The challenges that we will explore at this workshop will provide you with solutions that enable you and your community with better dressing processes – bringing ease, comfort, independence and dignity.
Check out our workshop if you are:
Someone exploring your interest in fashion and clothes-making. This workshop will introduce you to basic sewing technicalities and expand your creative process to include universal design that is ideal for all kinds of people, irrespective of their special abilities or disabilities.
Someone who is disabled and independently caring for yourself. This workshop will equip you with basic clothes-making skills that enable you to re-style, re-fashion, re-design your existing clothes, improve its functionality to better meet your needs.
Someone who is a caregiver. You know best about the challenges in dressing processes of your loved ones. This workshop is a moment to focus on yourself and self-improvement by picking up a new skill that can also help your care receiver in a practical way.
What You Will Learn :
– Design Thinking by getting into the process of creative problem solving
– Techniques for applying MagSnap and FrontZip
– Preparation of fabric pieces
– Sew on your favourite clothing!
$180 per pax for 4 sessions.
Inclusive of a Will & Well toolkit for you to take home!
($100 worth of tools such as fabric scissors, curve rulers, chalk, measuring tape, snap buttons, elastic waist-band, baby-velcro, long zips, magnets, etc.)
Dates and Timings:
2nd May, Saturday: 2.30pm - 5pm
9th May, Saturday: 2.30pm - 5pm
16th May, Saturday: 2.30pm - 5pm
30th May, Saturday: 2.30pm - 5pm
Centre of Innovation in Healthcare, CoWorking.
Block 29, Alexandra Hospital
378 Alexandra Road, Singapore 159964
What to bring:
– A problem with regards to dressing inconveniences (verbal or pictorial)
– ONE piece of existing clothing that you’d like to re-adapt
* Participants are encouraged to attend all the sessions. There will be no refunds if participants are unable to attend any one of the sessions.
* Minimum 5 signups for the workshop to commence. A confirmation message will be sent as the date of the first class draws near.