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Workshops + Events

Workshops + Events

No new events scheduled for the remainder of 2020

See details of past events below.

 


Made to Measure Winter – Focus on Fibre

Our last Made to Measure event was a huge success, everyone had such a great time,

 feedback we’ve received from the experience & about garments purchased has been phenomenal.

 

The whole idea is that you make purchases that are right for you, so you’ll get more wear out of them.

 

Having the ability to make adaptations is the key.

 

That Vest… but in the winter wooly knit rather than open weave linen.

That Gown… but in that delicate merino knit rather than summer weight linen.

That dress… but in a winter warming colour.

That belt style… but dark brown and maybe with this other buckle.

 

So, we’re doing it all again, dedicating an afternoon to serving you & your requests!

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EVENT DETAILS:

Date: Saturday, June 13th, 2020

Time: 3:30-5:30pm

Location: Creators Nest

Cost: $35 pp*

NB. Ladies only… we’ll host other events that include the Gents.

*Drinks, light refreshments & lots of laughter provided.

Limited places available – don’t miss out book now!

Visit us in store to make payment & secure your place.

OR

Email us to reserve your place   soar@creatorsnest.com.au   include your full name & phone number 

(if you’d like to make payment over the phone)

 

FIND OUT MORE HERE

Photo: by marie-nicole

 


Made to Measure

We’ve been listening…

You’d like that skirt… but a little longer.

That dress… but in a different colour.

That belt… but in tan not dark brown.

That Kimono… but without fringing.

So, we’re dedicating an evening to serving you & your requests!

Missed this event… don’t fret, you can come into store, flick through the portfolio, make an appointment to speak to the designer/maker directly if you wish to place a customised order.

Photo: by marie-nicole

 


Doll making for a cause

Read about this FREE workshop we ran & the impact it had here.

Supporting the ‘Blue Jean Sisters Project’ by Belinda Smith