Shake off the winter blues with our free Spring market featuring handmade products from 30 talented emerging makers, artists, and craftspeople. Renew your home décor with cozy candles, inventive ceramics, and unique artwork you won’t find at the big box stores. If you’re looking to indulge our makers have you covered with luxurious bath and body products, handcrafted wallets, and one-of-a-kind jewelry.

Did we mention there will be food trucks and live artist demonstrations?

Come party Handmade Arcade-style and support our community’s up-and-coming artists! Artist demonstrations include blacksmithing by Protohaven, a sustainable woven words installation by Handmade Arcade and Scrapwerx, and collaborative poetry writing from Haley Clancy of A Poem’s Purpose. Food will be provided by Sprezzatura and Hermes Food Truck, with coffee, pastries, and non-alcoholic craft drinks by Pittsburgh Mobile Bars.

This event is free and does not require registration.

This shindig is hosted by our friends at Construction JunctionOnce you’ve gotten your crafty fix, take a stroll around their warehouse and support their mission of conservation through the reuse of building materials. COVID-19 safety measures are mask optional.

About the makers

This market provides new and emerging makers with an important opportunity to build their customer base, learn the ropes of live markets, and jumpstart their entry into the region’s thriving creative economy!

Loon Designs

Adult Clothing
Part-time Poodle
Zach Merrill

Abby Diamond
Sugar Pop Press
Kim Breit Art

Bath & Body
Cutting Root Farm
EmTree Bath and Body
Shoggoth Suds

Sharon Joy Ceramics
Clay Kitchen Studio

Children’s Products and Toys
One-derfully Made by Jayne

OC Glass

Little Pittsburgh Flower Shop

All Along
Prachi’s Bohemian Art
JAB Fine Art & Design LLC

Foggy Blossom Farm
NickNack’s Handmade Magnets
XO Hanging Gardens
Blackberry & Sage Market
By Chelle
Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse
Mimi Casa (Sponsor)

Paper Goods
Winter Pickle Press


Dieter Woodworks

Event day parking:

Parking is available in the large lot at 400 North Lexington St. (Thank you to our friends at Rockwell Park.) Go past the “security” sign. The lot is on the LEFT. The free parking is 250 feet away from Construction Junction (about a one-minute walk.)

Need accessible parking? Use the Construction Junction lot.

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Thank you to our sponsors!

Thank you to the family of Bob Drylie for their generous donation in support of the Spring Market.