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Móhu is a little place filled with woolly creatures, cute gifts, and doodles. Sign up for our monthly newsletter for shop updates and other cute things: http://shop.mohumohu.com/newsletter/
Of wool and woolly creatures
Móhu is a Chinese word that means fuzzy or woolly. It also means blurry or vague, which is quite fitting considering we didn’t start with a clear direction in mind. We just wanted to make things.
At some point these small amigurumi* creatures emerged, and soon we were overrun. Now they cover the walls and shelves and hide in any little spaces they can find. They stare at us while we work. They stare with little beady eyes. Because their eyes are actually made of beads.
We live in Canada now, in a small city on an island on the Eastern most point of North America. It snows a lot here, but the creatures don’t get cold because they’re made of fancy wool.
We really like wool; the shop is an excuse to hoard it. Because you do need to have all the different kinds and all the different colours. You have to have enough wool to roll around in.
In the shop, you can get one or more of these small woolly creatures to stare at you too. If we don’t get rid of them, we’ll be wading through a sea of amigurumi before long. You can also crochet your own little horde, using our easy amigurumi patterns and kits.
*an amigurumi is a soft toy that’s knitted or crocheted.
Owner, Designer, Creator
Hiding in a pile of wool.
Helps With Design And Shipping
If you have any questions, just send a conversation here on Etsy, or email shop [!at] mohumohu.com.
Accepted payment methods
If you don't have a PayPal account, you can still check out using your credit card. This Etsy help article explains how to do it: https://www.etsy.com/help/article/361
All purchases will be shipped within 1 week of receiving payment, using normal airmail without a tracking number.
Shipping to Canada and USA usually takes 1-2 weeks.
International orders usually arrive within 2-4 weeks, but can take up to 8 weeks if they are delayed by customs.
Shipping might take a bit longer during the busy holiday season, or periods of bad weather.
If you'd like to upgrade your shipping (eg. registered mail, expedited mail or courier), please contact me for a quote before placing your order.
Be sure to check your mailing address and postal code carefully, to make sure that your parcel is shipped to the right place. I can't take responsibility for lost orders if the wrong address was given.
Sometimes packages get lost or damaged in the post. If this happens, please contact me so that I can replace the order.
Customs fees will depend on your country's regulations, the type of items being shipped, and the value of the items. If there are customs fees, you'll have to pay them yourself once your parcel arrives.
Refunds and Exchanges
Purchases can still be refunded or exchanged once an item has been shipped, but the buyer will be responsible for all shipping costs.
Downloadable files can not be returned or refunded, since they are digital.
Additional policies and FAQs
Items intended as gifts can be gift-wrapped before shipping. We can even add a small gift tag with a special note, at no extra charge. Simply leave a note in the message to seller when you make your purchase.
Patterns and other digital downloads are intended for personal use. You may use the patterns to make items for yourself, as gifts, or for charity. Please don't distribute the files that you have purchased, whether in digital or physical form.
SELLING YOUR AMIGURUMI
If you'd like to sell amigurumi made from móhu patterns, please contact me about it first. Permission will be given on a case by case basis. Just send me an email or Etsy Conversation, letting me know where you'd like to sell the amigurumi, and how many you want to make.
Please note that all photos, images, and designs remain the copyright of móhu's owner/creator, so please don't copy or steal them ^-^ You are welcome to use the images on your blog or another website, as long as you link back to the page where you found them.