10 Nov

Furoshiki comes from Japan. It’s the art of using clothes to wrap things. You can use the furoshiki technics to wrap bottles, books, your bento box, even chihuahua dogs (the dog is not included), … Basically with the furoshiki technics you can wrap up everything that you need to carry. It’s fun, ecological (you don’t use plastic bags) and the japanese prints are really nice.

More infos on the furoshiki wrapping technics

PS: no animal was hurt during the photoshoot and the name of the dog is Mimi;-)

3 Responses to “Furoshiki”

  1. jossedeparis November 10, 2011 at 9:08 AM #

    very nice ,the dog and the bag, congratulations.

  2. myfuroshiki November 11, 2011 at 4:09 AM #

    V cute & such a good idea. I also like to use this bag style http://myfuroshiki.blogspot.com/2010/06/my-flexible-furoshiki-two-handled-bag.html Happy wrapping!


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