Upcycling Meets Batik

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Upcycling Meets Batik

"The best colour in the whole world is the one that looks good on you"
Coco Chanel

I love any colour and I enjoy changing the colour of my clothes.  The last time I tried dyeing my clothes they turned out wonderful. There was the shibori style and batik, and because many of my readers asked when I would be holding a batik x upcycling workshop, I thought it was very apt to collaborate with Cherlyn Mark of +artathomesg as part of the Singapore Design Week.  

Dyes can be used to hide stains or unwanted marks on the garment.
Dyes can enhance. 
Dyes can give a garment new life.

Available Dates: 11th and 12th March
Cost: $95
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Take home a basic DIY batik kit.

Batik Upcycling

Once you learn the basic batik techniques you can start exploring applying them on your own clothes. 


Check out what happened:

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