The Mochimochi Land website has adorable knitting patterns that you can buy and download and print out yourself. They are created by Anna Hrachovec. I’m especially fond of the “Tiny Things” series pictured above. How can you resist?! (via Craftzine)
When I was in Japan I learned about this new kind of crafting clay called “paper clay” or “fuwa fuwa clay.” It comes in kits from which you make adorable miniature desserts. The clay is unbelievably light and pliable (the term “fuwa fuwa” means light and fluffy). It air dries overnight so no baking it in an oven like with polymer clay.
The pictures above are from zakkalife.blogspot.com.
If you want to buy some of these kits yourself, here are some places to find them:
This insanely cute sewing kit comes with all the pieces you need (even pre-cut for you!) to make this adorable retro-style squirrel plush. You can buy it at SuperBuzzy.com.
Sassafras Lass is a company that makes, hands down, the cutest craft supplies on the planet. These self-adhesive felties, called “Fruity Family,” are just one example of the awesomeness that Sassafras Lass has to offer. And if you like these, there are lots of other adorable felties styles as well.
Or at lots of other places that sell craft and scrapbooking supplies
Sick of your gummi bear jewelry melting on hot days and attracting flies? Oriental Trading has glass gummi bear beads to save the day.
You could have a whole blog about adorable, miniature. kawaii, puffy stickers and never run out of material. But these are especially cute and I couldn’t resist sharing. (Via kawaii-i-found.blogspot.com)
This sweet Japanese fawn and apples fabric is actually canvas. This means it could be sewn into an adorable and very sturdy handbag. Tempting. Available at eQuilter.
The “Easy Sew Bunny Kit” by Dumpling Dynasty comes with everything you need to sew your own stuffed bunny. The fabric pieces are even pre-cut. And when you’re done you have a beautiful tin case to keep other things in. Available to buy at SproutHome.com.
If I had a “WTF” category, I’d file these there. haha. I randomly stumbled on these while looking for some good photos of chenille chicks and I just had to share!
If you’re so inclined, you can buy these at Partyrama.co.uk.
You may know about the amazing original patterns created by Jenny Hart of Sublime Stitching. But did you know Sublime Stitching also teams up with other artists as well? These designs are by artist Julie West and they are simply adorable.