SalleyMavor

Wee Folk Studio

Woods Hole, Massachusetts · 2511 Sales

SalleyMavor

Wee Folk Studio

Woods Hole, Massachusetts 2511 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Announcement   This shop offers printed reproductions of Salley Mavor's dolls and embroidered scenes on note cards, posters and autographed books. Visit www.weefolkstudio.com for information about exhibits of Ms. Mavor's original artwork.

Announcement

Last updated on Sep 10, 2016

This shop offers printed reproductions of Salley Mavor's dolls and embroidered scenes on note cards, posters and autographed books. Visit www.weefolkstudio.com for information about exhibits of Ms. Mavor's original artwork.

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Polly's wee folk entourage will be at A Children's Place Bookstore in Portland, OR on Oct. 30th @ 2 pm.
Book signing with Salley Mavor.

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Polly is getting outfitted for her next adventure.
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About

Once Upon a Stitch

I have had a life-long fascination with little things and needlework. Toward the end of art school, I rediscovered my childhood delight in sewing and creating miniature scenes. Leaving traditional illustration mediums behind, but still interested in narrative work, I taught myself stitching and fiber art techniques. For me, manipulating materials with my hands with a needle and thread was so much more satisfying than rendering with a pencil or brush. I found that I could communicate my ideas more clearly this way and that my hands would direct me in a compelling way.

My early pieces were soft sculpture, and then turned flatter, with raised figures and objects on a fabric background. I came up with the term “fabric relief” in 1982 to better describe my evolving technique. My 3-dimensional pictures resemble miniature, shallow stage sets, with scenery, props and characters telling a story. I embroider, wrap, appliqué and paint different materials and found objects to create scenes in relief, with figures imposed on an embellished fabric background. My work is decorative and detailed, full of patterns from nature, all stitched by hand.

For the past 20 years, I've been working in the field of illustration, making artwork which is then photographed and printed in children’s books. My most recent picture book, "Pocketful of Posies" won the 2011 Boston Globe-Horn Book Award and the 2011 SCBWI Golden Kite Award. The original fabric relief illustrations from the book are currently touring the country.

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  • Salley Mavor

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    Salley Mavor learned how to sew as a child and has been playing with a needle and thread ever since.

Shop policies

Last updated on October 23, 2014
Welcome to Wee Folk Studio. I sell quality reproductions of my embroidered fabric relief artwork, in the form of cards, posters and children's book. To find information about how I work and to see an exhibit schedule of the originals, visit my blog: www.weefolkstudio.com.

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
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Payment
I accept Paypal and direct checkout through Etsy.
Shipping
Orders are shipped via USPS, 1 to 3 days after receiving payment confirmation. Because of the difference in weight, size and packaging, cards are sent by First Class Mail. Books are are sent by Media Mail (5-7 business days) with a tracking number. Posters are sent by First Class Mail (2-3 business days) with a tracking number.

International orders are sent by USPS First Class Mail, which takes from 7 -10 business days, depending on customs.
Refunds and Exchanges
If there is a problem with your purchase, I will do my best to remedy the situation. Damaged or lost orders will be replaced.