Tzu Cheng/Yi Te Office, Jieren Campus
Do you want to add a little decoration to your workstation?
Do you want to organize your ever-messy desk?
Let’s make a pencil holder, so you can tidy up your desk and concentrate on your study.
The speaker, Mother I-Ping, was a Yi-Te mother who accompanied the 2014 class of Children Development and Family Studies.
Proficient in needlework, Mother i-Ping have created a wide variety of delicate cloth products that are loved by many. In her handcraft class on 10/01, she will be teaching you how to sow a pencil holder that is easy to learn and simple to master even for beginners. By the end of the class, you will have a pencil holder created by your very own hands!
The unique sensation of needlework is only available to those who engage in the handcraft, so apply now!
Lin I-Ping (Yi-Te mother, the 2014 class of Children Development and Family Studies)
Lin Shu-E (Yi-Te mother, the 2014 class of Children Development and Family Studies)
Organised by: Office of Humanitarianism
Date & Time: October 1, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Admission: Free. RSVP at https://myinfo.tcu.edu.tw, or contact Ms. Tian
Type of Activity: Making a pencil holder
Audience: Faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends
Contact: Ms. Tian Shu-Qin, (03)856-5301 #1544