Introduction to Folk Herbalism with Vicky Salcido-Cobbe

We’re so happy to announce a new workshop!

MARCH 18, 6-8:30 p.m.

Join Vicky Salcido-Cobbe of Grandmother’s Medicine for an interactive introduction to folk herbalism. In this class we will learn the basics of making herbal medicine to nourish your body, mind, and soul. You will leave the class with remedies prepared by you using fresh herbs and a booklet with all the information you need to make more remedies for yourself, family, friends, and community!
This class will be interactive and fun, covering how to make and use:

Herbal Honeys

Herbal Vinegars

Herbal Teas & Decoctions for Body, Feet, & Hair

No experience working with herbs required. All are welcome! $60 class fee includes all materials and must be paid in cash at the time of class. Reserve your space now!

Vicky Salcido-Cobbe strives to live her life with purpose and joy. After years of depression, chronic illness, and self-destructive habits, her life changed in an instant when a clinician offered her a bottle of herbal extract as medicine in 2009. Since then, she has been amazed time & time again by the effectiveness and power of nature’s medicine. She is the hedge-witch behind Grandmother’s Medicine, a small-scale herbal apothecary that uses herbs grown or wild-harvested by her hands or by small farmers local to her in Northern California.

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Urban Air Market

Foggy Notion will be sharing a booth with our friend Gwen Gundheim of Hendley Hard Goods at Urban Air Market in Hayes Valley on Sunday, May 3rd. This event is free and pen to the pubic – please come visit us and shop for other great stuff as well!



Our first workshop! Beginning Weaving with Meghan Shimek

SFMade Week is coming up May 4th – 10th. Events will be held all over the city to celebrate our local manufacturing community.

Beginning Weaving with Meghan Shimek
Wednesday, May 6
6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Join us for an evening of weaving with local weaver Meghan Shimek. In this 3 hour workshop students will learn to warp the loom, plain weave, slits, interlock, soumak, rya (fringe), triangles, and finishing techniques. Each student will leave the class with a loom with rotating heddle, a tapestry needle, a weaving booklet, a dowel to hang their weaving on, and enough yarn to complete their first weaving.Workshop Fee: $180 (includes loom & supplies for your first weaving) can be paid to Meghan in person at the class. Only 12 tickets are available – register here to reserve yours today!

SF Etsy Interview

Foggy Notion interview now up on the SFEtsy blog!





NEW HOURS! Open 7 days a week.

We’re excited to announce we’ll now be open 7 days a week. We heard you and added more hours for your shopping convenience. Thanks for your support!




Shop Online for One-of-a-Kinds

We just added lots of one-of-a-kind ceramics and textiles to our online shop! Once they’re gone, they’re gone, so don’t delay.


Meghan Shimek Weaving (48 x50″) $800


Caitlin Dean Coffe Pourover Set (Mustard) $48

Caitlin Dean Coffe Pourover Set (Mustard) $48

Secret Ceremony Weaving (Orange Sun) $120

Secret Ceremony Weaving (Orange Sun) $120

Daren Wilson Pinky Vase (Two-Tone) $40

Daren Wilson Pinky Vase (Two-Tone) $40


Winter Hours

We’re doing a little something different this year. From January through early March (Daylight Savings!) we’ll be closing at 6 p.m. and will be opening an hour earlier a few days a week.

In the neighborhood early or late? You can always make an appointment with us to shop at your convenience by emailing:

And our online shop is open 24 hours a day.

New Year’s Eve: Closed

New Year’s Day: Closed


Winter Hours

(January & February)


Wednesday  12-6

Thursday     12-6

Friday         12-6

Saturday     11-6

Sunday       11-6

Monday     11-6


Tuesday   CLOSED

Hendley Hard Goods

hendleyhardgoods_header_2GwenhendleyHorizGwen Gunheim from Hendley Hard Goods will be selling her beautiful salvaged wood cutting boards this weekend!

Saturday Dec. 20th 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Sunday Dec. 21st 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.


Small Business Saturday – Nov. 29th

Founded by American Express in 2010, Small Business Saturday is held annually on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. As an alternative to Black Friday, when chain stores and big box stores entice shoppers with blowout holiday sales, Small Business Saturday celebrates independent businesses that give back so much to their communities.  For ever $100 spent, local businesses put $68 of that right back into the local economy.


On November 29th we’re hosting Key & Kite. Danny Montoya will be here selling his faceted wooden sculptures (wooden “gems”) and wooden pendant necklaces. Both make great holiday gifts!

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