Gift Wrapping with Fabric

Known as a ‘furoshiki’ wrapping cloth, this is a method that uses a single rectangular or square piece of fabric with a history that dates all the way back to 710 in Japan. Today, using fabric for wrapping is acknowledged as an eco-friendly, reusable, versatile and very economical way of wrapping gifts, not forgetting how beautiful it looks. Remember to let the receiver of your present know that the fabric can be re-used.

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Known as a ‘furoshiki’ wrapping cloth, this is a method that uses a single rectangular or square piece of fabric with a history that dates all the way back to 710 in Japan. Today, using fabric for wrapping is acknowledged as an eco-friendly, reusable, versatile and very economical way of wrapping gifts, not forgetting how beautiful it looks. Remember to let the receiver of your present know that the fabric can be re-used.

Gather the following materials:

  • A piece of fabric such as an off-cut from a scarf, handkerchief or even fabrics lengths that you can source at your local craft or fabric store
  • Scissors
  • Decoration for the top of the present such as dried flowers, baubles or a tag

Follow the Steps Below:

STEP 1: POSITION YOUR GIFT

STEP 2: FOLD THE FABRIC OVER YOUR GIFT

STEP 3: FOLD THE OTHER SIDES AND TIE

STEP 4: MAKE A DOUBLE KNOT

STEP 5: ADD A GIFT TAG

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