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State Of Craft - Craft Book Diy - Creative Templates - Artistic Fun Guide Book Other

State Of Craft - Craft Book Diy - Creative Templates - Artistic Fun Guide Book Other

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--Synopsis--
In the first decade of the twenty-first century, as the perils of globalized consumerism became an omnipresent reality and a topic of which all were aware, a small critical mass began to eschew mass-produced domestic design in favor of producing handmade and recycled objects themselves. The craft revolution of the early 2000s gained early visibility with the renewed popularity of knitting, which in turn revived the dying arts of crochet, embroidery, bricolage and macrame, seeping from the fringes of the culture into its mainstream. In 2005, Victoria Woodcock and Ziggy Hanaor edited "Making Stuff," one of the first alternative craft books to hit the shelves and draw the spotlight to this burgeoning movement. With "State of Craft," Woodcock and Hanaor shake things up once again, offering a fully illustrated how-to guide for making everything from mobiles to lampshades. "State of Craft" features interviews and contributions from all the hottest international craft megastars including Tatty Devine, Urban Cross Stitch and DIY Couture. Clearly explained, step-by-step craft ideas range from homemade underwear to pompom necklaces and angle poise lamps made with jars. Craft has inspired a whole generation of hipsters, and has come a long way in the past ten years. "State of Craft" brings it all up to date.

State of Craft features over 60 clearly explained step-by-step craft ideas ranging from pom-pom necklaces to old-jumper pouffes, contributed by key names in the international crafting community. A thorough how-to section and interviews with high profile craftsters provide further inspiration. It's time to break away from the high street and into your toolbox

The first decade of the 21st century was a time of huge change. As globalization became a day-to-day reality, a small group of people turned away from the ready-made, mass-produced culture that had been so prevalent since the 1950s, and found instead a means of self-expression through handmade and recycled objects. Starting with knitting, the craft revolution revived the dying arts of crochet, embroidery, bricolage and macrame, and slowly gained confidence and momentum, seeping from the fringes of society into the mainstream. VictoriaWoodcock and Ziggy Hanaor collaborated on Making Stuff, one of the first alternative craft books to hit the shelves back in 2005. State of Craft shakes things up once again, taking a glossy, sexy approach to the subject. The book features interviews and contributions from all the hottest craft megastars including Tatty Devine, Urban Cross Stitch, Prick Your Finger and DIY Couture. Clearly explained, step-by-step craft ideas range from homemade underwear to pompom headbands and pincushions made from vintage crockery. Craft has inspired a whole generation of hipsters, and has come a long way in the past ten years. State of Craft is here to bring it all up to date.


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In the first decade of the twenty-first century, as the perils of globalized consumerism became an omnipresent reality and a topic of which all were aware, a small critical mass began to eschew mass-produced domestic design in favor of producing handmade and recycled objects themselves. The craft revolution of the early 2000s gained early visibility with the renewed popularity of knitting, which in turn revived the dying arts of crochet, embroidery, bricolage and macrame, seeping from the fringes of the culture into its mainstream. In 2005, Victoria Woodcock and Ziggy Hanaor edited "Making Stuff," one of the first alternative craft books to hit the shelves and draw the spotlight to this burgeoning movement. With "State of Craft," Woodcock and Hanaor shake things up once again, offering a fully illustrated how-to guide for making everything from mobiles to lampshades. "State of Craft" features interviews and contributions from all the hottest international craft megastars including Tatty Devine, Urban Cross Stitch and DIY Couture. Clearly explained, step-by-step craft ideas range from homemade underwear to pompom necklaces and angle poise lamps made with jars. Craft has inspired a whole generation of hipsters, and has come a long way in the past ten years. "State of Craft" brings it all up to date.

State of Craft features over 60 clearly explained step-by-step craft ideas ranging from pom-pom necklaces to old-jumper pouffes, contributed by key names in the international crafting community. A thorough how-to section and interviews with high profile craftsters provide further inspiration. It's time to break away from the high street and into your toolbox

The first decade of the 21st century was a time of huge change. As globalization became a day-to-day reality, a small group of people turned away from the ready-made, mass-produced culture that had been so prevalent since the 1950s, and found instead a means of self-expression through handmade and recycled objects. Starting with knitting, the craft revolution revived the dying arts of

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2016

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