Little Hand Design: Education Through Fashion, Fashion Through EducationFrancesca Palange
Little Hands Design is a non-profit, quirky company offering hands-on fun with fashion and design for everyone from young to old. They teach great creative skills from sewing, clothes and accessory making, fashion design and illustration, pattern cutting, crafts, etc. Whether you are a budding fashionista or craft mad, Little Hand Design has a great variety of classes running during term time and holidays as well as parties and private tuition.
In the last issue of No Serial Number magazine, we review a day spent with Little Hand Design, where children, teens and even some adult students modeled their handmade work, the one they have created and produced throughout the classes. Go get you Spring issue if you want to know about a beautiful example of how education and interaction can be linked to fashion.
And if you are looking for an alternative to your regular dinner and drink with your friend… how about having your next catch up over a sewing machine? Check out Little Hand Design themed workshops ‘‘Beautiful Cushions’ to ‘Learning to use the sewing machine & easy alterations’, No Serial Number recommends it to you!
Their website is http://littlehandsdesign.com
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