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Furoshiki: Gift Wrapping with Fabric

Join Laurie for hot cider and cookies and learn the Japanese way of wrapping gifts with fabric, called Furoshiki. Bring a friend or make some new ones. 
This eco-friendly solution to gift wrapping is a Japanese tradition; cloth wrapping can be used over and over.  Learn 4 Furoshiki wrapping styles. Each participant will take home 3 cotton wrapping cloths, a Small, Medium, and Large in Holiday- themed or neutral fabrics.

Materials: Scissors, rotary cutter, 3 rubber bands or hair binders, ribbons and decorative items for your packages, a book and a few smallish boxes for wrapping practice. 
Saturday, Dec. 2, 10:30am - 12:30 
$40 - Includes  3 cotton wraps 

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details:
Requirements: Scissors, rotary cutter and mat, ruler, pencil, rubber bands or stretchy hair binders, glue stick, books or boxes of different sizes for practice wrapping.
Instructor: Laurie Bushbaum
This includes 3 pre-cut cotton wraps

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