BeeKeeper Custom Workshop - Wed 14/11/2018 6-8pm
***PLEASE READ BEFORE BOOKING***
All custom workshop pieces/orders completed by Nov 15th will mean an expected delivery date of Nov 30th 2018. Way before Christmas :) What a special gift for someone special.
- The cost of our custom workshops are $50, plus the price of whatever product you choose to make. Therefore, if you choose to make a mini-royal backpack ($109) the total cost would be $109+$50 = $159. The $50 workshop fee is paid once this order is made. The remainder is paid after your workshop session.
- All our workshops are conducted above our shop at 422 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy.
- What the workshop fee of $50 help cover. Apart from giving you design and personalisation control of your very own bag, this cost covers the extra time and work required by our staff to make your bag, covers the extra transportation cost and gives you access to exclusive, high quality, designer fabric donated to us from various beautiful sources.
Learn about the process of making and constructing our bags. Which will be your bag ;) And also a bit more about our story.
You may also choose to bring in your own fabric to use to customise your bag. If this fabric/clothing has meaning to you then even better! You will need approximately 1.5m X 2m. But you can combine things together.
But of course you will have access to our supply of designer fabric for you to choose from if you don't have any fabrics! Some of these fabrics that have been donated are very expensive. You can mix and match :)
Don’t forget that every workshop you do will also purchase a full school uniform for one of our students in rural Cambodia. So you receive an incredible unique item, and a child receives a beautiful uniform at no extra cost to you.
- Your Beekeeper Parade item will also help reduce fashion and textile waste.
If you wish to just choose the fabrics you would like made and not cut or chalk your bag, that is also okay. We will do it for you.
No sewing in this workshop :) Making a BeeKeeper bag is really difficult. That would be an advanced class workshop ;)