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Canned goods & Confectionery

Hi Feltfans, I haven’t updated you in a while as predictably, I’ve been sewing my little heart out but boy, have I got some treats to show you! The canned goods section is 90% finished, the confectionery is at about 70% and I’m well on my way with the cigarettes and tobacco. I’ve been taking […]

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My Kickstarter campaign to raise £2,000 for a knitted cornershop is now live

My Kickstarter campaign to raise £2,000 for a knitted cornershop is now live. Please watch the video and pledge for amazing prizes. Please share and spread the word! To pledge, click here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sewyoursoul/the-cornershop In 2014 I, Lucy Sparrow, will be restocking an abandoned Cornershop in London with felt products. Each item- from the bean cans, to […]

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Felt Impacts of Tar Sands-A very fluffy protest

Very early this morning and after nine intense days of frantic sewing and knitting, I made my way with the guys from the UK Tar Sands Network to Canada House to protest against the Canada Europe Energy Summit which brought together Canadian ministers and heads of big oil companies planning how to push highly polluting […]

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Ministructures: Buckingham Palace

As part of our Ministructures series, artist Lucy Sparrow has made felt versions of London’s landmarks. For each iconic building she stitches, we meet a Londoner connected with it. This week, we talk to Harry Matthew Dodd, 22, student and Director of the Centre of Performing Arts at the University of Westminster. A royalist, huh? ‘I think we’re so lucky to […]

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Ministructures: we meet a woman that chained herself to the Trellick Tower

Artist Lucy Sparrow has made mini versions of London’s iconic buildings out of felt for our Ministructures series. For each iconic building she creates, we find a Londoner with a connection it. This week, we chat to Emma Dent Coad, 58, local councillor for Golborne Ward and deputy leader of the Labour group for Kensington and Chelsea council. What […]

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