6 Ways To Use a Furoshiki Cloth

6 Ways To Use a Furoshiki Cloth

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Sep 21, 2010

Furoshiki ("bath spread") are a multi-use wonder. These traditional Japanese square cloths are a great way to bundle or wrap pretty much anything—gifts, food, babies—but their uses extend even beyond that. Here are 6 different ways you can use one cloth:

1 Wrap a gift:
2 Bundle a wine bottle or picnic lunch.
3 Tie a scarf around your neck.
4 Turn it into a daytime carry-all bag.
5 Use it as a tablecloth.
6 Hang it on your wall.

If you want to buy your own furoshiki cloth (either an authentic Japanese version, or else a large piece of patterned fabric), check out these sellers:

Chewing the Cud
Furoshiki on Etsy
Jun Gifts

Related Link: How to Wrap Items with a Furoshiki Cloth

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