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Paper gift bag and Origami workshop

Learn to make colorful ribboned paper gift bags for all occasions. Now you can make your own gift bags at home for that perfect wedding or birthday present!  Also learn basics of origami with a tiny paper dress or shirt.

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Cost: $10/ participant
Register at http://goo.gl/forms/pvKdOV6oUk
Sunday, 12th July, 10.30am-11.15am

Tic Tac Chope – Sewing workshop

Kids Workshop 2 CHOPE! Tissue Holder

Tic-Tac-CHOPE! Tissue Holder (Beginner Level)

11th July, 2pm-3.30pm Register at http://www.sewintoit.com.sg/#!store/c1079

For most Singaporeans, the tissue pack has an additional function other than to clean one’s mouth after a meal: to chope (reserve) seats with. Nowhere else in the world is the tissue pack used for such a purpose except in Singapore. Why not celebrate this unique practice of ours by sewing a distinctive ‘chope already’ tissue holder, where the flip side is a tic-tac-toe grid where you can play the game with your friend while waiting for your food at a kopitiam?

This is a beginner sewing workshop: no prior sewing experience needed. Suitable for children (9 years and above) and adults.

Sewing workshop by Gladys of Hangmade by Gladys

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Particpants will learn how to make a small owlet from precut fabric. End product will be either a pin cushion, paper weight or bag charm (choice of participants). Sizes of owlets will be about 4 or 6cm in height.

11th July, 12.15pm-1.45pm Register
12th July, 11.30am-1.00pm Register

Art Jam with Annabel and Sebastian

Art Jam

Pre register at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1rD9QSsZ6OoHcAFh7XTced94ppcM9b7MacZOHwUvKT3g/viewform?c=0&w=1

Craft in the City – by POPIN

POPIN Craft The City project  sample

11th July, 4pm-7pm
12th July, 3pm-6pm
Free. No pre-registration required.

Craft the City, POPIN’s community art project for 2015, invites everyone to contribute to building a miniature cityscape. The elements in the cityscape could be inspired by real places in our surroundings or from memories. They could also be completely imaginary- a creative take of what you associate with the city or things you hope to see in the city.

There will be craft gatherings open to the public to make little building blocks using a variety of crafttechniques including: painting on wooden blocks, cut¬out cardboard constructions and sewn embellishment on felt blocks. We hope the public will enjoy the slow process of crafting as well as the creativity and interaction that happens during the gatherings.

Yarnbomb Maker Faire Singapore 2015

Learning to crochet, kids learn about creating with yarn, yarnbomb benches and some of the other fixtures. Conducted by YarnbombersSG
Saturday, 11th July, 11am-3pm. Suitable for 12 and above. Pre-register at http://ptix.co/1K3ZPcv

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Tatting Workshop at Maker Faire Singapore 2015

Learn Handmade Lace12th July 2015, 10am-3pm. Please contact uniqcreations4u@gmail.com for details

Little Bits workshop at Maker Faire Singapore

Experience littleBits: small, simple, intuitive magnetic blocks that snap together to create electronic toys and devices that light up, make sound, respond to pressure, and more! Perfect for young makers or anyone looking to make quick prototypes. Free, No pre registration required.

Fast embedded system design with NI myRIO

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This hands-on seminar seeks to familiarize you in the fields of controls, mechatronics, robotics and embedded systems with the new NI myRIO. During this seminar, attendees will physically setup an NI myRIO, write an embedded program in LabVIEW, and visualize the results. Please bring along your own laptop

The exercises show how to leverage graphical programming for stand alone, deterministic systems so you can apply what you learn during this seminar to your own applications.

Strawbees Workshop at Maker Faire Singapore

Since inventing Strawbees, we have discussed it’s true application. First, It’s the best 3D prototyping tool in the world, making sculpturing in 3D and building your own massive toys and structures possible.

But when we see what kids (and grown ups) invent, we are astonished. We have seen two meter high marble runs, cardbord airplanes, dragons, umbrellas, three meter high optimus primes, pinball games, boomerangs, frogs, birds, airplanes, flying kites, bridges and four meter high towers. Science has never been more fun, and when understanding basic physics and mathematics, even bigger constructions are made.

11th July 2015: 5.15pm-6.15pm

12th July 2015: 2.15pm-3.45pm