Puppet "Dino"

"Dino", the dinosaur puppet, the perfect cushion for a fun decoration. Thought for kids, it’s ideal to create a colourful and carefree atmosphere in your home.
Handle with care, contains fantasy!

Entirely handmade in the Cucireperricucire tailoring workshop in collaboration with the Ecocreativo children's association.
Upholstery made from 100% cotton recycled material.
As this is an entirely handmade product, the cushion may be subject to slight variations in terms of size and details.

Dimensions: 18x30cm

Machine washable cold with similar colours (30°). Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Lay flat in the shade. Iron at low temperatures. Do not dry clean. Wash and iron inside out.

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How this project came about

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K-LAB, FROM INCLUSION COMES THE PRODUCT

K-LAB is a collective that develops design projects.
Graphic designers, architects and illustrators get involved and work together with the abilities of fragile people, recognising their value, channelling their resources in a productive way, giving dignity and due recognition to their talent.

K-Lab combines several workshops in a single production chain to create beautiful and useful products. Each workshop is designed to enhance the skills and differences of fragile people through creativity and beauty. 

Workshop

CUCIREPERRICUCIRE

It is a tailoring workshop where courageous women from a difficult past make products with the help of seamstresses, educators, pattern makers and fashion designers.
The products are made from 'valuable stock', leftover fabrics, materials from REMIDA and some purchases.
Each product made by the workshop is unique and accompanied by a story of redemption, beauty and dignity.

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Workshop

ECOCREATIVO

Ecocreativo is a creative workshop specialising in graphics and illustration, designed for adults with disabilities who cannot be permanently or temporarily employed. It is a place that favours creativity, where all the activities and proposals are carried out with an educational content to encourage awareness, self-respect and respect for the materials used.