Here's what your child will gain from attending our workshops
Klash Creative Workshops are now taking place within our studio space!
Here's what you'll be paying for:
Your child will have 3 sessions from Monday - Wednesday (either in the morning or afternoon depending on the time you choose) and will include a range of materials for your child to choose from.
Your child will learn a wide range of sewing skills and techniques that will stay with them for life that they can progress and develop on in future years to come.
Your child will have the opportunity to make a wide range of projects from bucket hats, headbands, tote bags, purses and much more!
They will also be able to create a larger project throughout the 3 days such as tshirts, trousers, skirts, dresses and other garments they can add to their wardrobe.
Our aim for these classes is to offer a lot more than just sewing skills.
We aim to encourage your child grow in confidence, self-belief and feel like they are in a safe space to make new friends and enjoy the process of exploring their imagination through creative sewing projects!
We aim to encourage positivity and inspire every child we teach to feel good about themselves and be proud of the things they will learn and create!
We also welcome your child to bring in garments or accessories that they might want to repair, upcycle or customise, the options are endless!
Your child is more than welcome to bring any snacks although there will be juice and snacks provided.
Additional Information Needed
Once you have booked in your child's place through checkout, we will be in touch to confirm the following:
- Your name:
- Your phone number:
- Your email address:
- Child's name:
- Child's age:
Where will they be taking place?
Our workshops will take place at 71 Meadowside Kandahar House, DD1 1EN.
Please enter through the double doors and press the buzzer on the left hand side. Someone will answer and give you access to entering the building.
From there, just follow the stairs all the way up to the top of the building!
Here is a photo of the front of the building for your reference!