Find yourself searching for a button, bobbin, or yarn emoji? Us too! As makers who share a lot of their handmade creations on social media we think there’s a case for craft-related emojis. Which is why we’ve teamed up with our sister magazines here at Immediate Media to bring you Craftmoji: craft stickers for your keyboard.
You’ll find 150+ cute and cheeky stickers featuring crafty words & phrases, animals & objects, tools & notions and more, to share with your friends via iMessage, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and email. Whether you love crochet, knitting, sewing or stitching, Craftmoji is your way of expressing your passion online with a huge variety of emoji-like stickers. Take a look at some of the featured craftmoji illustrations below…
If Mollie Makes did emojis…
… We’d use them to finish this sentence:
“Happiness is a full *insert bobbin emoji here*”
… We would have a pom pom garland emoji for illustrating craft parties, fairs, and other crafternoon delights
… We’d use sewing machine stickers to encourage long weekends of sewing as therapy
… We’d replace the pineapple for a golden pineapple emoji, just because
… We’d be incentivised to arrange our fabric stash in rainbow order. Yes, emojis could help us do this
… This emoji would be the abbreviation of #crochetersofinstagram
… We’d never actually say we’ve bought more yarn out loud, we’d simply insert an unbroken row of emojis
… No more ‘Cute!’ comments! We’ll be replacing that word with the button emoji
… We’d drop ‘stork of genius’ pun bombs whenever we spot epic embroidery
Like these emojis? Get 150 more!
To get the emojis featured above (illustrated by Jen Gardner), simply download the Craftmoji app now and install the keyboard and start sharing your new emojis with your fellow craft-loving friends. Read the Crochet Concupiscence review of the app here.
UK Apple App Store click here, and the app costs 99p
US Apple App Store click here, and the app costs 99c
Please note: We do not store any user keystrokes. Apple shows a warning when a new keyboard is added but we do not track any user keystrokes at all and never will.