Craftin' Outlaws is an annual alternative craft fair that rounds up the city's coolest crafters and artisans for our shopping pleasure. Find items such as gorgeous vases from Cynthia Vardhan Ceramics or sexy handcrafted undergarments by Sugar Kitty Corsets.

Craftin’ Outlaws is an annual alternative craft fair that rounds up the city’s coolest crafters and artisans for our shopping pleasure. Find items such as gorgeous vases from Cynthia Vardhan Ceramics or sexy handcrafted undergarments by Sugar Kitty Corsets.

Multiple vendors are traveling from out of town to sell at Saturday’s event, giving Columbus a chance to see what the national craft scene has to offer. Here’s a look at what to find from five of them.

Valerie Tyler Designs

Sagamore Hills

valerietylerdesigns.com

Necklace, $90

Earrings, $35

Tyler, inspired by natural and Asian aesthetics, shapes minimalist mixed-metal jewelry ranging in price from $15 to $360.

Kate Funk

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

katefunk.com

Cards, $4 each

This cat’s name is AC (a reference to the “annoying customer” scene in “Clerks”). He loves wearing clothes but hates sitting in Funk’s dioramas, hence the crabby cat face. He’s well-paid in cuddles, though, and you can find him in various scenes of hilarity on his owner’s greeting cards and calendars ($16).

Gracie Sparkles Books

Cincinnati

etsy.com/shop/graciesparkles

Books, $5 each

These 100-page notebooks by crafter and author Grace Dobush are made from salvaged paper found at various garage sales. She sews the accounts payable folder covers to the paper with colored linen thread.

Conduit Press

Bloomington, Indiana

conduit-press.com

Kindle/ Nook holders, $50-60

Talia Halliday’s hollowed-out book “safes” are designed to hold everything from plants to clocks, e-readers to flasks.

innad

Madison, Wisconsin

innad.etsy.com

Wallets, $16

In addition to the bi-fold wallets, Danni Trester will have checkbook wallets ($22) and pocket-sized notebooks ($5-7).