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El liderazgo de la División Norteamericana he creado una lista de especialidades que posiblemente se pueden desarrollar en casa durante la cuarentena del COVID-19.
Adventist Youth Honors Answer Book/Arts and Crafts/Fabric Yo-Yo
| South American Division
|| Skill Level 1
Year of Introduction: 2012
- 1 1. Define what fabric yo-yo is. What is the origin of this technique?
- 2 2. What is the main goal of this technique?
- 3 3. Explain the stages of this technique.
- 4 4. What materials and tools are necessary?
- 5 5. Demonstrate and give examples of the following:
- 6 6. Choose two of the following activities and put into practice what mentioned in requirement 5:
- 7 References
This Honor is a component of the Artisan Master Award.
1. Define what fabric yo-yo is. What is the origin of this technique?
Fabric yo-yo consists of taking advantage of and recycling the scraps of colorful fabrics used by stylists and seamstresses to create beautiful pieces. The word "fuxico" in Portuguese means "gossip" and this technique comes from when women were supposed to meet and go into "conversations and gossip", and would make these small pieces in the meantime. From cutting, folding and uniting, suddenly these beautiful flowers appeared that could adorn a lapel, a wallet, cushions, hair clips, and many other applications. Most of these works of art consist of small circles of fabrics that are stitched, sewn, and glued together to decorate a surface. Buttons, ribbons, beads, bows and pearls are added as final details.
In English it is known as "fabric yo-yo" and in the 1930s they were very popular and are still used today. They make great accessories for hair, dolls, small animals, etc. which are formed by many rounds of cloth or fabric.