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Discover how to add a touch of elegance to your gifts with Furoshiki. Explore unique and creative ways to wrap presents using this traditional Japanese wrapping cloth.
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"Furoshiki" is a type of Japanese traditional wrapping cloth, which may look like a large handkerchief. It is used to transport clothes, gifts, or other goods. Before becoming associated with public baths, furoshiki was known as hirazutsumi, or flat folded bundle. Currently Furoshiki are made of different fabrics, in

Cindy Sakioka Sugimura
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WHAT IS FUROSHIKI? Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cultural art dating back to the Nara period (AD 710 to 794). Furoshiki is a Japanese fabric that is square in shape, traditionally made with cotton and printed with Japanese motifs on both sides. Furoshiki can also be used as an action verb: to Furoshiki means to wrap an object in the Furoshiki style. One of the most popular ways to use Furoshiki is as a tote bag. It is washable, collapsible, and durable. Furoshiki is typically used to…

Jeri Sue Ponder
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I usually have several embroidery projects going at the same time, which means I'm always in need of project bags. Inspired by Japanese Furoshiki wrapping techniques, here are some ways to quickly make pretty project bags out of square pieces of leftover cloth, scarves - or vinyl.

Dee Jones