Furoshiki, a Japanese-inspired fabric folding technique, is an eco-friendly and creative way to wrap your holiday gifts this season. It's fun, functional, and easy, and it's the perfect holiday crafternoon project with friends to knock out all that gift wrapping without the guilt of paper and plastic waste.
All materials are included in this come-and-go make-and-take workshop—come and get started anytime, whenever suits your Saturday plans! Bring up to three small items to wrap, or shop the Alliday event and leave with soft, reusable, beautiful gift wrapping.
The stationer/calligrapher duo Laurel & Marie will be on hand to create custom name tags—only the best for the pretty parcels you will create.
This workshop is part of the Saturday Series, a group of come-and-go workshops featuring beginner crafts for under $15.
WHAT: Furoshiki Gift Wrap Come-and-Go Workshop at Alliday
WHERE: Alliday at Retro Den, 1216 S. Harvard Ave.
WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 8, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
No registration for this workshop is required.