For everyone who loves the Zakka style or wants to know more. Share resources, pictures and projects.

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What is Zakka?

Zakka is a type of Japanese design that uses the idea of handmade to create functional yet beautifully modern things for the home.

The style is inspired by the rustic but is fresh and modern, there are retro Scandinavian influences also. The craze for Zakka overseas was probably sparked by this book which is a great introduction.

Everyone's take on Zakka is slightly differen which makes it so rich and fun!

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Zakka Resources

Started by LizW. Last reply by TheeCoyote Apr 26. 3 Replies

Here are some links to pictures and pages about Zakka:Handmade Zakka Flickr GroupsZakka Squidoo…Continue

Tags: style, decor, interior, Japanese, crafts

What are you Working on?

Started by LizW. Last reply by LizW Feb 1, 2013. 7 Replies

Share your Zakka projects hopefully with pictures.

Tags: style, decor, interior, Japanese, crafts

Zakka Blog Collaboration Anyone

Started by LizW. Last reply by Susan Jan 9, 2013. 5 Replies

I am thinking of starting a Zakka blog and would like to have collaborators, sharing projects, picturesm how-tos and resources, would anyone be interested.  Also, I have never done a blog with other…Continue

Tags: collaboration, zakka, blog

Zakka How Tos

Started by LizW. Last reply by Susan Low Dec 24, 2012. 3 Replies

Here's a quick little project for making book covers.From Zakka-ZakkaContinue

Tags: sewing, textiles, fabric, needlecraft, cover

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Comment by Susan on February 1, 2013 at 15:33
Hi Liz, I printed the bird and music image onto the linen fabric by first using spray adhesive to stick the linen to card stock and then putting it through my printer! The down side is that it isn't washable, although come to think of it I've never washed a needle book yet :-) If you try this be careful of any loose threads along the edge of the fabric- not good for the printer! I still don't see the picture symbol, should it be at the top of this comment box?
Comment by LizW on February 1, 2013 at 8:56

Hi  Susan,

what a beautiful needlebook. Did you print onto the fabric?  As for posting a picture, there is a picture symbol next to the link at the top of the text box, have you tried that? Hope this helps!

Comment by Susan on January 5, 2013 at 11:57
I can't remember how to post a picture to the zakka group!
Comment by Tammy Morrow on December 22, 2012 at 19:30

Hi!  I'm new to Stitchin Fingers & this is first group I've joined.  Right now, I primarily knit, crochet & spin yarn, but would love to do some hand embellishing on items like what I perceive Zakka to be about.  I love the pictures of the projects you all have done in this group and hope to be able to contibute some in the future.

Comment by Chloe Grice on July 12, 2012 at 13:58

Hi all, I've just discovered this group and I think Zakka sounds like great fun! My husband will go crazy when i tell him i have a new craft to learn :D I have a gazillion other things I want to make already - there just isn't enough time for them all!!!  Love all the photos posted here.

Comment by Pamela Joy on February 2, 2012 at 18:29

Good idea Susan!

Comment by Susan on February 2, 2012 at 18:02

Another needle book! I'm getting ready for Broken Needle Day February 8, and asking people to join me by doing something to celebrate their needles.

Comment by Susan on February 2, 2012 at 17:59

Comment by Pamela Joy on February 2, 2012 at 15:06

love your photos Susan!!!    Yvonne, how cool you have access to a lot of Japanese "goodies"..I grew up in Japan so I'm definately wanting to learn more about Zakka - Yaaaay!

Comment by Trillian on February 2, 2012 at 15:01


I never heard about Zakka but your photos look great.



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