I’m not the biggest fan of the fantasy genre, but I’ve always been enamored by dragons since I was a kid, with my favorites being Mushu from Mulan, Gargoyles (I know they don’t quite count, but still!), and American Dragon: Jake Long. And now that we’re on the subject, check out these cute picks and have your dragon any way you want it – whether it’s a pin, sticker, or otherwise embroidered, crocheted, or felted!
Aimee Ray’s Embroidered Mythical Creatures book has over 50 iron-on transfers inspired by fairy tales and fantasy creatures including dragons, mermaids, and unicorns. You can get the book at book stores worldwide including (US / UK) and Book Depository. Also, peep Aimee’s blog post on the book for a free butterfly-fox pattern!
LookLookPrettyPaper (ZA) has tons of printable dragon vector clipart that you can use to decorate your laptop, journal, or anything else you fancy. Check out these super cute chibi dragons in a multitude of holiday and daily life designs.
PillsAgainstBoredom (UKR) has a wide selection of beautiful felted dragon babies and hatchlings, available as full-sized figurines or craft patterns, the latter of which is the better way to support the shop at this time as they are based in Ukraine. For other Ukraine-based shops and artists, check out Marceline’s post.
This set of cat-and-mouse pins each riding a dragon by WildWhimsyWoolies (CAN) is so stinking cute! These pins are also available in an alternate color way and can be purchased individually and in vinyl sticker form.
This dragon looks super adorable and practically begging to be adopted. Make your own crochet dragon in blue or yellow using the patterns from AGAmigurumiShop (EU).
Andy (AKA Arlandyia) lives in Manila with her fiancé and works as a content writer, illustrator, and English teacher to fund her love for kawaii and food for their cat, Xiao. In her free time, she plays video games, goes café-hopping, and takes a few short naps.