Lazydoll‘s purses are handmade: embroidered, with appliqués, painted… they are wonderful!
I love these coasters. If you like them, the pattern and instructions are at Wool Free and Lovin’ Knit.
Urbahnika is the name with which Allene La Spina sells her brooches. Nice, aren’t they?
If you like patchwork you will like A Little Bit Biased, Amber’s blog. She is the author of this star’s tutorial.
You Cute is Priscilla’s shop at Etsy, a mom of two girls who, of course, like amigurumis. It’s necessary to be a bit daring to pur these hairdresses on, but they are so adorable!
Just seeing it sure you’ll fancy making this colorful paper flower. The photographic DIY is at Ellinée. If you like paper crafts, you will be interested in this website.
Knit Picks is an on-line shop of wools, needles, books, patterns, kits… everything necessary for knitting. And it has a free patterns section 🙂
Mollie, from Wild Olive, proposes a marvellous idea: magnet yo-yos. To give a craft style to the refrigerator!
Zime is the pen name of Ximena Carreira, an excellent children graphical designer and illustrator.