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I had so much fun showing you guys this furoshiki-style beer bottle wrap that I thought I’d dig into the Weekday Crafternoon archives to bring you more of this Japanese fabric wrapping technique. We shot this episode over the summer (hence my long hair!), but it’s definitely appropriate for this time of year.

Not only is furoshiki a unique wrapping idea, it’s eco-friendly! No need for wrapping paper or ribbons, and you can reuse the wrap over and over again. What do you think? Would you ditch rolls of paper in favor of pretty fabric this year?

Small Furoshiki Wrap

8 Responses

  1. Liz_HGTV says:

    I definitely want to wrap furoshiki-style this year! I hate it when gift wrap is crumpled up gift wrap and thrown away. Since everyone will not be like me and carefully unwrap for maximum recycling possibilities, this is a great way to give something that everyone can reuse. I love the one with the little handle. Too cute!

  2. Connie S. says:

    I love this technique! Will be using it this Christmas.

  3. Kaylie says:

    What a great idea this is.

  4. Tiffany B. says:

    This video got me very excited. Was wanting to do something different for wrapping gifts this year and this is perfect. I have some vintage material that I'm going to use. THANK YOU Marianne!

  5. Briana@HGTV says:

    You make it look so effortless, Marianne! I'm looking forward to at least *attempting* some furoshiki wrapping this year.

  6. Karolina says:

    <a href="http://www.chustyfuroshiki.pl” target=”_blank”>www.chustyfuroshiki.pl
    Original Japanese furoshiki shop!!!!!

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  8. Katherine says:

    We enjoyed watching your please let your friends and fans know there is a fairly new site <a href="http://www.yoonmewrap.com,” target=”_blank”>www.yoonmewrap.com, Facebook yooNme Wrap that offers stylish, reusable, and washable fabric wraps. They offer tips and ideas and are committed to benefiting the environment.

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Marianne CanadaMarianne is the Special Projects Editor for HGTV.com. She was the girl in college who saved her waitressing tips to buy a Knoll chair and the perfect vintage couch. All...


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