Featured :: Feliz Design Market

By Jennifer Berke
Feliz Austin Handmade Craft Maker Sale via Triple Max Tons | Camille Styles

Can you believe it’s already been a year since the first Feliz sale? On November 3rd, Austin’s annual celebration of everything handmade will be popping up for the second year in a row, and we’re already counting down the days to the big event. There’s simply no better way to get your hands on beautiful, one-of-a-kind goods from super talented makers and crafters from around the country. Click through for a sneak peak of what you can expect, and be sure to let us know what handmade goods you’re most looking forward to adding to your collection! Be sure to head over to the Feliz site for more details… hope to see you all there!

*title image from Triple Max Tons

I don’t know about you, but a leather backpack has been on my wish list for years. This one from Sam Hill is so gorgeous and super durable (plus, it’s a great price point).

Based out of Charleston, SC, Proud Mary is a textile design company that works with global textile artisans to create their modern-ethnic style. They carry accessories, clothing and home products — but I’m most obsessed with their giant polka dot pillows!

I couldn’t be more excited to score some goodies from local favorite, Canoe. From super luxe key chains and wallets to hair accessories and jewelry, no one does leather better… we’re currently loving this turquoise-dyed leather tray — perfect for an entryway or bedside catch-all.

These unique lighting fixtures are from Oudvark, a Houston-based interior objects and design company. The lightbulbs are set in stone or wood bases, creating a super fresh, organic-yet-industrial look.

Based in picturesque Washington, Teranishi’s leather goods are designed in-house and traditionally hand crafted. I’m absolutely loving their leather wallets for fall.

Gifting doesn’t get more special than handmade jewelry. Theresa Robinson of Tiro Tiro designs gorgeous, sculptural pieces that are the the perfect add-on to any fall outfit. image source.

Miranda Bennett is bringing her naturally-dyed scarves to Austin just in time for fall. Her designs range from silk prints to cozy cotton wraps, but I’m currently swooning over this Ombre Shibori Wrap.

Is it too soon to trim the tree? These neon ornaments from The Great Lakes officially have me holiday-ready. Look for the Brooklyn-based artisans at Feliz for an ultra-hip selection of handmade goods.

Hey Murphy is a small, handmade jewelry line created by Sarah Murphy in East Austin. Her collection is divided into fibers and metals, and is colorful, geometric and totally gorgeous.

Hammerpress makes beautiful letterpress greeting cards, posters, art prints and other paper goods. Their thoughtful, modern aesthetic shines through each one of their products, and with such a great selection, there’s something for everyone.