The Chicago-based Renegade Craft Fair is a bit like the best of Etsy come to life. Though the site has no official affiliation with the fair, both personify the rapid growth and popularity of the DIY aesthetic, and you'll find many Etsy vendors selling stuff at the in-the-flesh craft fair. Yet while Etsy shoppers often need to click through both good and bad (as the now-dormant Regretsy attested) Renegade's careful curation ensures that every pop-up shopkeeper at this traveling bazaar offers quality wares. The vendors represent a range of highly skilled artisans from across the country: woodworkers, bookbinders, ceramicists, leathersmiths, apothecaries, jewelers and many more. Now at a new location in downtown's Grand Park, customers take to the Yarnover Truck (like a food truck, but with spun thread instead of tacos) while snacking on cactus water and vegan, gluten-free cookies and perusing the crafty creatives who offer a real alternative in this mass-produced era. Grand Park, 200 N. Grand Ave., dwntwn.; Sat.-Sun., July 26-27, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; free. firstname.lastname@example.org, renegadecraft.com/losangeles-july-market-details.