Paper Club: Kōzo
Experience the beauty of Japanese kōzo. Paper mulberry, or wauke in Hawai‘i, is the same plant used to make Hawaiian kapa and Japanese kōzo. Come prepared to pull beautiful translucent sheets of paper, or shape over armatures of your own making. Instructor will have soaked, cooked and beaten fiber so it will be ready to use. Bring your own pelon so that you can take home damp sheets to keep in the refrigerator to work with over time. Long unbeaten pieces of cooked bark will be available to make lace or netting. Must have completed two introductory classes before participating in the Paper Club. Sign up HERE!
Intro to Papermaking