Monday, July 11, 2011

Bojagi, bojaki, pojagi, pojaki

The Museum of Craft and Folk Art in San Francisco tips their hat to Korean bojagi.  In their exhibit running from June 17 through October 22, 2011, MOCF examines the traditional Korean wrapping cloths and modern day reinterpretations of the folk art.  Be Tinged by Ji-Young Lee combines a patchwork bojagi with embroidery.

Speaking of, here's a lovely bojagi-inspired scarf by glowdecor on Esty.