Friday, September 24th 10.00am-12.00pm The Lab E20
In this two hour workshop, Trashion Factory’s Founder and Creative Director, Olivia, taught festival-goers how to upcycle a scarf into a kimono. The full process demonstrated how to take your own measurements, prepare, cut and hand-sew the scarf into an exciting new garment.
This workshop provided a great opportunity for festival-goers to meet other makers and learn about upcycling and reusing together. Trashion Factory regularly hosts sewing and upcycling workshops so, check out their website and follow their Instagram to find out more information about future classes.
Trashion Factory Taking clothes that would otherwise end up in landfill and refashioning them into made-to-measure wardrobe staples and one-off pieces. Trashion Factory also takes bespoke orders to upcycle beloved garments and offers craft workshops to women in the local community.
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