Furoshiki Cloth - the new way to gift wrap and carry your personal items
What may seem like a simple, square fabric, is actually very functional and versatile (and definitely environmental friendly).
Furoshiki translate to “bath (furo) spread (shiki),” and was first used in Japan as a means to protect valuable goods. It symbolizes the art of wrapping something in fabric. Today, you’ll see the Furoshiki Cloth being used to wrap gifts, food, and even bottles!
Why We Love The Furoshiki Cloth?
We love the Furoshiki cloth for several reasons. First of all, it’s Eco-Friendly. Did you know that the amount of trash wrapping paper and shopping bags that end up in the landfill equates to 4 million tons annually? I know, crazy right! With the Furoshiki Cloth, since it’s a fabric, it can be used and reused to wrap your gifts this holiday season (#lowwasteholidaygiftwrapping). Next, the Furoshiki Cloth is versatile. You can use it to wrap presents, fold it into a bag, create a bottle holder, and more! The possibilities are endless. Lastly, Furoshiki Cloths are both stunning and elegant! They come in different shapes, sizes, patterns and colors.
Here Are 3 Ways You Can Wrap The Furoshiki Cloth:
Perhaps, what I love most is the beauty of the Furoshiki Cloth. “It embraces the philosophy of reuse in some of the most beautiful, functional manners by challenging us to take ONE thing — a cloth — and use it in many different ways.”