Azuma bukuro

Great dollar store finds led me to the wonder of tenugui magic!

Tenugui is Japanese for “washcloth” and can be of many uses. From hand towels to norens to interior decorations (they sometimes come in intricate and sophisticated designs worthy of hanging in the living room).

I have previously wrote on azuma bags in my previous weekend project but this time, I found an easier way to make one…with tenugui! With a little bit of origami folding tricks, there’s no need to cut anything.

phdcafé is producing these bags to raise funds for Tedzukuri, a Sweet Angel Angie Project event that offers free arts&crafts workshop for young people in Guimaras Island scheduled September this year. If you want to help us raise funds, volunteer, or if there is anything else, leave us a message in the Contact page.

~ヾ(^∇^) Happy brewing!

-Louie

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