A PAIR & A SPARE STUDIO WORKSHOPS

I never would have guessed as I was signing up to blogspot from my share flat in London (using internet streamed from the upstairs neighbours) that creating this blog would be the best thing I ever did. However, sometimes I have to say that tapping away at a computer all day can be a little isolating. For that reason, I couldn’t be happier to announce the launch of our new studio workshops! We held a little launch (and tester) over the weekend at the studio and it was a snowball of excitement, exhilaration and being utterly terrified at the same time. Luckily all went perfectly (thanks to my amazing team of Alanna and Kai) and it was so satisfying to meet so many lovely people – the whole chatting face to face thing has become unheard of in such an internet based world and I loved every minute of it!

For the first workshop we did our knotting school, teaching knots and creating gorgeous macrame hanging vases. Everyone was so shocked by how easy it was and how impressive their finished product ended up being. It helped that yummy food and drinks were flowing and the tunes got us into the rhythm of square knots and half twists!

Now that the studio is finally finished (before and after shots coming soon!) we’ll be hosting loads more of these fun get togethers. We’ve already got dates for two new workshops including another knotting school and a business focused one called Blog What You Love (following on from the Do What You Love series). For those of you based in Hong Kong, you can buy tickets to our next workshops here sign up to the newsletter to be kept informed of what’s coming up. See below for some pics from the weekend.

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A big thank you to Lauren and the rest of the Sassy girls for all your help, we couldn’t have done it without you!

Also thanks to Fish and MeatInvisible KitchenNice PopsDitto DittoPyaarBee’s NestAnything But SaladsBanrock Station

Photos by the lovely Sabrina Sikora