Learn the art of beautiful, waste-free gift wrapping

Nov 27 2019 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
St. Matthew’s United Church, 729 St. Clair W (one block west of Christie, enter from Rushton).

No scissors, no tape, no paper, no waste – come and join us for a fun evening of Furoshiki, the Japanese art of gift-wrapping with cloth. It’s green, it’s easy, and the wrapping is part of the gift!
Learn how to wrap gifts with cloth the Japanese way by watching our instructor, Sophi Robertson, in live action. Or do you enjoy DIY? If so, bring along a square of cloth (20” or larger) and a small book and/or (empty) wine bottle and give cloth wrapping a try.

Get ready for an informative and crafty evening of fun!
Instructor: Sophie Robertson:
Sophi is Zero Waste Event Coordinator for the Toronto Tool Library, and recently completed a term as Environmentalist-in-Residence at Toronto Public Library. She has been featured in CBC’s Marketplace, The National, CTV's The Social, The Toronto Star and The Globe and Mail. You can find her on Instagram @YourEcoFriend, where she shares her tips and tricks for eco-friendly living.
Keen to do more than waste-free wrapping? If so, you are in luck. Sophi is coordinating the annual Holiday Gift Swap on Dec 15th 10-3pm at the Toronto Tool Library. Why buy gifts when you can swap for that special someone instead?