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Christmas DIY Décor - 17th Dec, Friday - Fabriclore

Christmas DIY Décor - 17th Dec, Friday

Why should you attend this Workshop?

This time lets upcycle and create an art for those cozy Christmas eves.

Learn to create a sustainable Christmas Tree for your house from scrap fabric and leftover pieces which may not be useless altogether.

 

What can you expect in the workshop?

We will made a Christmas tree from scrap fabric and cardboard pieces.

There isn't any use of plastic or any synthetic items in this Tree

 

    Who is it for?

     Any one who wish to make there Christmas eve memorable with their own art of sustainable Christmas tree.

     

     

     

    Materials Required

    1. Ruler, pencil
    2. Inch tape
    3. Tape, Scissors 
    4. Thread Fabric
    5. Chalk/ marker
    6. Ironable fusing
    7. Scrap Fabric
    8. Cardboard Boxes


    When?

    Date: 17th Dec, Friday

    Time: 4:00 - 6:00 PM IST 

    Where: Online at ZOOM 

     


     

    FAQs

    1. What if I register for workshop but I'm not able to attend?
    Don't worry, we will send you the recording. But we recommend LIVE, it is so much more fun.

    2. Do I need to have prior knowledge of sewing?
    No. This is a basic level workshop, all you need is your love for sewing, we'll get you started.

    3. Do you provide the raw material?
    Not at the moment. However you can buy yourself some beautiful fabrics from our website & all the other materials are readily available in local market.

    4. I did not receive the Zoom link in the E-Mail even after the payment
    Do not worry, you will receive the Zoom Invite one day before the Workshop.

     

    About the Tutor

    Sneh Lohiya

    She is an artist for 20+ years in varied areas of embroidery and painting.

    She doesn't believe in molding into one shape and hence she keeps experimenting with her artistic vision. 

    She has inspired and taught numerous students to pursue the art of Embroidery.

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