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THE SHOP FLOOR PROJECT

FABRIC FOLK KIT: Picasso

£26.00

THE SHOP FLOOR PROJECT

FABRIC FOLK KIT: Picasso

£26.00

Make your own Fabric Folk hanging decoration!

These charming Fabric Folk Kits are a collaboration between The Shop Floor Project and collage artist Amanda White. They celebrate figures throughout history.

SIZE: The finished dimensions are approx: 6.5 x 18cm

Our hope is that people will embellish them with their own sewing skills - perhaps whilst sitting by the fire with a hot toddy!

Each kit comes with:

- A printed fabric folk panel
- Two sewing needles
- Thread and pins
- Length of ribbon for hanging
- Organic lambswool stuffing
- Instructions
- Story Card

You will also require scissors (not included)

PLEASE NOTE: This product is not a toy. It is designed as an adult craft project, and requires basic sewing skills. The kit contains sharp objects (pins and needles).

 

Picasso (1881 - 1973): A Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist and theatre designer who spent most of his adult life in France. He devoted himself to an artistic production that contributed significantly to the whole development of modern art in the 20th century, notably through the invention of Cubism (with the artist Georges Braque).

THE STORY

 

These charming Fabric Folk Kits are part of an ongoing collaboration between The Shop Floor Project and paper-cut artist Amanda White. Celebrating important figures throughout history the collection includes: Picasso, William Morris, Beatrix Potter, Caroline Herschel the astrologer, Charles Dickens, Emily Dickinson, Frida Kahlo, Marie Antoinette, Oscar Wilde, Queen Elizabeth I, Dido Belle, Mary Anning the fossil hunter, writers Virginia Woolf, Jane Austen and the Brontë sisters Anne, Charlotte and Emily. 


Amanda White’s celebrated collages of portraits and historical houses bring together her love of old buildings and literature. Trained as a theatre designer, each paper cut feels like a set design or sketch for a costume, each one drawing you into the scene and finding more, as you take in all the detail.