Tiny Miniature Crochet Animals By Mohustore – Design You Trust

Tiny Miniature Crochet Animals By Mohustore


Who doesn’t love miniature wooly handmade creatures? Especially these ones by Mohustore! Móhu means fuzzy or wooly in Chinese and it’s the perfect name for this Canadian online store that creates mini crochet animals! The cute creatures are sold on Etsy in all kinds of different designs and color.

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