EMBROIDER-MENDING WORKSHOP - SAT 12 SEPT 2-5 pm
Saturday 12 SEPT 2-5 pmAll participants will have their own set of materials and tools to use during the workshop. Seats are spaced at least 1m apart from each other. Dive into the art of repairing your garments and other personal fabric articles! In this workshop, we explore how to mend your textiles creatively with embroidery techniques. A variety of methods will be introduced to cover up holes/stains and prevent tears from getting bigger. Drawing inspirations from age-old textile-repair traditions like boroboro in Japan or Kantha in India (or the old-school thrifty habits of our grandparents!), the movement of visible mending is growing. A beautiful mend can give new life to a piece or simply stitch a functional mend to extend the lifespan of your favourite pieces, think of that piece that keeps getting holes due to so much wear and love. Beyond mending, the techniques are also good ways to refresh tired fabric pieces. Participants will go home with a mending sampler and can also bring their personal items for discussion on tips for mending. What you will learn: Various mending methods including: patching and darning Hand-embroidery stitches for creative mending: running stitch, whip stitch, blanket stitch, woven stitch All materials included:All materials and sewing tools will be provided during the session. Duration: 3 hours Fees: $70 (inclusive of all materials but you are welcome to bring your own fabric scraps to add to your selectionMin of 4 pax required for workshop to commence. We will inform you 3 days in advance should we cancel the class due to insufficient signups. Full refund will be provided. Max of 5 pax per workshop.Workshop is conducted by the wonderful mother and daughter duo from Momshoo.www.facebook.com/momshoo
Purchased sessions are non-refundable. If you are unable to attend, and want to transfer the session to your friend, go right ahead! We ask that you contact us at 8111 4833 to keep us informed. This will allow us to welcome your friend and call them by the right name and keep them updated on any changes, if any.