Furoshiki: Traditional Japanese Wrapping Cloth

October 20, 2010

Furoshiki: Traditional Japanese Wrapping Cloth

A purse, tablecloth, scarf, belt, picnic satchel, wall art: Furoshiki.
Furoshiki 1
One piece of fabric is designed to be all of the above and even more with the use of your imagination.
Furoshiki 2
Lucinda Newton-Dunn is a British textile and graphic designer who has lived in Tokoyo and currently resides in Los Angleos. She is the clever designer of this furoshiki.

Want to have a furoshiki for yourself? You can purchase it here for around $100 US dollars.

Lisa Andrews

Lisa Andrews

I'm Lisa. I own Scrapbook Circle where I design monthly scrapbooking kits. I love spending time with my family, traveling, eating chocolate and creating things out of paper. I write for the design blog at Design.org. I write about my crafting adventures on my blog, Enjoying Everyday.

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