Reprise Ribbon Lei Workshop And With More Color
Lynn Tabuchi out did herself with the this second Ribbon Lei-making workshop. This time those participating in this umbrella ministry workshop, had wonderful brilliant colors and ribbon textures to chose from. What was not to like? Lynn provided a lovely lunch of chicken teriyaki, salads, musubi, inari sushi prior to the start and Dale Sasaki capped off the meal with a to die-for pound cake. People commented…"Naaaah, Mary baked it right?” So fresh, it was toasty along the edges, and soft and moist inside. Yummy! It was all delicious. Now that our palates and stomach were sated, our eyes grew wide with the colors we could chose for our ribbon-lei project as Lynn taught us all the how tos...
Karen Miller and Anne Saito teamed up to figure out the instructions together. It was a very relational gathering.
Judie Kanemoto sought help from Carmen Cook organizing her ribbon for the project.
Rose Kitagawa and Flo Oishi made a good team.
Lynn teaches her charges how to end the lei by making a bow.
Dale Sasaki shows off his pound cake to Shelley Nakashima and Patsy Utsumi.
Here’s Lynn explaining how these Leis would be done to15 o4 16 people who participated in this workshop.
Shelley Nakashima helps Harriet Kitagawa begin stitching her blue and white lei.
Posted in Newsletter 2023-09-21