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Make your own Mini Monster Toy!

Turn your favorite monster into a Mini Pocket Toy! In this workshop you will learn the basic techniques of needle felting. Learn how to turn your drawing into a cute little 3D object. This workshop is about: how to make felt & fleece collectible toys (without sewing machine) that are super cute, sustainable and fun! These little handmade toys will help you discover & unleash your unlimited creative potential.

This hands-on workshop takes us back in time when toys were hand-sewn from textiles and new characters were born from things around us. We will translate a sketch into a textile toy. Anyone with love or curiosity for craft & toy making, above the age of 6 years, is welcome! 

This workshop is for Organizations, Design Institutes, Schools, Online platforms for kids and adults who want to re-live their childhood.

In the past we have conducted this workshop for Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India for children pan India, UID Karnavati University for design students and design aspirants, Bal-bhavan children's activity center, Wishfunda online workshop host and many others.

How to Organize ?

Collaborators can get in touch with us! We will send you the list of materials which is required, duration, fees and the pre-requisites. 


Online Workshop 

Suhasini Paul was invited by IBEF, Department of commerce, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India to conduct toy making workshop for children nationwide. Owing to the pandemic situation kids made toys using the discarded clothes at home.

We could imbibe the importance of up-cycling to them.

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Happy Participants!

Mini Monster Toys Created by Participants


Offline Workshop 


Suhasini Paul explaining participants how to make a Mini Monster Toy


Mini Monster Toy workshop in progress.


UID faculty Lisa participated in the workshop.


Happy Participant wearing her creation


Youngest participant from Columbia!

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