The Main Event:

Saturday, December 4, from 11 a.m.–7 p.m
David L. Lawrence Convention Center 

Shop one-of-a-kind products from over 200 talented makers, artists, and craftspeople and experience our region’s art and culture with live demonstrations, free take-and-make craft kits, and more. Whether you’re shopping for the perfect gift or just looking to be inspired, our talented maker community of over 200 artists will surprise and delight with one-of-a-kind artwork, trendsetting home decor, and funky jewelry and accessories you won’t find at the big box store.

Registration is required: every attendee must reserve their free admission slot in advance to reduce crowds at check-in. There is no time limit on your shopping trip—once you check-in during your designated hour, the market is yours to enjoy as long as you’d like! 

Special Events: Friday Night Happy Hour and Early Bird

These annual events are your chance to shop from makers in an intimate setting, allowing you to browse slowly, talk to the makers, and support Handmade Arcade’s year-round programming.

Friday Night Happy Hour: December 3, 5 –7:30 p.m.
Check-in starts at 4:30 p.m.

  • Tickets: $35
  • Shoppers get 25 free raffle tickets
  • The first 400 attendees receive a mini gift from Una Biologicals
  • Cash bar (drinks must be consumed in designated areas)
  • Attendees over the age of two must wear a mask
  • Children under 12 are free with an adult ticket.

Early Bird Shopping: December 4, 9:30–11 a.m.
Check-in starts at 9 a.m.

  • Tickets: $25 (only 400 available!)
  • Shoppers get 25 free raffle tickets
  • Attendees over the age of two must wear a mask
  • Children under 12 are free with an adult ticket.

Health and safety protocols 

Registration is required: sign up for FREE timed admission and purchase tickets for our special happy hour and early bird events! Attendees over the age of two must wear a mask.

Please see our Holiday Market FAQ page for full details about COVID-19 safety measures, ticketing, and more.

Want to shop from home? Our Virtual Holiday Market runs from Saturday, November 27, through Monday, November 29. Learn more about this event.

Participating Vendors


Ameraucana Handmade

Busy Hook Happy Heart

Clark Morelia

Evolve or Dye


Gelme’s designs

Old Salts Leatherworks


Sha’Lari Couture


Stitches & Sass

The Daggerfish Gear Co.

Vintageliz leather

Woven Spectrums

Yes Gab

Yurko Stitch | Leather Goods | Sports

Adult Clothing

Elle Tobin

Etna Print Circus


Kiya Tomlin Pittsburgh, LLC

Maia Leppo




1flychicken creations

Abandoned Pittsburgh

After Dark Illustration

Alternate Histories

And the Academy Award Goes to Charlie Wallace

Baxter and The Bear

Bob Drylie (In Memorium)

Buildings by Shane Henderson

Cuppa Stitches

Double Dog Studios / previously Klugworld, Inc.

Doug LaRocca ART


Feral Grandmother Artistry

Fiber and Gloss

Gabriela Ortiz Art and Design

Geri Shields Studio

Green Blanky Studio

Hiromi Katayama

John W Fesken

Keeney Design

Kirsten Ervin Art

KLoRebel Art Co.

Ladybug Delightz

Mary Curtin – Art and Illustration

Moon & Yarn

MW Walker Photography

Nightengale Needles


Social Living


The Art of Seth

The Rots


Tugboat Printshop Woodcuts

Worker Bird

Zenspire Designs


Bath & Body

hi Hemp Infused Crafts

Hip Modern Soap Company

Island Fresh Skincare

Lavation Soaps

Lovett Sundries

Pip & Lola’s Everything Homemade

Ritual Soapworks

Sleepy Hollow Handmade

Southern Hospitality

The Smiling Goat Soap Company

Triple Moon Alchemy Herb Shop

Una Biologicals

Wren & Rita


B Cramer Clay

Broken EGG Clay

Coded Clay

Emmanuelle Ceramics

fd pottery

Gloria Tsang Ceramics

Jackson Creations

Jenna Vanden Brink Ceramics

Jowdy Studio

Kardelens Fiber Arts

LGG Creative Art Pottery

Pittsburgh Pottery

Reiko Yamamoto Studio

Stak Ceramics

White Swan Illuminations

Whitehall Pottery

Children’s Products

2468 Kids

Handwork House and Felt & Fold

Inclined Designs

Waku Waku Baby


Pittsburgh Glass Center

Rachael Strittmatter

Studio Glass Company



837 North

Borealis Candle Co.

Camp Copeland

Chez Lapin

CJ7 Designs

Erel Fiber Art

Fjord and Fable

Halfway Hygge

Handmade by Hannah

K2 Metalworks

Plant Lady Wannabe

Raw Resins

Revamped by Vaughan


Simon’s Granddaughter


Alaska Rocks!!!

Animal Jewelry

As the Crow Flies & Co

Beautiful Curiosities

bel monili

Broken Plates

East End Alchemy

Grove Avenue Design

Hannah Hoffman

Jewelry by Old Soul

Jul Morris



Leo and Lynn Jewelry

Light Shine

Lily In Flux

Lines and Shapes Jewelry Shop


lynne & lucille

MetaMorph Jewelry Studio

Metamorphosis Metals

Mod Evil Studio

One Cat Too Many

Paper Kite Creations

PetalVision Glass

Ragtrader Vintage


Sorcery Science

The Barefoot Forge

Turned Turquoise

Vandalia Jewelry


You Can Call Me YOKO



Arts & Crafts: Botanica & Occult Shop

Burn Brothers Candle Co

CATSA – Refined Feline Designs

Circuit Breaker Labs

Costa Ricart

Forged in Kol, Inc.


Kin of Duncan

La Mama Magia

One Star Away Design Studio

Paradox Design Werx

Red Cottage Fiber Studio

The Cuddle Cult

Verily Vogue

Paper Goods

Amelia Kieras Paper Arts

Finch + Flourish Paper Goods

Letterpress Jess

Oddball Press

Questionable Press

Ren Butler Design


Artsmiths of Pittsburgh




Elevated Woodworking

JP & Son Woodcraft

Riverwood Trading Company

Sosh Made

Squirrel Hill Design and Craft


December 4

11 a.m.–7 p.m
David L. Lawrence Convention Center

COVID-19 Safety Measures:

  • Timed admission = crowd control
    • Coming soon! Sign up for FREE timed admission and to register for our special fundraising events.
    • Masks are required for all attendees over the age of two. 
  • Fewer makers = more space
    • We have fewer maker booths than past years to increase space for social distancing.
  • Hands-on Handmade will be demonstrations only
    • Take-and-make craft kits for the whole family will be available. 
  • The David L. Lawrence Convention Center is a green building with state-of-the-art air filtration systems
  • Makers will be spread out between Halls B and C, allowing for more space between booths and for shoppers to browse. 
  • Concessions will be open with grab-and-go, prepackaged food.