A couple of years ago I visited the two giant pandas in the Netherlands. The zoo has been trying to get them to breed, which is a whole story on its own. But it worked and last spring a baby panda was born! I thought it might be nice to look for matching panda crafts to make.
This cute and somewhat grumpy amigurumi panda was designed by AmiguruMEI. The pattern and tutorial is available for free at Craft Passion.
If you don’t know how to crochet, you could try to make the cute panda sock plush.
Ayelet Keshet has designed this cute panda bookmark. You can download the printable panda and his bookmark-friends for free.
Flying Mio shows how to make a tiny needle felt panda. They use a kit from the Japanese shop Daiso, which you can also find in several Etsy shops.
Learn out how to make a pom pom panda with the free instructions and video at Pom Maker. You could use a cardboard cutout instead of a Pom Maker, as explained in this diy pom-poms panda from Mr Printables.
Patricia Santoro shows how to make these little clay pandas. You can use any kind of clay, sugar paste, fondant, chocolate or even marzipan!
Sew your own adorable squishy Panda Bear Roll plush with the detailed photo tutorial from TeacupLion. You can buy the pattern with a tutorial from their Etsy shop.
Natasja lives in the Netherlands with her husband and works as a freelance web designer. She likes to spend her free time browsing for cute stuff, blogging and reading. Natasja is currently taking a break from writing, as she’s got to prioritize family and work. But she does miss SCK and its readers, once things settle down, she’ll be back to write occasional posts.