Furoshiki friday: wrap chopsticks (& thin gifts)

We are back this Furoshiki Friday with barePack to show you how to tie a pretty parcel for your cutlery - which works very well for thin Christmas gifts!

We met Madeline last week to learn the basic furoshiki knot technique, and this week we're showing you a simple way to wrap up anything long and thin presentably, requiring just ONE knot!


This furoshiki cloth is 50cm by 50cm, which is about the smallest square you would want because it then gets tricky to trie nice bows. This size is also great for small chocolate and cookie boxes or jars.


Easy right? Here's an alternative style that works just as well for things like long thin chocolate boxes or anything in tubes like posters and rolled-up art works.


Give it a go and show us your designs!


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