Jul 282014
 
upcycled textile doll

Hand sewn Monstresse, one of a kind improvisational recycled textile artwork.

Height is about 12 inches (31 cm).

Stuffed with the same kind of fabric.

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upcycled textile doll

A rag monster

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Jun 272014
 
unique doll
  • Handmade item
  • Material: mostly cotton
  • Feedback: 17 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Newtown, Wales

Mr Mushroom is a handsewn, one of a kind improvisational recycled / upcycled textile artwork.

Height of this toadstool man is about 11 inches (28 cm).

Mr Toadstool

upcycled textiles

rag doll

unique doll

lumpy and irregular

Price: £ 18.00

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Jun 222012
 
For The New Enlightenment! Shirts
On the front: The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters (El sueño de la razón produce monstruos) in English, Spanish and Russian languages. Originally a title of an etching made by the Spanish painter and printmaker Francisco Goya. Etched between 1797–1799. On the back: “Dare to use your own intelligence! This is the battle-cry of the Enlightenment…” by Immanuel Kant – in English and Russian. For free-thinking people who share the views of Christopher Hitchens that we need a New Enlightement.

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Product Description
Two monsters made of crocheted strips of gray fabric. Hollow inside. Could stand by themselves or you could put them on top of bedknobs, etc. Decorative items, not suitable fot the small children.

Measuring about 15x12x4 cm (6x5x1.5 inches) and 11x12x4 cm (4x5x1.5 inches).

Inspiration/Story Behind This Product
I often do textile crafts when watching TV. These creatures appeared during Tommyknokers by Stephen King. The name is of mythical mischievious creatures, also known as The Knacker, Bwca (Welsh), Bucca (Cornish). The last two sound familiar to Booka whos name used to scare little children in my native Russia.
Materials Used
fabric strips, buttons, threads, a rusty padlock, a rusty earring
More Info
Affordable one of a kind crocheted monsters
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 January 25, 2012  Posted by at 14:14 booka, bucca, buki, bwca, monsters, textile, textile art, tommyknockers No Responses »