About the Workshop
Learn to wrap gifts with Bojagi cloths and support mothers in Ukraine ! All of us Chai sisters are mothers, and as we approach Mother's Day our thoughts are especially with the mothers, women and children of the war in Ukraine. This crisis has created such a devastation and let's #StandWithUkraine together! A portion of the proceeds will be donated to UN Women USA, an official 501-c3 non-profit organization. Register now!
In this 90-min in-person class held at the Paris Baguette Bakery/Cafe in Dublin, CA, your instructor will personally teach the five (5) different methods of Bojagi art . You will be provided with 3 sets of Bojagi cloths along with tools to complete these various wraps, all for you to keep and use for the Mother's Day gifts! Coffee and delicious pastry from the Paris Baguette provided. Let's gather, create art, and support women!
Proof of vaccination and masks preferred.
Yunhee is one of our Chai sisters, living in the Bay Area. As a mother of three, she has spent decades learning and experimenting in healthy and eco-friendly methods of living. As a certified Bojagi Art Instructor, she enjoys organic gardening to teaching vegan cooking classes and Korean dessert making workshops. She often creates her own ceramic and art pieces, continuously learning and sharing her knowledge with others.
What is Bojagi [boh-jah-gii] ? Bojagi is a reusable and washable wrapping cloth used for centuries in Korea, creating gorgeous, unique carriers of gifts and objects. Our ancestors used to wrap everyday necessities - from meals, celebratory gift boxes, cakes, wine bottles, beddings to catch-all shoulder bags and many more! One cloth for all! It's a wrap!