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Workshop at KDU on June

Here I would like to share with you the Zakka workshop organize by KDU in June. I am selected amongst the other 3 Zakka designers to held a workshop. Thanks to KDU:) Going to teach a Kettle stitch, but this workshop is the simpler version than my normal workshop but on top of that I will share my experience as a creative entrepreneur.

Some infos you might find useful for the workshop:

Learn how to Stitch your own Notebook

Date: 16th June 2012

Time: 10.00am-1.00pm
Venue: KDU University College, Damansara Jaya campus
Fee: RM 50 (Per head)
*All workshops are inclusive of materials

If you are interested to attend to these workshops, do register HERE or email to clkoh@kdu.edu.my
*Advanced payment is required upon confirmation if spot. Seats are limited!

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