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By hand or machine?! Precision crafting at it's finest.

The 7th annual Detroit

Urban Craft Fair will be

presented on Saturday,

December 1st from 10am

to 7pm, and Sunday

December 2nd from 11am

to 6pm at the Masonic

Temple in Detroit.


For the first time ever,

DUCF is hosting over


100 vendors for all of your

holiday crafty shopping needs.

Admission is $1 at the door

Children 12 and under are free

Applications for the 7th Annual Detroit Urban Craft Fair are CLOSED.  Thanks to all who applied!!!

The Detroit Urban Craft Fair (DUCF) is a two-day alternative craft fair held annually in the city of Detroit. Now in its seventh year, the 2012 fair features 100 handmade crafters and indie artists.

DUCF is a community market that encourages the interaction of maker and buyer. It is unique opportunity for shoppers to find one-of-a-kind items and meet the people who made them. Participating crafters have the chance to connect with a large, supportive audience.

Masonic Temple

500 Temple Street
Detroit, MI 48201


The Detroit Urban Craft Fair’s mission is to elevate handmade goods as an alternative to mass-produced items, support and elevate small craft business by providing a place for them to sell during the busy holiday shopping season, and raise awareness of handmade craft.

Founded in 2005 and run by Handmade Detroit, past fairs have taken place at the Majestic Theater complex and the Fillmore Detroit. Our first event was held in August, 2005 with 50 handmade vendors. Our audience and number of vendor have continued to grow over the years to better accommodate the blooming handmade scene. Past events also have incorporated and hosted community offerings including a local zine library, DIY fashion show and make and take stations.

  Juried show

DUCF is a juried show. Vendors are selected based on quality, originality, uniqueness and their price point. We do our best to keep the fair fresh by rotating vendors.