Amirah Nabilah Mohd Amrani’s nimble fingers turn flags into patriotic costumes for Merdeka Day.
Amirah Nabilah Mohd Amrani works on a costume made from a Jalur Gemilang ahead of the 62nd Merdeka Day celebrations.
The material is first measured to ensure a perfect fit for her clients.
Attention to detail is what makes Amirah's creations stand out.
Amirah uses a sewing machine and quality thread to ensure that her Jalur Gemilang costumes can be finished on time.
She browses online sites for inspiration for her designs.
Amirah's collection of ready-made Jalur Gemilang costumes.
A traditional Malay headgear known as "tengkolok" is among Amirah's more popular creations.
Amirah fits a "tengkolok" on a young boy at her shop in Seri Kembangan.
Amirah's love for her son keeps her going despite the criticism she sometimes receives for her work.
Amirah's son wears a Jalur Gemilang costume named "Pahlawan". Jalur Gemilang costumes for children are a big hit with many of her customers.
Amira, her son and a young customer pose for a picture in front of her shop in Seri Kembangan. This year alone, she made about 300 costumes for the National Day parade in Putrajaya on Aug 31.