Wrapping tutorial. Part 1: A furoshiki wrap.

December 14, 2010

I have been using fabric to wrap for a while, maybe you have too. Turns out, it has a name. Furoshiki.

Let’s just say, this fabric wrap idea ain’t rocket science. Thankfully… or my tag line would need to be I make stuff rise UP.

It’s a square of fabric finished around the edges.

Why a tutorial then….?

Just to show you there are absolutely no skill you need that you don’t already have.


If you still don’t think you can do it (I am very disappointed in you and you really should see a therapist because you have latent sewing issues that really need to be released and not left suppressed for years and years until you become the sewing machine masochist!) just cut the fabric and leave it unfinished.

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