Japanese-Style Notebook Workshop

Erica Vaskevicius

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Jan 11, 2020 - Jan 12, 2020
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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In this weekend workshop explore using three traditional Japanese methods to design and construct a hand-stitched, dip-dyed notebook. Designer/Maker, Erica Vaskevicius will introduce you to orizome, the technique of intricately folding and dyeing paper as well as moku hanga, to create a woodblock printed image. Afterwards, combine your dyed paper, printed image and washi (Japanese paper) into a notebook by learning how to bind the pages using the Japanese stab binding technique of yotsume toji. At the end of the two days you will leave with a beautifully bound notebook demonstrating your skills.

*No experience necessary. Washi, linen fabric and thread will be provided. Participants may also bring a small selection of specialty papers, scraps of fabric, or embroidery thread they would like to use.

1 Weekend (Saturday & Sunday)
Erica Vaskevicius
Maximum 10 participants

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