Materials saved from the landfill:
burlap coffee bags, t-shirts
Skills you’ll learn:
wrapping burlap + t-shirt yarn, plant care
The word kokedama literally means ‘moss ball’ in Japanese and is an ancient form of plant display. In this class you will learn how to adapt this technique to green up your indoor space. Use discarded burlap coffee bags and t-shirts to create a wrap for your plant. This class will cover the various types of indoor plants, soil, wraps and ties used to create these little green friends. Maintenance and care for your kokedama will also be discussed, as well as propogating succulents. Plan to create a pair of kokedama planters for your home!
This is a live virtual class that will be conducted via Zoom. Material kits are provided for this craft (soil, burlap, t-shirt yarn, 2 plants), and can be picked up on Thursday, September 17 or Friday, September 18 from 11a-5pm. Email email@example.com if you need to pickup outside of this range. You will need to provide water, a bowl or bucket for mixing, and scissors.