Monday, December 31, 2012

Raikan Cinta : Fizi + Lisa

Idda Mellisa + Hafizi || Kelantan
Idda's review click HERE

Felt Hand Bouquet Code: Mekar Setaman Ver 2 (Cream + White + Soft Pink)

Material : Acrylic Felt 





Hand Bouquet Code : Dia Comel Dia Cantik
Material : Colorful Button
Signage : Colorful Alpha Button


Interested : email to sekocinorlie@gmail.com with below information;


Full Name:

Contact#: 
Email ID:Address:
Type of HB you are interested with:
Theme Color:
Due Date HB should received: 
  

Price list : http://sekocinorlie.blogspot.com/p/wedding-favor-price-list.html


*Felt Hand bouquet
*DIY Hand bouquet

Friday, December 28, 2012

Felt Flower Bridal Bouquet || Hanna

For Nurul Hanna Johari || Code : Hanna (mix flower) 
Price from RM100 depend on the quantity of flower
Material : Felt




Interested : email to sekocinorlie@gmail.com with below information;


Full Name:

Contact#: 
Email ID:Address:
Type of HB you are interested with:
Theme Color:
Due Date HB should received: 
 

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Recap || Sekoci on Bella @NTV7

Alhamdulilah the shooting process went quite smoothly, I've been a little getting used to because it's the fifth time I was confronted with the camera,Thanks to Depnie too (kena practice jugak takut terabur lain tanya lain jawab hahah) seeee ... look how I act so naturally rite,haha...kononn

Program : Bella ntv7
Date: 25th November 2012 (Sunday)
Broadcast time: 1:30pm

Bella is a prominent talk show featuring a diverse mix of celebrity interviews, audience participation and segments highlighting everyday woman with extraordinary stories and talents. Bella celebrates and support women who are branching out and making a difference in this “man’s world”.

Thanks to lempeng hangit who upload the video ..heheeh malu seyyy
im look cute in tv? bluueekkk jangan gelak okk abaikan my broken English..hehe

Proud also my hand-bouquet has been used for the NEW set of Bella onward :)

Behind the scene 
Daphne Iking and my hand-bouquet
The display setting
Prepare to on air
After shooting hahah look they got donuts and some free gift from sekoci :)
Me and Dephne.. gila tinggi dia and she so gorgeous kau!Talkative and so kind.. seriously tak sombong
she make me comfort and lost my nervous. Proud introduce my new baby accessories to her 
 Me and Bella's crew.. Thank you all
Lutthfee me and Corinne Adrienne .. oh saya kena cari kerusi untuk sama tinggi LOL
Tak sangka boleh jumpa Corrinne in person, selalu tengok kat tv je... she really tall and cantik ok!
While im sitting in the waiting room damm tak berani nak tegur...hahhah buat2 macho camtu..
dah habis show baru teregeh2 nak ambik gambar... Thanks Lutthfee  awak baik sangat ! kita jumpa lagi nanti ya
 Wrapping kemas kemassss
 Me with Nisa, the Producer of Bella ntv7

THANK YOU BELLA!
InsyaAllah see you again.

Monday, December 17, 2012

Raikan Cinta : NOR SYAM

Nor Syam | Engagement day
Photog:

Felt Hand Bouquet Code: Bella
Material : Felt and colorful button


Sunday, December 9, 2012

Felt Class || National Textiles Museum

Recap from my craft session at at National Textiles Museum last December, 8 20012.Let's let the pictures tell the tale..

More story also available at :
http://whimsicalnquirkyworkshop.blogspot.com/2012/12/national-textile-museum.html
http://acgmalaysia.blogspot.com/

More picture click HERE 


im totally nervous when Dato' Ibrahim Ismail 
(Ketua Pengarah Muzium Tektil Negara) turun padang support the program :) 

 
 look yummy right? heheheeheh
 Puan Jane also the joint  my class... 
Diana and her donut
 Me with Puan Janet Tee (Pengarah) and Dato' Ibrahim Ismail (Ketua Pengarah) Muzium Tekstil Negara :) 




Thursday, December 6, 2012

NATIONAL TEXTILE MUSEUM DEC 8 – 16, 2012 CRAFT WORKSHOP SCHEDULE


Date

Day

Time

Event
Max pax
8 Dec
SAT
10am – 1pm
  1. NORLIE – FELT DONUT MOTIFS
20


2.30pm – 5.30pm
  1. EVA NG – BEADING – HAIR BAND
20
9 Dec
SUN
10am – 1pm
  1. UMI KALSOM - RIBBON EMBROIDERY
20


2.30pm – 5.30pm
  1. NAMIZAM – MACRAME BRACELET
20
13 Dec
THU
10am – 1pm
  1. ZITON – FREE-STYLE WEAVING
20
14 Dec
FRI
10am – 1pm
  1. MASTURA – WIRE JEWELLERY
20
15 Dec
SAT
10am – 1pm
  1. FID – FINGER CROCHET/KNITTING
20


2.30pm – 5.30pm
  1. JON YUSOFF -  TATTING  FOR BEGINNERS
20
16 Dec
SUN
10am – 1pm
  1. FATIMAH CHIK – SHIBORI TEE-SHIRT
20


2.30pm – 5.30pm
  1. ZARINA – QUILTING BASICS
20

These free workshops are sponsored by National Textile Museum, KL to create awareness and encourage appreciation of textiles & jewellery – its uses, its history and its construction.

 Workshops are conducted by members of The Arts & Crafts Guild, KL & Selangor

Blog : www.acgmalaysia.blogspot.com                      Email :  acgmalaysia@gmail.com


NOTE :
As places are limited, please come earlier to register at the Museum Information counter (glass foyer).

Then you can walk around and enjoy the National Textile Museum’s exclusive exhibits of antique textiles (Galeri Teluk Berantai), learn how various traditional crafts are made (Galeri Pohon Budi), experience the various costumes (Galeri Pelangi) and jewellery (Galeri Ratna Sari) of the many ethnic groups of people in Malaysia.

National Textiles Museum


National Textile Museum is located at JKR 26, Lot 50 Seksyen 70, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, Kuala Lumpur, a heritage building previously occupied by various departments and institutions. The building which was completed in 1896 is 2 ½ level with an area of 3259 m2 and floor area of 3145.3 m2.

Peta Lokasi


Muzium Tekstil Negara in a larger map
Address: 
JKR 26, Jalan Sultan Hishamudin, 50050 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 
 03-2694 3457 / 3461
Fax: 
 03-2694 3466


TEXTILE CARNIVAL 2012 Introducing WORKSHOPS & INSTRUCTORS

1.     FELT work – Donut motifs    
Instructor  - Norliza Samingon (Norli)

This crafter started out with felt as her media. Her work borders on art as she imitates the art of donuts by making realistic-looking, yummy donuts out of brown felt.

She stuffs them with polyester filling until firm. Then she sews various frosting –looking bits onto the ‘donut’. All done with a sewing needle, some felt and filling and lots imagination. Let your imagination go wild when ‘baking’ your donuts!


2.     BEADING – hair band 
Instructor :  Eva Ng

Beads can be used is various ways. In this workshop, Eva will guide participants to make 3-D flowers and attach them on a hairband for a functional hair accessory.



3.     RIBBON EMBROIDERY           
Instructor :  UmiKalsom

She is well-versed in embroidery and her website has attracted readers and buyers from all over the world. 

Her forte is ribbon embroidery that tries to realistically capture the essence of a bouquet of flowers

  
4.     MACRAME – bracelet
Instructor :  Namizam

Trained as a graphic designer, he uses crafts to expand his creativity.  Macrame is a retro craft, being popular in the 1960s but has been making a comeback in recent years.  It is a series of knots and is adaptable to make many decorative items such as a bracelet, belt, plant hanging and even hippie bags.


5.     FREE-STYLE WEAVING           
Instructor :   Ziton Ismail

Weaving can be traditional and functional but stretch the creativity and you get free-style weaving, just for the fun and art of it!

Start with a frame with evenly spaced nails all around. Next is to choose the string for the warp. Then choose strings you can weave in and out the warp to form a design of your choice. You can weave in any direction to create interesting formations.

Ziton is a certified craft trainer.



6.     WIRE JEWELRY – Herringbone technique
Instructor :  Mastura Mustaffa

Mastura honed her skills in wire-jewellery-making through practice, observation and experimentation. This form of jewellery making requires twisting lengths of wire in neat, repetitive loops. Then crystals or beads are added.

  
7.     SHIBORI – dyeing your tee-shirt     
Instructor :  Fatimah Chik  

Fatimah Chik is known as a batik artist, but prefers the term resist artist as she uses various techniques such as shibori, block stamping in wax in her art pieces.  An early graduate from ITM, she has more than 30 years experience in textile art and technology. She is currently teaching at MIA.

Shibori is not just a tie and dye technique. It is more precise work as one of the ways is pleating prior to dyeing,  to achieve symmetrical, repeated designs.


8.     LACE-MAKING - TATTING                 
Instructor :  Jon Yusoff

Tatting is a form of lace work made with knots using thread that are group together into rings or chains an interspersed with decorative picots.  The way the knots, or double stitches as there are also known as,  are shaped and joined together create the variety of lace be it edgings, doilies, snowflakes, medallions and many more.

Tatting has developed from the traditional flat designs to wearable designs such as jewelry  and ornaments like sun-catchers and balls and other accessories.  Tatting has also gone three-dimensional where many designers have come up with flowers on stalks and character figurines.
  
9.     FINGER CROCHET
Instructor - Rafidah (Fid) Anum

Strips of t-shirt fabric (jersey) can be re-used as thick ‘yarn’ for finger crochet. You do not need a hook. Just use your fingers!

This is an eco-friendly way to recycle torn or spoiled t-shirts into other functional items such as rigs, bags, and even chunky bracelets.

When she is not crocheting or crafting, she is a scientists dealing with stem cells.
   
10.            QUILTING BASICS - PLACEMAT
      Instructor – Zarina Zainal Abidin

An ardent crafter, she hand-dyes yarn in multi-colours for sale on Etsy.com.

She is also a quilter and in this workshop, will be teaching the basics of quilting.  Participants will learn to properly join & stitch pieces or cloth and batting together to form a placement.


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