When was the last time you learn a new skill? Back in your school or college days? Even if you are already in the working world, you can always find time to hone different skills like painting, carving or knitting. Here are the Top 10 Art & Craft Workshops in KL and Selangor that you might want to sign up for.
1) Art & Bonding
Creating a piece of artwork is more than just a self-expression. Art also helps to bring people together and that certainly rings true for Art & Bonding at Desa Sri Hartamas. The staffs are known to be both friendly and helpful, meaning you don’t have to worry even if you have no painting skills. Their “Sip & Paint Night” is particularly a must-try session if you are a first-timer. Imagine the joy of painting while chilling over a glass of wine. Now, that’s the kind of session you don’t want to miss.
2) The Artsy Craftsy
Looking for more varieties to help unleash your inner creativity? Then, you might want to check out The Artsy Craftsy at Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam. Learn batik painting, wood carving, stone doodling or even fabric transprinting — they basically have them all and other workshops to choose from. Check out the website below to find out more about their sessions.
3) Crochet My Hobby
The name of this workshop says it all. If you love crocheting, this would be the place to be. Crocheting a blouse? Weaving a basket? Or perhaps knitting a small Japanese stuffed toy popularly known as amigurumi? Here’s your chance to do so! Besides, did you know that learning how to crochet helps to relieve stress and also able to bring you a positive form of self-satisfaction?
4) My Weekend Plan
Let’s face it, most of us have only one weekend (typically Saturdays and Sundays) to unwind before we start another brand new work week. Enter My Weekend Plan, a place that offers various short-term classes to make your weekend more exciting and productive at the same time. You can learn a lot of things here like photography, flower arrangement, make-up, hand embroidery and even basic Mandarin course. My Weekend Plan also offers a chance for those who want to become a teacher instead. Click here for more info or send your enquiry at firstname.lastname@example.org
Crafting your own leather notebook, exploring brush calligraphy, making your own necklace and earrings — you name it, DIYKL has them all covered to broaden your learning experience. Just keep an eye on their Facebook page about their various workshops from time to time. If you are looking for a unique gift, they also offer personalised and handcrafted items like leather keychains, card holders and hoop earrings.
6) Coralc Atelier Co
Founded by Jessica Tan in 2014, Coralc Atelier offers everything related to leather. Looking to learn how to craft accessories like leather wallet or notebook? They got plenty of workshops to offer every month. You can also purchase some of their products here such as zipper pouches and ring planners, which are all handmade locally using 100% real leather materials. Check out their website below to find out more or call 012-330 9626.
Love crocheting, sketching, carving or doodling? Stickerrific offers plenty of such workshops to hone your skills and creativity. They also stocked a wide range of art materials such as brush pens, calligraphy inks and watercolour pads. You can choose to purchase their items in-store at Jaya One or shop online in the comfort of your home.
8) Black Milk Project
Don’t be fooled by the name. It has nothing to do with any milk or dairy products. Instead, it happens to be a cute yet whimsical name that sells quirky products like rompers, graphic tees and plush pillows. That’s Black Milk Project, which was initiated by art director-turned-entrepreneur Wei Tieng. Looking to learn the likes of watercolour, sketching or embroidery stitching techniques? You will find plenty of them here at Black Milk Project’s range of workshops.
9) Craft at No. 7
Craft at No. 7 was founded by Mavic Tan, a UK-trained painter and also an expert in silkscreen printing. So, if you are interested to learn every nook and cranny about silkscreen printing, this is a place to be. You get to master all necessary technical details like ink mixing, screen processing and image exposure. Not into silkscreen printing? You can opt for other workshops such as floral embroidery, pen calligraphy and clay jewellery-making. Finally, Craft at No. 7 also provides a co-working space for rental on weekdays. Click here for more info.
10) Life’n Craft
Always dreamt of crafting your own handmade product? At Life’n Craft, you can choose how to sew accessories like a coin purse, handbag and tote bag. Other workshops to look forward to includes DIY rubber stamping, felt making and even learn how to craft a cute sock doll. Call 011-1669 7011 for more info or visit their premise at Jalan Temenggung 27/9 at Bandar Mahkota Cheras, Selangor.
That’s not all! More Top 10s in Malaysia are waiting to be discovered!
The compilation of this list was made from accumulation of Public Votes at TallyPress.com.