NUNOYA, beautiful japanese fabrics

This is a blog about beautiful things so have to share with you my shopping experience in Nunoya, specialized in fabrics made in Japan. Their physical store is located in Barcelona (Calle Trafalgar 14, 08010), however they have online shop and sell to Europe, click here. I was lucky to visit their lovely store in Barcelona and I enjoyed it, they have a wide range of fabrics and small pieces for patchwork or anything else that you can imagine.

I chose these, combining several styles, with some and I know what I want to do, with others I have no idea but I could not resist to buy them.








Everything I bought for about 30 euros. What do you think? Do you like Japanese fabrics?

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10 Handmade vegan products perfect for this Autumn


Mug by SacredMud (Handmade in England)


Autumn is here, you can feel the difference in the colours, in the sky… Your are in the mood of a warm cup of tea and blanquet in the sofa. In this post you will find some of these special things that we enjoy at this time of the year, all of them handmade and vegan friendly.


Vegan necklace by Ashley Ann Bennett (Handmade in United States)


Vegan yarn blanquet by Crickets Home (Handmade in United States)


Traveler pen pouches by Okaery Diary (Handmade in Japan)


Pumpkin spice vegan soap by Sv Soaps (Handmade in United States)


Burgundy bag by ARTelEGO (Handmade in Croatia)


Bamboo baby socks by Buti (Handmade in England)


Autumn spice blush by Eldridge Organics (Handmade in United States)


Cinnamon and vanilla soy candle by Ivy & Rue (Handmade in United States)


Fairy peacock fingerless vegan gloves by Elfin House (Handmade in Bulgaria)

What is your special thing in Autumn? I would like to read in comments.

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Kawaii ceramic that will make you smile



Shinobu Araki (Handmade in Japan)

This artist from Sapporo use the technique called yashikine or stoneware, wich is a genre of ceramic art that enhances the appeal of the clay texture by not using glaze. In this way he makes characters as small animals, japanese women wearing kimono, little budas… all of them so kawaii!

In the next video you can enjoy his beautiful work.


Noe Marin (Handmade in Spain)


This young artisan makes her work in Valencia but learned the profession from her grandparents from the south. She defined her ceramics like something made for happy homes. She has so lovely creations like these.



Little me project (Handmade in Russia)


Vera, Alexander and Pusha the cat have this beautiful project based in Gorkey, where they create accesories using ceramic and watercolours representing very cute characters.



Do you know any other example of kawaii handicraft? Please, leave us a comment.

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