WHERE: Seattle Center Exhibition Hall

Image via Urban Craft Uprising, artwork by APAK

WHAT: Now in its tenth year, Urban Craft Uprising is the city's largest gathering of independent makers and doers, bringing together over 150 vendors (and thousands upon thousands of shoppers) from the region.

Urban Craft's president, Kristen Rask, shared that the winter show typically attracts over 13,000 people—and they're hoping to increase that number at this year's milestone event. Considering its proximity to the holidays and aisles full of artisan goodies, we can see why.

Some of the many locals setting up shop at the show include Alchemy Goods' recycled accessories, BZR's ombre tights, jewelry from Fancy, Pike Street Press' printed goods, toys from Manzanita Kids, and so much more.

WHEN: The show opens to the public on Saturday, December 6 from 10 to 6 and Sunday, December 7 from 10 to 5.

The first 1,500 guests who register can attend a special preview evening on Friday, December 5 from 5 to 8. Tickets to the preview night are $6 and include a swag bag and a shot at scoring some raffle prizes.

General admission is free.