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Workshop at LAPAN

I had series of workshop last week. Number of repeat students and new faces came to LAPAN eagerly to learn  making books. I had a great time surrounding by a passionate people; something that I always looking forward each time. Doesn't matter how many round I've went through, it gave me exact same pleasure like my first workshop 3 years ago:) I never get bored sharing the skill.

24 January - Coptic binding slot with with Anis. 
I had afternoon Long Stitch slot with Intan but unfortunately I forgot to capture any photo



25 January - Morning slot with Kat, Alison & Shelby definitely fun. 
They are all are my friends crafter… All very talented lady…
I had Kettle stitch slot in the afternoon with brother & sister, Lyn & Hashim:)

Ruby came again with sibling Farhan & Farah for coptic slot.

 24 January - 
Another familiar faces Alice, Haili and Samantha. Haili tagged along her two boys this time, 
Aidan & Amir are two amazing kids, they handle the tool like a pro:)

 Look who accompany me on Friday, Lina & Rey… 
having them around was make me feel safe somehow, sayangggggg them both.

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