Jogakbo | Korean patchwork

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I wanted to share with you all the wonderful art of jogakbo.  Korean traditional patchwork dates back centuries, jogakbo is made of pieces of salvaged fabrics used to make Hanbok (traditional Korean dress)We at the London Modern Quilt Guild have been given the chance to learn this technique at the Korean Cultural Centre here in London.

korean patchwork | jogakboimage source

This class is for everyone at LMQG who is interested.  It’s a 10 weeks course for beginners held from 10th September to 12th November, 18:30 to 20:30.  The class size is limited to 10 students for beginner’s course.  Every thing is 100% hand sewn in class, working with 100% Korean silk fabric and silk thread.  There is a Facebook page of the Jogakbo class and you can see the examples of Jogakbo projects.
 
The class is FREE for everybody but the material fee will be charged from £3 – 7, depending on the project.  If you are interested in joining the class, click here and send an application form to Korean Cultural Centre by 1st Sep. 2014. The application form is attached on the site. 
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