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Like the literary terms 'cyberpunk' and 'steampunk' and especially punk music in the real world, the punk in 'fiberpunk' refers to the struggle for individuality, self-worth, and human identity in the often dehumanizing industrial and post-industrial world. Fiberpunk is an anti-boundary, anti-discrimination and anti-expectation approach to DIY fiber arts (crochet, knitting, sewing, etc).

Fiberpunk is not about the way you dress or what music you listen to - it's about crafting with a vengeance out of anything you can get your hands on.
Morgan is so fiberpunk she spun yarn out of her cat's hair.
by Morale Fiber March 27, 2015
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