Upcycling - Restyle Your Wardrobe Workshop (11th run)

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"Loved clothes last" or #lovedclotheslast
This is the latest campaign by Fashion Revolution together with Green Peace.
Your clothes should be creating memories, not waste.
How do you do this? Well, you can either mend them or upcycle them. It could be turning a pair of jeans into shorts, or even just adding a repair patch to them. With Christmas less than a month away, your party outfit does not have to be off the store racks but lovingly upcycled with a needle and thread (or even with fabric glue).

Here are a few upcycling ideas that I have detailed on my site.

How to upcycle your clothes

Restyle Your Wardrobe Workshop - 11th Run

If you would like to get started on upcycling your wardrobe then my popular Restyle Your Wardrobe workshop is happening on 27 Jan (1 - 530pm). I can't believe it is now in its 11th run!

Tired of your wardrobe? Don’t know what to do with clothes you don’t want to wear? Bring two or three old garments and explore different techniques to breathe new life into them. I will share my passion for upcycling clothes, why it is important, and how to make your clothes last longer. You won’t have to hit the stores again! 

No sewing experience needed. For ages 12 and above.
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$95 per participant
This is an introduction to upcycling clothing.
What You’ll Learn:
  • What is upcycling?
  • How to upcycle a garment and get started
  • Basics of sewing and how to use the sewing machine
Everyone gets to take home something unique!
Bring 2 to 3 old garments. Upon registration, the trainer will contact you directly.
Classes start on time, please arrive 5 mins early if possible.
This class will only start if there are a min 4 participants.

But if you don't want to upcycle them, then making your clothes last is the way to go.  Here is a list of repair tips for you all to get started. 

How to repair your clothes

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