reclaimed textile goods

Isafix is a small business located in Oakland, CA, whose purpose is to raise awareness of textile waste through craft and design.

News and Updates

FabMo Artisan Showcase

October 24, 2020 - January 4th, 2021

I am proud to be participating in a wonderful online event this fall and winter and I hope you’ll check it out. The FabMo Artisan-Showcase features the work of 60 artists and artisans, all showcasing their sustainably-made, handcrafted creations.

You’ll find fine art, fashion, jewelry and accessories, home decor items, holiday gifts, toys and dolls. There are things  to make your fall more festive and an eco-friendly gift for everyone on your holiday list.

Please visit us at www.fabmo.org/artisan-showcase 

 

A portion of the proceeds from this event goes to support the Bay Area non-profit Fabmo and its mission of rescuing new but discarded designer materials from a fate in the landfill by putting them in the hands of artists, makers, educators, charities and anyone else who can give them a second life. To learn more about Fabmo ad the 20+ tons of material they rescue each year, please visit www.Fabmo.org

2020 Etsy Virtual market  X  SFEtsy

November 27th-29th, 2020

The Etsy Market brings first-ever virtual market experience to The San Francisco Bay Area, November 27th, 28th & 29th 2020, 9am-6pm.

Ahead of the holiday season, at a time when small businesses need support more than ever, Etsy is bringing The Etsy Market to multiple regions across United States this fall, with over 60 events happening worldwide. 

Here’s how it works:

 - RSVP to this event to get access to our live shopping portal.

 - On November 27th shoppers will then have the chance to connect with     sellers, ask questions and make purchases for the holidays from San Francisco’s local makers.

Support your local community of makers at this must-attend virtual event!

Covid-19 update

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     As an artisan, I am not able to operate my business as usual and won't be at the Temescal Farmers' Market on Sundays until further notice. Most of my suppliers are also out of business during this period, but you can still find some of my items on my online store - at least until I run out of stock!

 

     Note that farmers' markets are considered essential public services equal with grocery stores. So the good news is that you will still be able to find fresh produce at the Temescal Farmers Market during the shutdown.

     Please sign up for my newsletter if you want to stay up to date about my business and know when I'll be back at the market. You can also find updates directly from the Temescal Market website here.

     THANK YOU

for your ongoing support,

and please stay safe until we can see each other again!

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