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Join Molly de Vries and pick up some new holiday tricks with a green conscience. She shows us how to make a festive fabric garland from attractive scraps, then shows a furoshiki fabric gift wrapping technique. Molly is a sustainable textiles maven and creator of Ambatalia “The Fabric Society.” Molly recently closed her retail shop in Mill Valley, CA, but you can find her on her blog and etsy shop. She’s even working an underground shop in her home studio for by-appointment shopping, special resourcing, and custom work.
From the pages of CRAFT, Vol. 9:
“Furoshiki Fabric Folding,” by Jimmy Ho, pgs 76-77. Preview the article in our Digital Edition.
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