Big sisters acquire knowledge and skills in Modern Batik Art

Big sister creating patterns and designs
Big sister creating patterns and designs
Big sister creating patterns and designs
Big sister creating patterns and disgns
Four big sisters were privileged to be trained on Modern Batik Art which involves applying wax and dye to fabrics to create modern traditional patterns and designs. Director David Kibuuka from Canada took the ladies through the beginner and intermediate training lasting one week and girls learnt how to create their own patterns and designs that can be applied to local fabrics. The designs can be refined, produced and marketed world-wide as finished products to fashion and interior designers. The fabrics can also be used to make products such as clothing, accessories and other home products that can be sold both locally and internationally. The course shall be completed in September when the trainer returns to Uganda.
The big sisters are planning to pass on these skills to other big and small sisters during the forth-coming students’ camp in May. In the long run, the big sisters hope to turn these skills in to big sisters’ project to generate income for their activities.
Big sister creating patterns and disgns
Big sister creating patterns and designs
Complete patterns and designs
Big sister creating patterns and designs
Complete patterns and designs