How To: Wrap Items with a Furoshiki Cloth

How To: Wrap Items with a Furoshiki Cloth

Cambria Bold
Apr 2, 2009

This would be such a great skill to master. Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth, and the possibilities are endless! This video gets into a few of them, including how to wrap bottles, chocolates, and books — our favorite example. The end result was so cool. You can use, reuse, and reuse again...

You can purchase Furoshiki cloths through Etsy (here and here are some options). Ebay also has some options. You could also make your own with your favorite fabric. Check out DIY Life for a host of articles about Furoshiki.

Video of Furoshiki gift wrapping from RecycleNow on Vimeo

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