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Japanese Kimekomi Pumpkin (Fabric Balls)


Kimekomi is a technique where a pattern is drawn and then cut onto a surface, such as a soft wood or smooth foam. Fabric is then placed over the pattern and tucked into the cuts.

Kimekomi was developed in the 18th century in Japan as a doll making technique. Kimekomi literally means “to tuck into a groove”. The technique has been passed down through the generations and somewhere along the way someone started making kimekomi balls. With the modern invention of polystyrene foam and the easy access to materials, kimekomi is no longer limited to Japanese artisans.


Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details:
Materials Included: all materials included
Requirements: A pair of scissors and lunch.
Instructor: Bettie Rowe
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