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Cross-Stitch Keychain Workshop

Published on Monday, March 9, 2020

Cross-Stitch Keychain Workshop

Come and create your own personalised cross-stitch keychain with us. In this workshop, you will learn to interpret and design a simple cross-stitch pattern. Participants are not required to have prior experience and knowledge in sewing. There are books available in the Library for you to borrow and explore further too!

  Event date :   Wednesday, 18th March 2020
  Time :   4.00 pm to 5.30 pm
        Venue :    Learning Studio 1, Library@Central


Please note we will be taking photos at this event. The photos may be used in various communications platforms,
including but not limited to, publications, the ITE website, corporate newsletters and/or Facebook.

This workshop is organised by Club ITE and is open to max 15 pax. Course fee is $2 & will be deducted in the April 2020 payroll. Register by Fri, 13 March 2020 in the email sent out by Club ITE or email to Fitri at noor_fitri_ngaimin@ite.edu.sg if you have enquiries.

Note to Participants: Event Advisory

In view of the novel coronavirus situation, Club ITE would like to share our precautionary measures to safeguard staff’s well-being when attending/participating Club activities/events:

  • We would like to advise those who are unwell not to attend Club ITE activities/events and to seek medical attention promptly.
  • Please observe good personal hygiene and wear a mask if you have respiratory symptoms, such as a cough or runny nose.
  • Staff who are placed on Leave of Absence (LOA), have a recent travel history to China or been in close contact with travellers to or from mainland China in the last 14 days should not attend Club ITE activities/events, and are advised to stay at home.

 Please click here to read more from MOH’s Health Advisory.

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Author: Ismail Sukardi

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