Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 September 2022, Bojagi with Youngmin Lee
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16:00 - 19:00 BST (British Summer Time)
Hosted on Zoom by Youngmin Lee
Youngmin has been reviving the ancient craft of Jogakbo, a form of patchwork Bojagi made with leftover remnants of fabric and Saeksilnubi, Korean quilting, since moving to San Francisco in 1996. Youngmin’s work have been exhibited and collected throughout the United States and abroad. The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco has her work in the museum collection. In 2020, one of her works, ‘Remnants of Memory’ was included in ‘De Young Open’ a juried community art exhibition by the De Young Museum in San Francisco.
In 2017, she founded the Korean Textile Tour to introduce Korean traditional textile art and culture. She leads this tour annually and travels with textile enthusiasts to learn textile traditions in Korea.
Outline of the workshop
Using Korean traditional techniques such as Gamchimjil and Settam Sangchim, Youngmin will teach basic Jogakbo construction. Bojagi construction involves relaxing and mindful hand stitching. During the workshop, Youngmin will show you how to use many small pieces of fabrics to create a geometric pattern or free form Bojagi. Youngmin will also discuss different designs and colour choices.
This workshop is a hand sewing class.
A material pack will be sent to participants prior to the workshop containing:
- Assorted Sukgosa (Korean silk gauze)
- A needle
- Silk thread
- Instructions (PDF) and the link to a video resource (sent via email)
Additional material list (not provided)
- Grid quilting rulers
- Fabric scissors
- Hera marker, bone folder or craft awl
- Iron and ironing board
- Basic sewing tools such as needles (optional)
- Thread (50wt cotton or 50wt silk)
- Pins (optional)
Optional materials - cutting mat, rotary cutter, threader, lamp, magnifying glass.
Please note: material packs are shipped on an insured, trackable delivery service. Any customs duties, delays, lost or undeliverable packs are the responsibility of the customer. Once a material pack leaves the workshop tutors' hands with a tracking number, the seller has no further obligation to the buyer.
Workshop Cancellation Policy
All places reserved on workshops are non refundable, however, if you let us know you are not able to make a workshop you have booked at least two weeks prior to the event, we will offer a credit note.
If you require additional information about this workshop please contact Catherine Harris, email@example.com.