Really liking these stitched creatures created by Kate and sold under the brand, Woodland Tale.
Don’t know too much about the maker except that she’s from the Ukraine and she creates these stitched toys and woodland inspired accessories. You can follow her work on Facebook and purchase her
items on Etsy.
Images: Courtesy of Woodland Tale.
After hours of computer work it’s very satisfying to work on handcrafted projects like these heirloom wool ornaments from Purl Soho. The New York City store was founded in 2002 and is a great source for knitters, crocheters, quilters and embroiderers. The kit for this ornament project is available here at their shop. You can personalize your design by purchasing the pattern and individual components instead.
Images: Courtesy of Purl Soho.
We found this small shop, HaHa, on Pinkoi, Asia’s largest designer’s market. The shop carries a line of handmade personal and home accessory items. We don’t have much information on the designer/maker but the Kyoto fabrics used captured our eyes so we just had to post. You can find more information on Pinkoi at Techcrunch. HaHa shop is here on Pinkoi, Japan.
Images: Courtesy of HaHa.