Purchase straight from Oregon crafters at Saturday’s Lumberjacked Spring Makers Market


Greater than 35 native makers, builders and artisans will show their items — from candles to delicacies — on the Lumberjacked Spring Makers Market on Saturday, Might 21, in Southeast Portland.

The free occasion from midday to six p.m. within the lumberyard of Sustainable Northwest Wooden, 2701 S.E. 14th Ave., is being organized by Assemblage (previously Makers Union PDX), a volunteer group that has hosted a pop-up store and block occasion to make it simple to purchase straight from Oregon crafters.

Register without cost tickets and see LP Mode’s zero-waste garments to Tree to Desk furnishings. Cubicles shall be brimming with jewellery to botanical merchandise for folks and vegetation.

Pidgin Gap chef Jeremy was influenced by quite a lot of island and Asian cuisines.Pidgin Gap

The BeerMonger craft beer bar and bottle store shall be there as will Hip Chicks Do Wine together with the Pidgin Gap meals truck, owned by Chef Jeremy, a Chinese language-American Portland native who realized island-inspired Asian fusion delicacies from his Hawaiian grandfather.

Glass and wall artwork, stationery and textiles will even be on the market on the market, stated photographer and rug maker Christopher Dibble, one in all Assemblage’s volunteers because the group began in 2020 to assist small companies after craft markets closed through the pandemic.

“For this Spring Makers Market, we hope to shine a lightweight on the unimaginable makers and artisans of our neighborhood,” stated Dibble. “Assemblage is an all-volunteer employees to assist hold prices low so makers who’re younger or simply beginning out have the identical entry to high quality markets because the seasoned execs.”

Listed below are highlights of the domestically made items obtainable at Lumberjacked Spring Makers Market:

Meet artisans who create ceramics to stickers to brighten your area:

Assemblage (formerly Makers Union PDX) and Sustainable Northwest Wood presents Lumberjacked Spring Makers Market with BIPOC venders takes place noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at the lumberyard and warehouse Sustainable Northwest Wood, 2701 S.E. 14th Ave.

Niyyah Handcrafted
I am a long-time candle and skin care maker (ruined my mama’s pot making candles for the first time when I was 13). I’ve come a long way since then, moving to vegetarian and vegan plant-based ingredients. I focus on local and organic ingredients, when possible, purchase from local suppliers whenever possible and love using packaging that can be repurposed or recycled. I look forward to sharing our process (read: get very nerdy) of paraffin free, plant-based soaps, candles, and skin care…and “dad” jokes.

Niyyah Handcrafted makes soaps, candles and skincare merchandise. Niyyah Handcrafted

Niyyah Handcrafted makes paraffin-free, plant-based soaps, candles and skincare merchandise. She prefers to make use of native and natural components and packaging that may be repurposed or recycled.

Extra dwelling and backyard venders on the Spring Makers Market embody:

  • ACS Textiles quilts
  • Angelic Manifestations whimsical angel artwork
  • Argent Sign stickers, pins and sketches
  • Artwork By Hazel Glass hand-cut unique paper strata artwork and laser-cut editions
  • Conundrum Woodworks furnishings
  • Division of Work classic forged iron cookware
  • Gail Owens linoleum-relief prints and wallpaper
  • Landmarks Limitless travel-themed magnets
  • My Journal Metropolis notebooks product of repurposed materials
  • Nunya Beeswax candles
Assemblage (formerly Makers Union PDX) and Sustainable Northwest Wood presents Lumberjacked Spring Makers Market with BIPOC venders takes place noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at the lumberyard and warehouse Sustainable Northwest Wood, 2701 S.E. 14th Ave.

Organics X Oddities was founded with the intent of helping both plants and people, while being conscious of sustainability and growing as many ingredients as possible in the OxO garden. Their line consists of a variety of plant care sprays such as Fertilizers, Pest Control, Shine Spray, and personal care products such as balms, oils, and bath salts. Embracing that which is left behind is also core to their business and is showcased through their oddity art. All products are small batch, handmade, and support a first-generation BIPOC mom and her small business based in Portland.

Organics X Oddities handmade merchandise help a first-generation BIPOC mother and her small enterprise based mostly in Portland since 2017.Organics X Oddities

Organics X Oddities has artwork objects and plant-based merchandise for folks (balms, oils and tub salts) and vegetation (fertilizers, pest management, shine spray), with some components grown within the OxO backyard.

Extra dwelling and backyard venders embody:

Genuine tastes from native makers on the market embody Blue Bully Pepper Sauce barbecue and seasonal sizzling sauces. Listed below are extra meals venders on the market:

Assemblage (formerly Makers Union PDX) and Sustainable Northwest Wood presents Lumberjacked Spring Makers Market with BIPOC venders takes place noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at the lumberyard and warehouse Sustainable Northwest Wood, 2701 S.E. 14th Ave.

Maruka Loka Antojitos 
I am a Latina women owner making fresh antojitos. My business was something me and my brother always wanted to do but taking care of my mother and working a full time job was my first priority. Till the day I lost my brother I told myself I wanted to be my own boss.  I had to put my grieving to the side and work hard to make my dreams come true. 

I prepare a variety of fresh antojitos with fresh fruits from our local farm produce. Whether its aguas frescas or homemade chamoy in mango, pineapple and watermelon flavor or apples covered in tamarind and coated with a sweet and tangy seasoning. Making sure everything is made to order is top priority.

Maruka Loka Antojitos prepares quite a lot of contemporary antojitos with contemporary native fruits.Maruka Loka Antojitos

Maruka Loka Antojitos makes appetizers with aguas frescas, selfmade chamoy in mango, pineapple and watermelon taste, or apples lined in tamarind and coated with a candy and tangy seasoning.

Assemblage (formerly Makers Union PDX) and Sustainable Northwest Wood presents Lumberjacked Spring Makers Market with BIPOC venders takes place noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at the lumberyard and warehouse Sustainable Northwest Wood, 2701 S.E. 14th Ave.

Sibeiho is a Singaporean food startup based in Portland, Oregon co-founded by Holly Ong and Pat Lau. The Sibeiho brand transports you to the tastes, sights, and textures of Singapore (with Chinese, Malay, Indian, and Nonya culinary influences). They first launched with three signature ready-to-enjoy Sambal chili sauces - Boomz Sambal, OMG! Sambal® and AF Chili Chunka Sambal. Made in small batches using all-natural, local whenever possible, ingredients following a family recipe, Sibeiho Sambals are a versatile way to add bold umami flavor to everyday meals either as a condiment or as an ingredient in many different types of recipes.In 2022, Sibeiho won 2 Good Food Awards in recognition for craftsmanship, flavor and commitment to social and environmental responsibility. 
Holly and Pat first introduced Singapore's multi-cultural cuisine to Portland when they began hosting farm-to-table private supper clubs in 2019. Their crowd-favorite Sambals inspired the opening of their retail store and online shop in November 2020. Find Sibeiho Sambals in select specialty stores and at the Sibeiho Retail Shop at 740 NW 23rd Ave in Portland, Oregon.

Sibeiho condiments impressed by the delicacies of Singapore together with Chinese language, Malay, Indian, and Nonya influences are made in small batches utilizing household recipes.Sibeiho

Holly Ong and Pat Lau launched the Singaporean meals firm Sibeiho with ready-to-enjoy chili sauces Boomz Sambal, OMG! Sambal and AF Chili Chunka Sambal. This 12 months, Sibeiho received two Good Meals Awards for craftsmanship, taste and dedication to social and environmental duty. The Sibeiho retail store is at 740 N.W. twenty third Ave. in Portland.

Assemblage (formerly Makers Union PDX) and Sustainable Northwest Wood presents Lumberjacked Spring Makers Market with BIPOC venders takes place noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at the lumberyard and warehouse Sustainable Northwest Wood, 2701 S.E. 14th Ave.

Do Better Press 
Steph and Tegan are Do Better Press, a Handcrafted and Handmade Resin Jewelry and accessories, POC owned business. 2 crafters who found the love of making jewelry during the pandemic decided to create more for all of you! All slightly unique and created for everyone and anyone!

Crafters Steph and Tegan of Do Higher Press are found the love of creating jewellery through the pandemic.Do Higher Press

Pampering private care merchandise and jewellery shall be displayed on the market, together with works by:

  • Curly Moon Designs blended metals and beaded jewellery
  • Do Higher Press handcrafted resin jewellery and equipment
  • Hailstorm PDX jewellery
  • Language of stones handmade jewellery
  • Parekh Bugbee clothes
  • Studio Smalls designer pins and stickers
  • Sweetbody Labratories small-batch, pure merchandise by licensed therapeutic massage therapists
Assemblage (formerly Makers Union PDX) and Sustainable Northwest Wood presents Lumberjacked Spring Makers Market with BIPOC venders takes place noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at the lumberyard and warehouse Sustainable Northwest Wood, 2701 S.E. 14th Ave.

Zero BS! believes that nature contains all the goodness we need to care for our hair without any BS! The maker behind ZERO BS has an affinity for rainbow hair color and understands the importance of keeping your hair healthy, happy, and oh so shiny. She makes a variety of products from dry shampoos to sprays for natural colored babes as well as fellow rainbow unicorns like her. ZERO BS is a Jewish, Queer, Woman owned business that loves to channel her creativity into products everyone will love.

The proprietor of Zero BS! says the Jewish, queer, woman-owned enterprise likes to channel creativity into merchandise.Zero BS

Zero BS! dry shampoos to sprays are made based mostly on the concept that nature comprises all of the goodness wanted to maintain hair wholesome and glossy.

— Janet Eastman | 503-294-4072

jeastman@oregonian.com | @janeteastman

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