Crafting With Feminism

Crafting With Feminism

25 Girl-powered Projects to Smash the Patriarchy

Book - 2016
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Features 25 irreverent and easy-to-make projects that celebrate everything that rocks about girls, gals, and badass women.
When you're crafting, too often the works you create display nothing about yourself, your attitudes, and your opinions. This collection of sassy and easy-to-make projects will help you celebrate everything that rocks about girls, gals, and badass women.
Publisher: Philadelphia : Quirk Books, [2016]
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781594749278
Characteristics: 111 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm


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May 07, 2018

Turn your platform shoes into planters and flip your RBG finger-puppet at the patriarchy. Who knew Mod Podge could be a subversive weapon?

Dec 21, 2017

I though this book was wonderful . I made a few things from it it had quite a few needle point activities. But I loved the crafts I am part of a craft group and will be check out this book again for ideas to make with them.

Dec 23, 2016

Not appropriate for any age. My teenage daughters found the book disgusting. If feminism is this they said they don't want to anything with it.
Something should be seriously wrong with a person who would want to do any of the crafts suggested by the book. What kind of person would make a uterus shape cushion or vagina Christmas tree decoration and actually use them? By the way very sloppily made, hard to recognize - ugly. The author definitely is not good with her needlework (or any craft).
And why not a liver cushion or anus decoration?! :) What about being proud of your intestines and maybe we should make intestine necklaces.:)
And overall it is weird to be proud for the things that are given to you, you born with like your gender, ethnicity, race etc. It is good to be comfortable with what you are - black, white, tall, short, male or female, etc. but one should be proud exclusively for the things she/he achieved with his/hers own efforts.
Me and my daughters say NOPE, as the book recommends. Too bad that OPL wasted money ( 16 copies!!!) for such garbage.


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