Itching to pick up a hobby, skill or craft? Look no further!
The Klang Valley gets crafty
The Craft Crowd
Terrariums, clay art, flower bouquet arrangements and more (paired with delicious grub and cupcakes) The Craft Crowd seems to serve up more than just your typical creative workshop. Launched just this year, The Craft Crowd comprises a community of diverse, talented and passionate artistes. And if you're handy in the kitchen (or seeking to be) a gourmet class or two may be up your alley. Head to The Craft Crowd's Facebook page and website for updates.
Inks and Letters
Specialising in pointed pen calligraphy, brush lettering and papercuttting, Inks and Letters entices with its creative, fun and colourful outcomes of youthful penmanship/brushmanship. Offering classes in Malaysia, Singapore and Philippines, Inks and Letters also takes care of the needs of those seeking customised and commissioned works. Fore more info take a look at Inks and Letters' Facebook page or website.
With a shop situated in the heart of Bangsar, Snackfood presents more than just your childhood nostalgia in one setting. A concept brand described as "a collection of happy things" that serve as sweet reminders to appreciate the simple joys in life, Snackfood is the go-to place for those seeking vintage items and products by emerging designers. It was early this year that the shop also launched #TAKEOVERSNACKFOOD, an initiative that shares ideas through workshops, hosting designers and creatives - from quirky terrariums to food styling and photography. Check them out on Facebook and on their website.
Hobby n Coffee
A treat for the creative soul and the coffee lover alike, Hobby n Coffee is a private cafe that not only plays host to regular workshops and classes, it also serves as a venue for private gatherings, activities or events. Learn how to create beautiful Latte art, or get creative with the needle at some iof the regular workshops here. Located in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Hobby n Coffee is closed to the general public, so for more info to get in touch, head to their Facebook page or website.
Kaki DIY takes things a step further by adding more functionality into creative solutions. For those seeking to spice up their home improvement, automotive and crafting skills, this is the place to look at. The options at their workshops are many, from making your own wireless charging dock, to creating a water lily pond, to probably the coolest DIY we've ever seen: making your own mini quadcopter with wooden ice cream sticks (yes, it flies!). Check Kaki DIY out on Facebook and their webpage for more info.