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French Stitch Slot at Islamic Art Museum, Malaysia




On top of not feeling so well today, I was so happy to spend time with this passionate people that came to the workshop to learn French Stitch Binding. What a surprise to encounter Azwa, an intern student I met in advertising agency after not in touch for more than 14 years…Akmal the one and only guy  interested to learn binding skill so he could compile his own photo book… Mawa, came to join for the second time after the kettle stitch slot last month, and the other 3 was the museum staff…:)  What a great day...

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