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Young people create colourful bags as part of textile workshop

PUBLISHED: 15:20 05 September 2012

Sydney Collett, Eyram Kiakia, Carol Minto & Yewande Olarewaju make bags at the fashion workshop

Sydney Collett, Eyram Kiakia, Carol Minto & Yewande Olarewaju make bags at the fashion workshop

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The sewing machines were out as young people learned how to make their own colourful cotton shopping bags.

Studio 3 Arts, at the Malthouse in Abbey Road, Barking, held a five day textile workshop for secondary school pupils last week.

The youngsters were asked to make a cotton shopping bag using cloth and a sewing machine and added their own personal touches.

Studio 3 Arts, a charitable arts organisation that delivers visual, digital and performing arts programmes to young people, held the workshop as part of the Summer’s Sorted programme.


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