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WORKSHOPS

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Hip bags sewing workshop

Olga Salamon

On Wednesday 3rd of March we organized a hip bag sewing workshop, great creative atmosphere and lots of fun.

Hip bags are a perfect match between functionality and unique fashion style. You can wear them at the festivals while travelling or in your daily life. The simple and handy design makes them adaptable to your individual style and preferences by choosing your favourite patterns.

This is what we learned:

On the workshop, we learned how to design your own bag, choose textiles, make a sketch and work with a sewing machine. You don't need to have previous experience in sewing to create your own hip bag. Don't be afraid if you never before use a sewing machine, we will teach you that sewing can be just fun!

Check out some fotos, stay tuned about the upcoming events!

Creative puppet making workshop

Olga Salamon

In the collaboration with LWD Amsterdam group we organized another fun workshop in our shop.

In our upcoming puppet design workshop, we're going to use our imagination, creativity and craftsmanship to create personalized puppet creations with puppet-maker and owner of Salamon design shop, Olga Salamon.
Along with creating puppet characters, we will enjoy  wine, snacks and new friends (both real and stuffed).

WHEN
Thursday, March 7th
Starting at 19:00 
(please be on time)

WHERE
Salamon Art & Design
Rozengracht 75,
1016LT  Amsterdam

Stay tuned for more events coming up in Salamon Art & Design!

WHAT IS LWD?

An initiative by Jessica Walsh, Ladies, Wine & Design was born from the question: why do so few female creative directors exist in this modern age and how can we resolve this? Her solution was to create a local community of female creatives to support, grow and inspire one another. The idea has spread globally including to the creative hub of Amsterdam where it is lead by Maria Walnut, Bea Wagner and Valentina Jacks. In a little over a year, the community has grown from 6 ladies sitting in a living room to 300 active members and monthly events consisting of speakers, workshops, discussions and beyond.