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Furoshiki with NAWMA

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Furoshiki is the traditional Japanese art of wrapping gifts in fabric. 

As well as looking beautiful, it's a sustainable alternative to single-use wrapping paper. 

Furoshiki can save you money and help you to avoid waste, no string or sticky tape required (and your friends and family will love the gorgeous gifts they receive).

Join us this Plastic Free July as we welcome NAWMA to the Civic Centre for this free hands-on workshop. Amy will show us some Furoshiki techniques. The workshop is free and all equipment is provided. 

This event is intended for an adult audience and is not suitable for children. Bookings are essential. 

This event is proudly part of LibrariesSA's Firstival.

Learn more at firstival.com.au


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