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Making Japanese Furoshiki on 12th Feb

Making Japanese Furoshiki Wrapping Fabric with Emi Fujisawa

  • Ended
  • 65 British pounds
  • Stable Street

Service Description

Furoshiki is the Japanese traditional wrapping cloth, eco friendly wrapping gift and carry items or decoration. It can be sustainably used in many ways. Beautiful Freak Fashion Lab artist Emi Fujisawa will take you to an exciting journey to explore the authentic beauty of Japnese craftsmanship. 【Address】 Kiosk N1C 108 Lower Stable Street Coal Drops Yard N1C 4DQ 【Schedule】 1. Introduction of workshop (15min) 2. Designing, making furoshiki and apply the rice glue on it (1.30 hour) 3. Matcha Tea break – let rice glue dry (30min) 4. Dye the furoshiki with the indigo vat. (30min) *You can take your furoshiki in the plastic bag and dry it in your house. 【Features】 - Katazome ; Japanese stencil print using handmade rice glue - Cutting your own design using craft knife - Indigo dye

Contact Details

  • 108 Stable Street, London, UK


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