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The Furoshiki, a Japanese wrapping cloth

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Have you heard of furoshikis? They are square fabric cloths used in Japan to wrap everything from lunch, presents, picnics, pillows, groceries, you name it! Made from gorgeous printed cotton fabric, furoshikis are as beautiful as everything coming from Japan.

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furoshikis japanese wrapping clothBesides the primary use of a wrap, furoshikis are also great to be used as scarfs, napkins, picnic blankets, table cloths… The biggest size can even be used as a beach bag and once on the beach, it doubles as a perfect beach sheet. The uses really are endless!

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You can find a lovely range of gorgeous furoshikis in different sizes at Musubi London, and here you can learn about the different wrapping techniques. (Don’t you love the wine wrap? What an awesome present to bring to a dinner party!)

xxx Esther


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Comments (3)

Helen
July 21, 2015

I love everything Japanese but have never come across this material before. It has so many uses! Do you know anywhere in Australia that I could buy these please?


July 21, 2015

Hi Helen – just to let you know we post internationally too!


July 21, 2015

I just bought a craft book with these in, so I’m hoping to print some myself! They look so useful and pretty too! xx


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