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WHEN?
04 February 2017 // Saturday
SLOT 1(10.30am ~ 1.30pm) - French Stitch
SLOT 2 (2.30pm ~ 5.30pm) - Kettle Stitch

05 February 2017 // Sunday
SLOT 3 (10.30am ~ 1.30pm) - Coptic Stitch

WHERE?
Little Syam Creative Nest
No.24-1, 1st Floor, Jalan 4/76C, Desa Pandan
Off Jalan Kampung Pandan, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

INTERESTED TO JOIN?
Each slot price RM120 which includes material kits, light refreshment & certificate. Tool are available for loan.

You could book your seat NOW by email your detail to info@littlesyam.com
Name on certificate:
Date & Slot:
Contact Number:
Email:

Slot consider booked only upon payment of non-refundable RM50 deposit to:
Maybank account
Samsiah Binti Jendol
Account no: 164052355030

Kindly notify me via email of the payment proof once deposit has been banked in.

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