Book Review:: A Little Book of Craftivism

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As promised, this evening I am reviewing a fabulous book on ‘Craftivism’, written by Craftivist Collective, Sarah Corbett. The book is called ‘A Little Book of Craftivism‘ and it very literally is a little book, measuring only 6.1″ tall.

When I first unpacked it from the mail, I wasn’t too sure what to expect, but was definitely pleasantly surprised, as this mini-tomb offers a brilliant glimpse into the world of Craftivism, even giving you the tools and a variety of different ideas to get started on your own.

There is even a simple cross stitching tutorial, so that you can learn how to stitch your own Craftivist message onto recycled fabric swatches or whatever else you can find.

The author sits down with a very inspiring pop up Craftivist, who has set herself in a beautiful public park setting, making herself available to answer bystanders questions.

The author has also included a list of inspiring quotes to get your creative juices flowing!

So whether you are looking to start a Craftivist group of your very own with 5 or 6 of your pals or if you are just interested in changing the world solo, this little book is a must read!

              Highly recommended!!


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Allisonxo is a she/her identifying feminist from Toronto, Canada who is a lifelong crafter and lover of vegan food and thrifting.

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