Son of A Sailor, who sells adorable painted jewelry & prints. Carly bought a leather bracelet, and I was mighty tempted to purchase a necklace for myself.
Overall, I'd describe it as a sometimes vanilla, real-life Etsy since the cost of tabling ($300) keeps a lot of the scrappier, more eccentric vendors from participating whereas selling online requires little overhead. However, I definitely enjoyed discovering shops I wasn't familiar with (such as the two I mentioned here) and meeting people I had previously only corresponded with online. Arts & crafts talk forever, please.