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"Evergreen" Furoshiki Christmas Gift Wrapping Cloth

"Evergreen" Furoshiki Christmas Gift Wrapping Cloth

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Adorn your holiday gifts with luxury and sustainability with this sophisticated "Evergreen" Furoshiki Christmas Gift Wrapping Cloth. Handcrafted in London from hemmed cotton twill 213gsm, this reusable and eco-friendly fabric offers an elegant, tasteful, and exclusive way to present your season's greetings, with a touch of effortless sophistication.

  • Handmade in London
  • Crisp Cotton Twill 213gsm
  • Reusable & Eco-Friendly

Details & Care


70 x 70cm / 28 x 28in

213gsm Cotton Twill


Handmade in London

Reusable & Eco-Friendly

Wash at 30°C

Iron on Low Heat

Can Be tumble Dried

Do Not Wring

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What is Furoshiki?

Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth that serves multiple purposes. It is a square piece of fabric, often decorated with intricate patterns, and is renowned for its versatility. Furoshiki can be used to wrap and carry various objects, such as gifts, clothing, or groceries, and it is also employed as a stylish and eco-friendly alternative to disposable bags. Additionally, Furoshiki is deeply rooted in Japanese culture and embodies principles of sustainability and resourcefulness, making it a symbol of both practicality and aesthetic appeal.

How Can I Wrap a Christmas Gift?

To wrap a Christmas present using Furoshiki, start by laying the square cloth on a flat surface with the pattern side facing down. Place your gift in the center of the fabric. Next, gather two opposite corners of the Furoshiki and tie them into a knot above the gift. Then, take the other two corners and tie them in a second knot, securing the gift snugly. Adjust the cloth and knots as needed to ensure a neat and attractive presentation. You can finish by adding a decorative ornament or ribbon for an extra festive touch. Furoshiki wrapping not only adds a unique and eco-friendly charm to your Christmas gifts but also allows the recipient to reuse the cloth for various purposes.

Tradition and Sustainability

In Japanese tradition, it is customary for the recipient of a gift wrapped in Furoshiki to return the cloth to the giver after the gift has been opened. This practice not only showcases respect and appreciation for the environment but also represents a gesture of gratitude. By returning the Furoshiki, the recipient acknowledges the cycle of reuse and sustainability, allowing the giver to use the cloth again or pass it on to another recipient. This ritual reflects the deeper cultural values of thoughtfulness, conservation, and the importance of maintaining harmonious relationships with both people and the environment.