Kinta Craft Trail

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Kinta Craft Trail
Angry Birds by a student from Fun Craft & Art

The first Kinta Craft Trail was held for two days over a recent weekend with the objective of bringing together crafters in and around Ipoh. At a glance, there were about 20 crafters, who displayed their creative work, which were also put on sale. Some of them hold classes like glass painting, clay art, soap making, knitting, etc.

Kinta Craft Trail
witch in the night

Kinta Craft Trail
doggie clock

This organiser, Dolly Quah, from Shabby Rose Cottage, who specialises in decorative and folk art painting, felt the need for such a platform for Ipoh crafters who thus far, have had to travel to cities like Kuala Lumpur, to promote their craft.

Kinta Craft Trail
doggieland

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7 thoughts on “Kinta Craft Trail

  1. Hi Emily, it’s me again, Ck from @Kampus. Im publishing your article “Kinta Craft Trail” in @Kampus, is it ok for you? Of course you will be given credit. =)

  2. Thanks Emily for that useful information. But currently we are not in touch with them. Is it possible to provide me with their contact so that I can discuss with them and see how it goes? Thanks lot.

  3. Do you have any classes at IPoh for soap makking? I am very interested. If you have any, kindly email to me when. Thanks.

  4. I saw a booth selling handmade soap at Kinta Craft Trail but I do not have the business card of the proprietor. Perhaps you can call Dolly Quah at 016-5516018 for the information. She organised the event. Good luck!

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