Bojagi with Sara Cook - Jagakbo Workshop Saturday 16th May 2020
Bojagi, sometimes called Pojagi, is a traditional Korean textile art. Centuries old, it was originally textiles made for every day living with scraps of left-over fabrics artfully put together. They often resemble works of modern artists such as Mondrian and Klee. Today, the technique now produces beautiful textiles that are fast influencing textile art in the West, particularly amongst quilters.
On this contemporary Jogakbo workshop you will use a sewing machine to piece beautiful silk organza. Sara will show you how to piece with a choice of seams, a Korean Kkeki seam (triple stitched seam), a French seam, and how to make the Jakssi (a type of prairie point) decoration to include within the work.
Included: All materials, equipment, lunch and cake.
Sara Cook is a textile artist, teacher, and judge who established the Patchwork and Quilting courses at the Brighton Fashion and Textile School. She regularly contributes to articles for magazines, has worked as technical editor for several quilting books, and is a qualified Quilt Judge at the Quilt Festival. She regularly attends the Korean Bojagi Forum in Seoul, where she is having a solo exhibition of her work and giving a lecture.