We are thrilled to bring this traditional Japanese fabric flower art with you! Learn how to make clover flowers that never dies, and design accessories for daily wear. We will show you how to make flowers step by step, and how to make accessories with fabric flowers. You will feel excited by your creativity. After the 3-hour workshop, you will bring home decorative artwork or jewellery made with fabric flower. We’ll provide you all the material needed on the day. Just come to the workshop with your smile and be ready to make a bunch of like-minded friends along the way! What you’ll learn: -Special fabric treatment with resin glue -Fabric petal shaping and twisting technique -Accessory-making skills and ideas You’ll bring home: -decorative artwork -or jewellery made with fabric flower Drink and snack provided to empower your creativity.
I am a sustainability believer, fashion designer, and a leader in personal development. Since 2014, With the guidance of Australian fashion designer Jenny Bannister in up-cycling fashion, sustainability fashion door has opened wide for me. With a Bachelor degree in fashion design in RMIT, and various skills in contemporary jewellery making, artisan flower making, etc, I combine all skills I have, and am passionate to create something sustainable and unique, that makes a difference to myself and the community. I am always on the way to explore and teach new design skills. I believe in being transparent and honest with myself and community. I love life, and constantly overcome obstacles, strengthening core value through adventure with eco fashion. Join me in journey: https://www.vivianqiustudio.com/book-online ; Ins: vivian_qiu_studio
Wide selection of specially treated recycled fabric; resin glue; wires; jewellery pliers; jewellery parts; other craft…
We'll be running our sustainable design workshops in a room in RMIT city campus. The campus is modernly refurbished for studying and social space, and is a bold iconic example of environmentally sustainable building. To get to RMIT building, it is super convenient by public transport and is within FREE Tram zone. Train: get off at Melbourne Central Station. Tram: Get off at Stop 7-RMIT university (routes 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67 and 72)