Feminist Flea Market & Craft Fair: Benefit for Women Against Abuse

This Saturday, February 2, Underground Arts presents its second Feminist Flea Market & Craft Fair. From 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, more than 60 artists and vintage vendors will come together to support a great cause. The event aims to provide a safe, inclusive, and comfortable experience for LGBTQA femmes.

Local vendors include:

~ Alice’s Table ~

Fresh hand-tied flower bouquets



Illustration-based work such as comics, zines, greeting cards, and embroidered caps


~ Cabinet of Curious Clay ~

Dark and strange decorative pottery


~ Cactus Collective ~

Vintage & Handmade retail


~ Cards by Dé ~

Handmade greeting cards made with lots of love

~ Crust Vegan Bakery ~

Small vegan bakery, owned & operated by women

~ Casper Vintage ~

Vintage clothing, accessories and home decor


~ Catalyst Accessories ~

Cheerful and cheeky resin jewelry, wall plaques and holiday ornaments


~ Cindy Lozito ~

Crafted keepsakes to inject more color into the world


~ Cult Party ~

Intersectional feminist Witch Shop

~ Espinache ~

Handmade hair & skin care products infused with organic spinach

~ FF Ceramics ~

A small scale ceramics studio making largely functional work

~ Forge & Finish ~

Modern Metal Jewelry Brand

~ Galactic Sugar ~

Cleansed & handpicked crystal jewelry to “energize each wearers inner galaxy”



Wear your feelings!

~ House on Fire Art ~

Jewelry and prints centered on narratives of sisterhood, womnhood, and liberation through connection and joy


~ Lace In The Moon ~

Crochet installation art / floral femme wall hangings

~ Lemondrop/Ideology ~

Handmade + designed pins, zines, buttons, tees, and more

~ Laurel Tree Bindery ~

A small bindery specializing in one of a kind handmade books, photo albums, bullet journals, sketchbooks & more


~ Lori Loves. ~

Objects inspired by the wonder that we see in the sky and the vastly different experiences we having while looking up at it


~ Memento Mori Obscura ~

An ethical taxidermist using jewelry making as a way to bring ‘second life’ to collected bones


~ Moonwort Needlecraft ~

Cute-but-dark embroidery that seeks to find the little space between what is creepy and what is sweet


~ MOTS ~

Financial straits and an excess of good taste.

~ Nicole Saltzer Design & Illustration ~

Screen Printed goods – original designs.


~ Octopods ~

A mom and two daughters designing and selling hand-crocheted, felted octopus-shaped toys


~ Pals Socks ~

Mismatched, fun socks creating positive social change


~ Petal Apothecary ~

100% vegan and cruelty free soaps and hair oil


~ Philadelphia Printworks ~

A social justice heritage brand and screen printing workshop

~ Philly Socialists ~

Local grassroots political organization committed to creating a just and sustainable future for our planet


~ Radiant Soap ~

Soap maker specializing in cold process soaps, candles, and bath products


~ Rockers Closet ~

A traveling pop-up boutique & online store providing curated items that are culturally diverse, naturally sourced, and fairly traded


~ Second Banana ~

An art collective creating handprinted patches, totes, shirts, stickers, buttons, prints and other quirky, dark-humored flair


~ Stellar Design ~

A sustainable fashion brand that inspires the youth to love the skin they’re in and express creativity through fashion and art


~ Symone Salib Studio ~

A painter and street artist who primarily highlights POC and women


~ Telenitart ~

Eclectic, colorful art from a self-taught artist


~ This Many Boyfriends Club ~

A collective of like-minded womxn artists working in ceramics, glass, illustration and more


~ this material body ~

Flexible, dynamic and raw artwork & clothing as well as used sound equipment


~ Thunderbird Salvage ~

A culmination of Digger George’s treasure hunting obsession. Eclectic, new, used, and vintage


~ Timeless Lil’ Stitches ~

Working mom who loves to knit and crochet using natural and recycled fibers to make useful and practical pieces of art

~ Urban Fables ~

Adding a little handmade magic into your life – books/journals, altered boxes, and mixed media paintings and collages


~ Verbal Connections ~

Partnered with nonprofit Maasai Youth Outreach Organization in Kenya, Africa, which advocates for young Maasai girls who are facing forced marriages and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). Selling handmade jewelry crafted by women in the Kenyan community.


~ Who Dog Knits ~

Knitter and a glass blower focusing on the natural world as the subject


~ Winky’s World ~

Hand-made jewelry inspired by nature, space and love


~ Xenia Studio ~

A line of expressive statement earrings handmade using polymer clay. Providing joy & unique jewelry at an affordable price point


Admission is $3 with all proceeds going towards WOAR (Women Organized Against Rape), Philly’s only rape crisis center. If you wish to donate further, we will be accepting donations at the event.  This past fall, the first Feminist Flea Market raised over $2,000 for Women Against Abuse. The team hopes to surpass this goal this time.

Get your tickets today to help support a great cause while shopping for artisan products. For the most recent information, follow along on Facebook.

What are you most excited for at the Feminist Flea Market? Share with us in the comments!