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Guest instructor: Keiko Maeda
Keiko lives in Aomori, Japan and is currently visiting family on Maui. She typically teaches nuno zori classes to local senior centers and cultural events in Aomori.
Nuno zori, or cloth slippers, is the art of putting strips of fabric together into comfortable slippers. With varying styles and designs, the crafty activity also helps upcycle used material, such as old T-shirts.
Keiko's nuno zori are very comfortable and durable. We hope you can learn how so you can make them at home!
Some of us did a "test session" and was able to make ONE slipper only in the timeframe. We might modify the process to accommodate alternative options. We are providing the T-shirt cloth strips and other pre-made parts in the interest of time. But you are free to bring your own colors if you want to!