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Ways to wrap furoshiki Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cloth, usually with a beautiful pattern, that is used to wrap bento boxes and other objects for beautiful presentation and easy carrying. Furoshiki have been used for over a thousand years and have become popular outside of Japan in recent years as an eco-friendly alternative to plastic bags and wrapping paper.

All About Furoshiki

Various furoshiki folds. Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth that can be wrapped and tied to create a carrying bag. It's a great way to wrap gifts, and is an eco-friendly alternative to the shopping bag.

DIY Furoshiki Gift Wrap - fun way to wrap a Mother's Day   present.

Holiday How-To: Furoshiki Gift Wrap

DIY How to Furoshiki Gift Wrap. This gift wrap idea can be used not just for the Christmas holiday, but for other special occasions and themes any time of the year. Adorable way to wrap a gift!

Some gifts are just too oddly shaped for a traditional wrapping job. When wrapping paper just won't cut it, you can use a cloth to wrap just about anything.

14 Ways to Wrap Gifts with a Cloth

I like unique gift wrapping ideas that are REALLY quick to use. That is why furoshiki are my new favorite gift wrap. These Japanese wrapping scarves or cloths (also called bojagi in Korea)

Um presente duplo, embale o presente principal com um lenço. É uma embalagem bonita, reutilizável e #Earthkeepers.

5 Simple, Classic DIY Gift Wrap Techniques Any Guy Can Use

5 Simple, Classic DIY Gift Wrap Techniques Any Guy Can Use - Easy Fabric “Furoshiki” Wrap (Using a Handkerchief)

Japanese Tenugui Cotton Fabric, Japanese Silver Grass, Full Moon, Autumn Design, Fall Fabric, Hand Dyed Fabric, Art Wall, Home Decor, JapanLovelyCrafts

High quality tenugui fabrics made of soft cotton cloth and

Furoshiki, a handkerchief and a thousand ideas. The furoshiki is a square scarf, or a simple cloth towel, too colorful or plain, which is used in Japan to wrap objects, gifts, create small useful things or decorations in minutes. Furoshiki is the art of knowing how to fold and tie the scarf.

Furoshiki: 10 coisas que você pode fazer com lenços

"Tenugui, a hand dyed cotton cloth has always been an essential tool for the Japanese. Not only was it used as a wiping tool such as a towel or a handkerchief, it was also used as a bandage or a headwear in the old days. To dry quicker in such a humid country like Japan, and for multipurpose use, the ends are unfinished so it will fray after first few washes."

Tenugui: Japanese Traditional Cloth

Tenugui : Japanese Traditional Cloth - There's a special kind of charm about traditional Japanese art

Tenugui, Furoshiki, Byobu, Woodblock prints, Arita, and many other Japanese traditional hand made products by high skilled craftsmen.

Tenugui, Furoshiki, Byobu, Woodblock prints, Arita, and many other Japanese traditional hand made products by high skilled craftsmen.

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