We are excited to bring so many unique handmade, sustainable, and vintage items made from the heart into the 2024 Spirit Weavers Marketplace.


Applications to vend for the 2024 Marketplace are now open until February 19th.
Please find application details at the bottom of this page!
You can always email for any questions!

The outdoor open-air marketplace at Spirit Weavers is housed on the earth and is a dedicated space for celebrating the skill and creativity of the professional makers of our community. It is a place to discover new artists and support their vision and path, committed to building successful businesses by offering goods that are handmade, sustainable, locally crafted or vintage in origin.  All of our vendors are both heart-centered and thoughtfully chosen to represent our community ideals. You’re sure to find yourself inspired and adorned when you visit the marketplace at Spirit Weavers Gathering. 

The market is open during lunch and evening hours each day during the gathering.


Camp Store

We also have a Camp Store on the land for all of your personal needs.  If you forget anything, we probably have it in the camp store!  The Camp Store carries items such as snacks, batteries, hygiene products, bug spray, bowls & utensils, apothecary, books, journals and much more!


If you will be making products specifically for Spirit Weavers, please reach out!  We love to carry goods made by our community and value the time and spirit of our makers!

The Camp store is open each day during the gathering from 12:30-3pm and again from 6-9pm.  Come say hello and have a look at our handmade goods.

We’re so very grateful to our Camp Store curators, Kaity, Jo, Aubrey and Nandani!


Janessa Bautista

Janessa Bautista is a clothing designer and plant dyer. She makes everyday garments and goods imbued with the medicine of plant pigments and cedar bows from the Grandmother cedar overlooking her dye studio. Janessa lives in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon where she has been growing in community through sharing daily practice, beautiful meals, pouring tea, and sitting in ceremony. She recently started the kapwa sanctuary project that offers tiny house retreats in the forest for black, indigenous and people of color. View her work and projects on IG @rainbowandyarrow and  @kapwabipocsanctuary

May Salem

May Salem is the designer/ creative director and co-owner of NATIVE SOL and EARTHING. May loves to create with different mediums from jewelry making , sewing clothing, reconstructing vintage, weaving fibers, home decor art, and more. Some of her works are inspired by her culture, sustainability, textiles, personal lifestyle, and community. She host workshops, special events, and gatherings at her brick and mortar shop in Long Beach & Sacramento , CA. May is grateful for where her creations has taken her and the flexibility it has given her in raising her 5 children while growing her craft & business. May loves to explore & learn new skills and his a forever student of life. You can find more of May’s creative work on IG at @nativesol & or @mamasoltribe.

2024 Marketplace Vendor Application

2024 Vendor Details & Agreements :


  • Applications will be accepted until February 19th.  All applications will be notified by March 1st.
  • If chosen as a vendor,  payment is due by March 15th.
  • Cancellations for full refund must be by 4/15, 50% refund by 5/15, after 5/15 no refunds.

Ethos + Marketplace Vision

Our vision for the Marketplace is to center individual creators representing their own handmade crafts/creations as well as creators that will be able to assist our attendees’ needs for nourishment, practicality, survival, and tiny treasures to travel home with. 

We ask all of our vendors to include a product within a lower accessible price point in order to allow accessibility to all of our attendees who would like to experience the work and creations at the marketplace.

We do not condone or encourage the use of White Sage or Palo Santo at Spirit Weavers Gathering, even if the plant is grown within your home. These plants need to be protected, and the only solution as a community  is to stop the overall personal and ’professional’ use and sale of these plants.  We ask that if you utilize these plants or if they are included in your work  to keep this aspect of your practice at home. We find this initial accountability to be required in order to eliminate continued abuse of sacred plants.

  • Have you been to the gathering and marketplace in the past? Do you feel your goods will add something new and unique to the marketplace? How?
  • If you don’t know at this moment, please keep this in mind as this will be an essential aspect to consider while installing in our outdoor marketplace for 4 days. You are responsible for your own set up and break down. Please don’t leave any trash or items in your vending space. Take everything back with you.
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