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nifty quilts: Bojagi by Chunghie Lee

One of the highlights of being in NYC was getting to spend a day with Helen . She came all the way from Long Island to attend the .

Reverse side of a Chogakpo pojagi, made in the home for home use. via Sri threads

i fell in love with Korean textiles when i went there.so glad to see some of these!

subtle design on Korean pojagi (hand stiched wrapping cloth sewn from scraps of rami and hemp)- (threads.srithreads)

workman: lapappadolce: (via A Cascade of Korean Pojagi: Playing with Light

Korean Bojagi - a scarf / cloth used in wrapping gifts. I think this one would look beautiful framed!

Korean Bojagi - a scarf / cloth used in wrapping gifts. I think this one would look beautiful framed!

Loomfly: Korean patchwork/jogakbo "Each patch and stitch added by the maker was like a prayer of good will that would enfold and carry the gift. Women adapted chogak po for clothing, sometimes combined with quilting, to "wrap" and dress their loved ones. Many surviving patchwork wrapping cloths from the Chosŏn period have never been used, attesting to their preservation as reminders of the affection and blessing of their maker."

Loomfly: Korean patchwork/jogakbo Hanbok made out of traditional Korean patchwork.

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