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Posted by on December 3rd, 2009 at 3:52 pm

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PBR mudflaps anyone? Offered by
Edwin of A Convenient Cycle.
(Photo © Elly Blue)

I hope you bring your holiday shopping list to BikeCraft. The big show happens this Saturday (10-5 at 420 NE 9th Ave) and it’s going to be a-ma-zing.

We’ve got around 50 vendors. They’re all based in Portland and they all have fantastic, handmade bike-related wonderments to share with you.

Behold, the most marvelous gathering of crafty bikers (or is it bikey crafters?) ever assembled:



1 by Liz

Clocks made from chainrings; cassette magnets
Liz Dickey / 1.by.liz at gmail.com


3Bags

Handmade backpacks and panniers
Curtis Williams / curtis.3bags at gmail.com



Agent Ladybug’s Decycled Designs

“Decycled designs and tuff stuff” bike tube bracelets and more
Margaret Cunningham


Almost Monday

Original limited edition drypoint prints
Serena Van Vranken / serenalv at gmail.com



Anthony Baysore

Woodcut stencils of urban bike scenes.




Becca Bikes

T-shirts with bicycle motifs



Bike Cozy

For the fashionably practical rider: caps, shoelace wranglers, toe cozies, cards, and more
Rachel Dominguez-Benner / rachel.db at gmail.com



Bike Farm

Silkscreened cycling caps, underwear, and bike posters from a nonprofit community bike project



Bike n’ Chain

Crocheted hats with a bike pattern



bIKE pUNK

Patches, shirts, sweatshirts, stickers
bikepunkprinting at gmail.com



Black Star Bags

Messenger bags, backpacks, panniers
Dave Stoops / blackstarbags at yahoo dot com



Brian Campbell

Habitable bike trailers



Ciclismo Design

Protection charms for cyclists
George Ramos / grwoodworking at gmail dot com



CityBikes

Buckets, saddles, bags, shirts, stickers, patches
Tim Calvert / tcalvert at pcez.com



A Convenient Cycle

PBR fender flaps w/reflector, fenders from tires, duct tape panniers, mobile bike repair
Edwin Skaug / info at aconvenientcycle.com / 503-267-8284



Paul Conte

Porteur racks, fenders, bamboo bottle cages



Cycle Dog

Dog leashes and collars from recycled inner tubes



Cyclocycle

Clothes, jewelry made out of bike parts
Paul MacCammond / pmaccammond at gmail.com



Deller Recyclist Apparel

Cycling caps
Shaun Deller


Brian Echerer

Jewelry – bracelets and earrings



Ficus Prints

Screen prints based on vintage cycling photographs
Ben Parsons


Filmed by Bike

DVDs
Ayleen Crotty / ayleen at filmedbybike.org


Jacob Freepons

Handmade fenders from recycled materials
jfreepons at gmail.com



Ful-Floating, Ful-Kustom

Custom leather mudflaps
Gram Shipley / gram at shipley dot us



Fun Reflector

Reflective stickers, cut out into fun shapes; LED generator lights
Brian Engelen / bengelen at comcast.net



Julia Garretson

Jewelry from bike parts, paper, recycled materials


Gracie’s Wrench

Repair classes
Tori Bortman /gracieswrench at gmail.com



Shawn Granton

Zines, bikey cards, and other graphic bike art
tfrindustries at gmail.com



jDuct

Duct tap wallets and flask wraps
Jen Hecht



Joe Kurmaskie

Joe will be selling his books about long distance bike touring with his family, as well as locally made t-shirts and caps.



Labelle Maverique

Gorgeous tube bracelets, inner tube jewelry, masks and belts.
Barbi Touron / dullleadsinker at yahoo.com



Gigi’s Handy Work

Helmuffs — wooly ear covers that fit over your helmet straps
Gigi Lascurettes



Little Package

Wool cycling caps



Microcosm Publishing

Books, zines, patches, tees
joe at microcosmpublishing.com



Ms. Starry Art

Antique letterpress cards
Debbie West / msstarryart at gmail.com


Portland Pedal Power

Bike based delivery services
info at portlandpedalpower.com



Povera Jewelry

Simple jewelry made of bike parts
poveranews at grovestream dot com



Queen Bee Creations

Panniers, wallets, bags, and more


Rebel Cricket Screen Prints

Screen printed buttons, stickers, clothing
Cory Knudson / rebelcricket at gmail.com



Red Bat Press

Letterpressed and hand painted cards and calendars
Carye Bye / bikebat at gmail dot com


Redhead Press

Books, prints, cards
Melissa Anders / huachinango5 at yahoo.com



Rejuiced Bike Concepts

Bike trailers
Johnnie Olivan / johnnie at rejuicedbikeconcepts.com / 503.847.6200


SoupCycle

Amazing soups delivered by bicycle
Jed Lazar / jed at soupcycle.com


Sown Design

Bags and more
Courtney Trevino / sown.up@gmail.com



Lapa

Silkscreened arm warmers and cycling shirts for women
Leeta Stoughton / proteanarts at comcast dot net



Stumptown Printers

Bicycle themed posters printed by a worker-owned co-op



Sara Stout

Raincapes, seat covers, wall switchplates



Sweetpea Bicycles

“S’mittens” (lobster gloves) from upcycled sweaters; woodblock prints
Natalie Ramsland / natalie at sweetpeabicycles dot com



TCB Racks

Custom bicycle racks
Tad Bamford



Upcycle 27

Silkscreened goods on upcycled materials
Rebecca James / rjnamaste03 at gmail.com



Urban Legend

Cycling caps
Saya Prigoff / urbanlegendthreads at yahoo.com



Walnut Studio

Upcycled leather lock holsters, tube protectors, seatbags
Valerie and Geoffrey Franklin / walnutstudiolo at gmail.com


Westwind Designs

Bento bags, cycle cuffs
Kyrstin Westwind / bikeblender at gmail.com


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Comments
  • Anonymous December 3, 2009 at 4:05 pm

    My wife and I will be there in the morning. We’ve placed strict limits on the amount we can spend on each other’s Christmas gifts, but I hope for some finds there!

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  • jh December 3, 2009 at 5:33 pm

    I’ll be there! Hope to buy some cool local made stuff!

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  • Team Filmed by Bike December 3, 2009 at 9:56 pm

    Filmed by Bike is excited to be there with… our new trailer! We’ll be showing a special exclusive extended version of our trailer, hot off the press, produced by Daniel Hill.

    We’ll also be selling t-shirts and discounted DVDs.

    And, because roasted nuts are the bomb, we’ll give you some of our freshly roasted hazelnuts if you you buy a DVD 3-pack (2008, 2009 and the Greatest Hits v. 1)

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  • Refunk December 4, 2009 at 12:06 am

    Hey, Jonathan.

    Nice promo write-up. So many talented people. You listed over 50 participants!!

    Anybody bringing moose-ears? Those should sell well. It suddenly felt like winter when I rode down from Vantucky for First Thursday tonight. There was ice in the puddles on the MUP over the Columbia channel…

    Seeya there.
    Jene-Paul

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  • dB December 4, 2009 at 8:29 am

    I can’t personally be there, but Portland Pedal Power will have some Wingnut Confections on their table. Bike transported, organic, fair-trade, vegan truffles, toffee and more!

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  • Nick V December 4, 2009 at 8:54 am

    Anyone know if they’ll accept credit cards?

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  • Elly Blue (Editor) December 4, 2009 at 9:58 am

    Nick, a few crafters take checks, and a few are set-up to take credit cards via paypal on their laptops. But cash is king here — be sure to come well-supplied with it!
    Elly

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  • AaronF December 4, 2009 at 2:36 pm

    I’ll be out of town, but it’s swell to have this list of links to local crafty folks! Thanks for taking the time to put these links together!

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