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When:

Sat Apr 27 2013, 11:00am–1:00pm
Sat May 4 2013, 11:00am–2:00pm

Where: The Daily Scoop, 43 Jalan Merah Saga, Queenstown, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Workshop Part A & B: $110.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: ruth207

Experiment with itajime shibori, a dyeing technique developed in ancient Japan, to produce exciting and wonderfully repeated geometrical patterns on fabric. Create one-of-a-kind textiles, all by hand.

This is a 2-week workshop.

By the end of the Part A workshop, you'll go home with 8 pieces of tea towel-sized beauties, with a basic understanding of resist dyeing to create stunning and symmetrical patterns on fabrics.

In the Part B workshop, learn to hand-sew 2 of your unique shibori pieces into a cute versatile padded pouch (fits the Iphone!) for everyday use.

Learn sewing techniques, such as:
- Blanket Stitching
- Back Stitching, and;
- Button Sewing

No experience necessary. Perfect for beginners. All materials provided.

Take home*
Part A: 8 pieces of cloths (to be left for curing for minimum 8 hours)
Part B: 1 padded pouch
*please note that clips, wood and lino pieces are to be returned to Happyshop for reuse

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For sake of clarity, we emphasise that participants (or their replacements; please read the terms & conditions carefully) are required to attend both Part A and Part B. In case of participant's no-show for either or both, no refund or exchanges will be made.

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ABOUT The Little Happyshop :

The Little Happyshop started in 2008 as an online shopping site. Home to chic paper goods and other happy practicalities, this little store grew humbly by word of mouth, and making friends at bi-annual roadshows. The shopkeeper parked her wares in 2011 in her hometown, at a cozy corner of the Holland “windmill” mall.

And because she supports handmade, she launched the "Crafty Workshops" from October 2011 and has run more than 50 classes to-date. She is blessed with a passionate team of instructors, and loves meeting new-to-craft customers and hobbyists alike.

She hopes that you will love her little gift store and her "Crafty Workshops" too.

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Please direct all workshop enquiries and custom bookings to customer@thelittlehappyshop.com OR call the shop at 6466-8995