Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Free Zakka Craft Patterns

Today I decided to do something different and share some free zakka patterns you can find around the web. Here's some of my favorites. Enjoy.

photo via Fujix
hair scrunchies pattern - the page is in Japanese but you can translate some of it with Google translate.

photo via Fujix
jar cover pattern - the page is in Japanese but you can translate some of it with Google translate.

pouch pattern - the page is in Japanese but you can translate some of it with Google translate.

photo via Make Good Books
pot holder pattern - you can find the pattern link on the top right hand side of the page

photo via Make Good Books
lunch bag pattern - you can find the pattern link on the top right hand side of the page

photo via Make Good Books
pocket tissue case pattern - you can find the pattern link on the top right hand side of the page



photo via Life Style With Love

Japanese Cloth Sandal Pattern - Once you click on the link go to page 47 in the magazine.




Feel free to share links to your favorite zakka patterns in the comments.

13 comments:

Ashlee said...

Ooh, I love the list you made. I really want to make those slippers!

Drea said...

They're all so cute. :)

The Queen of Clearance said...

I love free patterns! Thanks for sharing!

Violet LeBeaux said...

Oh those slippers are cute! Thank you for all of these awesome links :D

babalisme said...

wooohoooo!! Nice round up of zakka patterns!! You're the best!!

Smmooooochies!

Julianne said...

All of these patterns look fab, thank you for sharing : )

bunnabee said...

I'm making at least two of these! Thanks for sharing!

Ayie said...

the japanese cloth sandal is my favorite!

Lifestylewithlove said...

Oh, thank you so much for putting
my Japanese cloth sandals here at your blog! I'm just so honored! :)

Courtney said...

Those are all so cool! I so wish I was talented with sewing!

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

Everything is so beautiful! You're so talented!

Madison Avenue Baby said...

Since you asked...
This is really not a plug for my blog but I love zakka (it's one of the reasons I subscribe to Zakka Life) and I often post links to other zakka sources there.
Here is a link to one I wrote a while back. (I hope the link thingy works.) You can visit my blog if you would like to see more.
Thanks for all your inspiration and willingness to share.
Dawn

OrigamiMommy said...

I love the zakka - especially the pouches. They make good use of the yo-yo technique!

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