supporting local manufacturing, independent craft, and environmentally responsible shopping. Don’t miss this special event!
Heath Ceramics San Francisco 2900 18th Street San Francisco, CA 94110 Saturday, Dec 3rd, 10am-5pm | Sunday, Dec 4th, 10am-4pm
Supporting the SF-Marin Food Bank
The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank’s mission is to end hunger in San Francisco and Marin, where even before the pandemic, one in five neighbors was at risk of hunger. We envision a community where everyone has access to nutritious food of their choosing and is uplifted by a network of support.
This event is free, but we will be welcoming donations as part of a fundraising effort to support the SF-Marin Food Bank. Each $5 donation becomes 10 meals served to food insecure families in the Bay Area.
All registered attendees will automatically be entered into a raffle for a copy of Edith Heath: Philosophies, and a set of three serving bowls.*
Make Good Market is hands down the holiday highlight of our year—it’s a community buzzing with creative energy and inspiring work by so many talented makers and friends. We can't wait to be back in Heath’s SF building this year!
Aesthetic Union: Letterpress block prints inspired by the California landscape and beyond.
All Roads: Designer of functional home accessories and decor, celebrating materials, color and techniques in metal and textiles.
Aplat: A culinary collection for food, home & garden. Aplat's products are made with 100% organic cotton and 100% biodegradable materials, designed to sustain through everyday use and repeated washings.
Bathing Culture: Through sustainable, biodegradable, and non-toxic bathing goods we aim to celebrate the simple necessity of bathing.
Block Shop: A textile, art, and design studio founded by the Los Angeles-based Stockman sisters. A multi-generational team of artists and craftspeople devoted to celebrating the rich history, process, and materials of handmade textile production.
Camino Vinegar: Originating from Camino Restaurant, we make Red & Rosé Wine Vinegar from drinkable wine, aged for four months in oak barrels.
Cathy Callahan: Dying and painting textiles by hand in her Los Angeles studio, Cathy Callahan creates home goods sourced from small, independent suppliers.
Cedric Mitchell:A Los Angeles-based glass artist and instructor who creates work ranging from functional to decorative art, combining simplicity in design with bold colors. Inspired by an eccentric mix of graffiti art, pop culture, and postmodernism.
Edible Schoolyard: A nonprofit organization dedicated to the transformation of public education by using organic school gardens, kitchens, and cafeterias to teach both academic subjects and the values of nourishment, stewardship, and community.
Etta & Billie: Creator of uniquely scented, high-quality body care that turns the daily routine into an uplifting, nourishing experience.
Fyrn: Headquartered in the Mission District of San Francisco, Fyrn combines classic principles of woodworking with modern build techniques to create timeless, elegant and resilient furniture that compliments the way you live.
Illustoria: An art and storytelling print magazine for all ages, suitable for readers as young as six years.
Julia Turner: Creator of graphic and sculptural jewelry pieces that are strong, subtle, beautifully crafted and a pleasure to wear.
Julie Cristello: Locally designed, cast, and hand-made jewelry using materials ranging from metals like gold and silver to natural materials like hand-carved wood and leather.
Kirsten Muenster: Creator of hand-carved statement jewelry that blurs the line between sculpture, object, and adornment.
La Fleuriste: San Francisco-based florist, creating original designs inspired by a love for art and nature.
Lemon Twist: A design-driven clothing brand evolving style into an uncomplicated mix of the classic, the boyish, the hip and the prim.
Plunge: A female-founded (and California-based) collection of limited-edition, artist-designed towels for bath and the sea.
Sabah: Leather shoes, made by hand, one pair at a time in Turkey and El Paso, Texas. Sabahs are made entirely from high quality, natural leathers––celebrating craft, quality, comfort, and style.
Studio Prepa: A glass blowing studio run by Katsuhisa and Mizuho Hira in Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Each ware / piece is designed with their detail-oriented sensibility, and made with solid glass blowing skills.
Studiopatro: Modern, practical, beautiful printed linen textiles for the kitchen, home, and everyday life.