At Sewing World, we have collaborated and hosted various sewing events. Some of the notable successful events are as below: 

World’s Largest Bag Handstitched By 1,492 participants

We gathered around 1,492 participants to hand-stitch the world’s largest bag by the Guinness World Records in Puchong, Selangor. The bag is made with 2,984 old t-shirts and is about 25 feet long, 17 feet 10 inches high, and has a width of 9 feet 11 inches.

The main objective behind this event is to encourage others to recycle and re-use old items and create something unique. Besides that, it also motivates those in the B40 category they are able to make use of their creativity and earn an income. 


606 Participants Sewing At The Same Time Create A Guinness World Records

Putrajaya, 9th April 2016, corresponding to 1st Rejab 1437H - The departure of Her Royal Highness Tengku Puan Pahang Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah, together with 606 participants, in the Mass Batik Sewing Program, simultaneously for 20 minutes, was recognized and recorded in the Guinness World Records. During the same event, Her Royal Highness Tengku Puan Pahang also graciously inaugurated the launch of the National Handicraft Market.

The program was jointly organized by the Ministry of Women, Family, and Community Development (KPWKM), Putrajaya Corporation (PPj), the Creative Sewing Association (PSJK), the Epal Craft Training Center, and Janome Malaysia.

Also present at the event were the wife of the Governor of Sabah, the Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, the Deputy Minister of KPWKM, and a representative from the Guinness World Records.


The Longest Sofa in Malaysia.(Malaysia Book of Records)

The 52.5-meter sofa listed in the Malaysia Book of Records was produced by 200 participants from the Creative Sewing Association (Persatuan Seni Jahitan Kreatif or PSJK) together with the Epal Craft Training Center (Pusat Latihan Kraftangan Epal) and inmates from the Seberang Perai Prison in Penang.

The sofa, which was completed in a six-month period, can accommodate 130 to 140 adults. It was made from donated used denim pants contributed by the public.

This exhibition was inaugurated by the Deputy Minister of Women, Family and Community Development, Senator Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun.


The Largest Display of Handmade Fabric Flowers -Guinness World Records

The largest display of handmade fabric flowers is comprised of 63,682 pieces and was achieved by Mostwell Sdn Bhd, Perbadanan Putrajaya, PSJK and Jabatan Penjara Malaysia (all Malaysia), at the Kompleks Perbadanan, Putrajaya, Malaysia, on 3 November 2016.

This record attempt was proposed to develop the union among Malaysians through sewing.


Record collection of handmade bags. (Book Of Malaysia Records)

The 4K (family, career, health and community) Women Empowerment programme has made its way into the Malaysia Book of Records for the collection and display of 8,509 handmade bags.

The custom made bags with various sewing techniques and fabrics were done by 896 tailors nationwide from Persatuan Seni Jahitan Kreatif Malaysia (PSJKM) and are being exhibited at the handmade market

PSJKM chairman Fully Chye Goet Lee said the 4K programme was aimed at encouraging its members to come up with creative ideas to produce handmade products."Carrying the the theme “Masih ada yang sayang”, it provides a platform for women entrepreneurs to start their business with their own products,”she added.


The Tunku Azizah Handmade Market 

The Tunku Azizah Handmade Market (TTAHM) is an online and offline platform where crafters are able to sell their sewing products here. There are at least 200 craft entrepreneurs on this platform where they sell products such as handmade keychains, purses, handbags, and so on. 

The main idea behind the TTAHM is to help those who are in the B40 category such as single mothers, housewives, and the elderly to earn an income with their creative sewing skills.


Back To Nature Program

The primary mission of this Back To Nature Program is to instill a love of nature and promote a sense of eco-consciousness among Malaysians. The program was held in conjunction with Pavillion Bukit Jalil. 

The handmade products use natural dyes obtained from plants and natural resources in fabric production and feature up to 50 booths consisting of housewives, underprivileged individuals, people with disabilities, and the Orang Asli community.