Festive Furoshiki – Print and Wrap


Thurs 1 December

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Thursday 1 December
10am – 2pm

Join us for a festive day of block printing using natural inks and sustainable fabrics to create a collection of alternative eco-friendly wraps, perfect for Christmas! Furoshiki are painted or printed wrapping cloths traditionally used as informal gift wrapping in Japan. This ancient craft has seen a recent revival as we all look towards more sustainable ways of living, and meaningful gifting. Use pre-cut patterned blocks with festive shapes to explore repeat printing, then design and cut your own motif to print with. You’ll come away from your eco printed textiles workshop with an understanding of the printing process and materials, and a set of  printed wraps that you can use as an eco alternative to gift wrap this Christmas.

Your Tutor

Sarah Diver Lang is a designer maker with over a decade’s experience teaching and exhibiting in Scotland. She is a socially focussed artist; working with others to create positive solutions and interventions within our communities. Sarah is a past scholar of the prestigious Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust, and a fellow of Glasgow Heritage Environment Trust.


  • All tools and materials are included in the course cost
  • Tea and coffee are provided but participants should bring their own lunch and utensils
  • All of our classes are suitable for over 16s, younger crafters may be accommodated if accompanied by a participating adult but please contact us before booking
  • If the workshop you were looking at is fully booked drop us an email and we’ll add you to the waiting list. As restrictions ease we might be able to add more spaces to some of our courses. We will add extra dates to our most popular workshops too, join the mailing list to be the first to know

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