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Make your own Kokedama


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Description

Kokedama (苔玉, in English, literally "moss ball")

Learn to make your own version of this popular Japanese gardening technique.

Everything is provided – including table coverings, this activity resembles making mud pies at times so don’t wear your best clothes!

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What you will learn
  • How to make your own kokedama
  • What materials to use and how to assemble them
What you will get
  • Two complete small/medium kokedama to take home
  • You can leave all the mess behind!

What to bring
  • Everything is provided. If you have a particular plant that you would like to bring along you are welcome to.
What to wear

This class is messy so wear old clothes and leave the costume jewellery rings at home!

Appropriate for

People who want to walk away with a finished product leaving the mess behind!


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A Good Place to Start

Vendor since 2017

Are you looking for a fun, social, relaxed way to learn a new skill? Are you resisting the idea that beautiful skilled handcrafts may disappear within a generation?

A Good Place To Start provides workshops with the time, space, materials and instruction to allow you to indulge your creativity while sharing good food and conversation with kindred spirits.

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Julie

27 November 2018 • Make your own Kokedama

I really enjoyed the kokedama making session. The teacher was helpful and good fun. And it was a small and fun filled group. Well organised. And love the plants that I made.

Amanda

03 September 2018 • Make your own Kokedama

Bindi was delightful; guiding us through the construction of the kokedamas. We all took home 2 beautiful pieces. Each of us felt we could then go on and make more if we wished. It was a lovely afternoon. Thanks Bindi.