Japan Hobby Show Part 2: felt crafts

One of the things we really loved on the Japan Hobby Show in Tokyo were the adorable felt items. We saw lots of lovely little fugures made completely from felt, such as litte animals, matryoshkas, Halloween items or sweets. We don’t carry any of these DIY sets in our shop yet, but it certainly made us think about getting some.

kawaii felt animals in sailor theme

kawaii felt animals in sailor theme

The little felt items make adorable decorations

The little felt items make adorable decorations

The cute little sailor matryoshkas made with felt are awesome

The cute little sailor matryoshkas made with felt are awesome

These sets would be a great gift for children and DIY fans

These sets would be a great gift for children and DIY fans

Some of the actual DIY felt sets

Some of the actual DIY felt sets

There were hundreds of books about felt crafting

There were hundreds of books about felt crafting

At some booths you could craft your own felt item

At some booths you could craft your own felt item

A cute felt project to make knitting bears

A cute felt project to make knitting bears

They looked even cuter in real life

They looked even cuter in real life

Matryoshkas seem to be a very popular design for felt crafting

Matryoshkas seem to be a very popular design for felt crafting

kawaii little felt cats

kawaii little felt cats

An adorable seal in a Halloween design

An adorable seal in a Halloween design

Pandas rock!

Pandas rock!

kawaii felt macarons

kawaii felt macarons

The felt sweets look amazing

The felt sweets look amazing

More cookies and sweets made from felt

More cookies and sweets made from felt

4 Responses to “Japan Hobby Show Part 2: felt crafts”

  • Tasmia Tasin says:

    WoW,I’m Impressed!

  • Gabi Yokomizo says:

    Kawaii!! Suteki!

  • anneleia says:

    that’s just so cute. the most appealing for me is the macaroons.

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