Time with Textiles: Linocut Printing

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WEEKEND SUNDRIES welcomes you to our cosy studio, away from the bustle of the city for a time of textile creating and thoughtful conversations.

In our workshop series : TIME WITH TEXTILES, you will learn the classic craft of textile and surface design via linocut printing. Gather around and learn to create an original print, test print samples and take home your final printed bag. 

All Materials and refreshments included. 

Workshop details are:

Location: 114 Lavender Street #10-86 (CT Hub2), S 338729

Date: 12 August , Saturday

Time: 2pm - 4.30pm (2.5 hr) 

Book your slot, and we will personally email the details of the workshop to you.

We believe the process of making can create conversations and community with like-minded individuals. We'd love for you to join us!


Terms and Conditions

In the event there is a poor response of participants, the class will be cancelled 2-3 days prior. You will be notified through email and refunded. 
Your spot is transferable to another person with at least 24 hour notice through email before the scheduled class.
Your spot is non-exchangeable and non-refundable.

Sizing Guide

Please note that sizes may vary depending on each unique design. This sizing guide is used as a rough guideline to measurements through all international sizes. The detailed description of fit can be found in the product description. However, if you are unsure about a particular fit, do drop us a message before placing your order.

Our Sizes XS - 4 S - 6 M - 8 L - 10
US / CAN 2 4 6 8
UK / AUS 4 6 8 10
Bust 32" 33" 34.5" 36"
Waist 24" 25.5" 27" 28.5"
Hips 34" 35.5" 37" 38.5"

Bust: Measure across the chest from armpit to armpit at the fullest point of your bust
Waist: Measure across your waistline, just above the belly button
Hips: Measure across the widest part of your hips/lower body where it curves out the most

Shoulders: Measure across from point to point of your shoulders
Sleeve: Measure from the shoulder edge to sleeve hem
Rise: Measure from the distance from the middle of the crotch seam (right between your legs) to the top of the waistband
Length: Measure from the high point of your shoulders and straight down to the hem