Japanese Tsumami Zaiku with Kumi Clayton
Start your Christmas decorations or make a simple flower - it so relaxing, a great way to spend a few hours while you learn a new and versatile skill.
Tsumami Zaiku is a traditional Japanese craft made from small, square-cut pieces of cloth (usually Chirimen) that is pinched and folded with tweezers. It originated about 200 years ago during the Edo period.
Skill Level: No experience necessary.
No of participants: 4
Course length: 2.5 hours (1.30 - 4.00 pm)
Location: Crumbz Craft, 236 Maroondah Hwy, Healesville Vic 3777
Teacher: Kumi Clayton Kumi is from Japan and has been fascinated with Kimono fabric since she was a small child. She loves sharing her knowledge of Japanese fabric and the art of Tsumami Zaiku.
Fee Notes: Materials are not included, however starter packs will be available for purchase.