Shibori Furoshiki

Friday December 1

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6:00 PM  –  8:00 PM


Instructor: Tiffany Knopow

Did you know that most wrapping paper is coated in plastic which makes it impossible to recycle? Furoshiki is a cloth used to wrap gifts in Japan and is both reusable and beautiful. This fabric can be used to tie packages to put under your tree without sacrificing that festive spirit! Shibori dye is traditionally an indigo dye technique used in Japan, other colors will be available so you can customize your furoshiki. 

Students will be provided two square fabrics to practice the techniques and can bring their own pre-cut fabric (must be lighter in color and 100% cotton) to dye as well.


Online sales end two days prior to class due to supply needs for the instructors, please call the Museums (262-653-4140) to inquire if registrations are still available.


Cancellations and Refunds


*A full refund will be issued if the Kenosha Public Museum, Dinosaur Discovery Museum, or Civil War Museum cancels a workshop or camp.

*All refunds requested within 72 hours of the program are subject to a $10 processing fee.

*No refunds are offered on or after the day a workshop or camp begins.

*Class cancellations can happen if enrollment minimums are not met two days prior to the event. You will be contacted via phone or email if your event is canceled.


If unforeseen circumstances (i.e. weather, power outages, instructor illness) occur within 72 hours of the workshop or camp and the program must be canceled, the museum will do its best to reschedule or provide a voucher to take a program of a similar or same cost.