Textile holds history and it has a power to initiates conversation about the culture, tradition, time, and memory.
Bojagi, wrapping cloth, is a unique form of Korean textile art. It embodies the philosophy of recycling, as Jogakbo, patchwork bojagi, is made from fabric remnants from other projects. It also carries wishes for the well-being and happiness of its recipients.
Using Korean traditional techniques, Youngmin will teach basic jogakbo techniques and design process in this workshop. Bojagi construction involves slow process of hand stitching, which can be very relaxing and meditative. While working on your bojagi, wish for the happiness and well-being of the recipient of your finished bojagi.
Youngmin’s workshops are hand sewing class unless other notice.
Stuart, FL 34994