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  • Greener Kirkcaldy - Tears and Repairs kids clothing sewing workshop

    Created: 06/12/2017

    When: 6.30-8.30pm, Wednesday 17 January 2018
    Where: St. Bryce Kirk, Kirkcaldy
    This event is being organised by Greener Kirkcaldy

    It is too late to book a place for this particular session, sorry about that.

    Would you like to learn how to repair tears on children's clothes? Come along to Greener Kirkcaldy sewing workshop where you will be shown how to fix a tear and adjust children's clothing, giving clothes a new lease of life. Tools and materials will be supplied, but if you have torn items you'd like to work on, please bring them along.

    This workshop is part of our Too good to waste project; they offer a series of classes and workshops where you can learn to repair and upcycle clothes, make them last longer and prevent textile waste. The event is free but booking is required as spaces are limited.

    Please book via Eventbrite. If you have any problems booking, or any questions, please contact Greener Kirkcaldy using the contact details provided below.
     


    Phone: 01592 858458
    E-mail: [email protected]
    For more information visit this weblink


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