If you’re in the San Francisco area, you might want to check out the Museum of Craft and Folk Art. Now through late October, they have on display an exhibit titled, “Wrapping Traditions: Korean Textiles Now.”
The exhibit features bojaki (보자기, pronounced bojahkee), which is a traditional Korean patchwork, and includes the work of 66 artists from around the world.
On Aug. 13, you can make your own patchwork wrapping cloth and even receive guides to help you make more patchwork at home.
You can learn more about the exhibit at the museum’s web site: www.mocfa.org/exhibitions/index.htm.