burgundy self-patterned weave, thick weight
red with free-style red machine stitching at corners and edges, medium weight
red with free-style white machine stitching at corners and edges, medium weight
red, medium weight (used in sample wrap picture at top of this page)
red and white check, medium weight
olive green self-patterned weave, medium weight
green fade to white, silver glitter dots, fine weight (used in sample wrap picture at top of this page)
green and white check, medium weight
apple green self-patterned, medium weight
FAQs and terms and conditions
A range of furoshiki wrapping cloths created by Caroline using inspiration from time spent living in Kobe, Japan.
Furoshiki, ふろしき is the name of the cloth that is used to wrap gifts. Originally invented to carry clothes when using a public bathouse, the item has become a sustainable way to wrap gifts in the modern world. Silk, cotton or chirimen (a special Japanese woven and textured fabric) are popular materials and patterns match the seasons or the celebration.
Individually created from cotton and cotton/polyester fabrics
700mm x 700mm square, sewing machine hems
Written description of furoshiki meaning and history included
Posted in durable envelope