That’s how their journeys begin
In 2016, I was invited by the Woolmark Company to run a workshop in Hong Kong. Passionate about cheongsam, determine to promote both my techniques and style but constrained by the 3 hours allowed to me by Woolmark, I took the decision to miniaturise the process by using a doll as my model. From this, the Little Ones concept was born.
Over the years, Little Ones have travelled around the world to attend seminars, take part in workshops, deliver talks and participate in events. They have been involved in many projects that advocate environmental protection and women empowerment. Some of the meaningful events include teaching the underprivileged and marginalised women to develop felting and dyeing skills and making use of scrap fabric materials to create products that they can sell to generate income.