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Great Saturday:)

I had such a wonderful time yesterday, surrounding by an awesome people at LittleSyam Book Binding Workshop 14 at Re-Store, Publika Solaris Dutamas.

what they have in common? all of them are left handed:)
Total of 9 students attended the workshop, 3 for morning and 6 for afternoon. Some start with hiccup here and there and some have better understanding than the others. Some still confuse:P

Adlin & Adlina, the twin 

With Vivian, an editor from Going Places
With Lee Ann
It was interesting to observe on how each of them react towards the same lesson. YES we had so much fun laughing loud, mixture of colorful characters. I had 4 designers (Leena, Zee, Lee Ann & Driv), an editor (Vivian), scientist (Adlin) that bring along her twin (Adlina) and husband (Zaidan), and 13 years old girl (Lily). Thanks for joining the workshop, you all so awesome:)


The Re-Store are amazing, better take many photos:) 
Tara kucha
Thanks to Rom, from Re-store, that squeezing his amazing space for my workshop. Lina drop by in the afternoon after her Little Red Market (muck babe) and customers passing by curious and wondering what was happening in Re-Store. It was nice to be back at familiar atmosphere.


2 gentleman join this time...:)
Being totally flat after the workshop, return home and ZZZZzzzZZ.

My sewing machine is not being kind to me, time to see doctor...but I've managed to finish the hand made doll for TVC before out for late lunch with Lina, Arissa & Syamil today. Here are how it looks like:)



I need a rest & holiday.. but 3 ongoing jobs, a meeting will make me busy next week plus coptic binding lesson with Yvonne on Wednesday afternoon & teaching on Thursday next week.

Thursday going to be my last class for first batch of Applied Design students and was planning to have a field trip to Royal Selangor at noon. I will miss them for sure:(

Hope for a great week, do take care peeps//luv syam

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