What's on | Kiama Library Furoshiki Fabric Wrapping Workshop, October 17

FUROSHIKI EXAMPLE: Cloths to wrap up some of the more delicate items for delivery. Picture: Kim Love
FUROSHIKI EXAMPLE: Cloths to wrap up some of the more delicate items for delivery. Picture: Kim Love

Do you want to learn how to wrap your presents using the environmentally friendly art of furoshiki? 

Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cloth that is used for wrapping, storing and carrying clothes, gifts or other items.

Fruit, bottles and lunch boxes can all be elegantly wrapped using simple techniques.

Join Sydney artist Yoshie Kumagai from 12.45pm Wednesday 17 October at Kiama Library for a workshop that will cover the origin of furoshiki, the different sizes and designs, and how furoshiki are being used in recent times.

Cost: $10 per person.

Who can participate: People aged 15 and over.

To book: Head to the library in person and flag your interest or contact (02) 4233 1133.

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