The zero-waste gift packaging that will cause a sensation!
An original idea, Furoshiki is a packaging technique straight from Japan, where the gift holds an important place in culture.
The purpose of this packaging technique is to package the products to be offered using a pretty square of fabric from which knots are made. Completely zero-waste, you will no longer need either adhesive tape or ribbon, which usually end up directly in the trash with the paper.
Furoshiki is not only an eco-friendly gesture for everyone, it is also practical, fast and adapts to all your gifts. You will be amazed at the number of folding and knotting possibilities offered by this square of fabric!
The advantages : Furoshiki is far from having only one life, it can be reused again and again in very different ways. In unlimited gift packaging, scarf, bag or even for your DIY sewing.
So go ahead, add color and cheerfulness under your tree with the Furoshiki!
Did you know ?
Furoshiki (風呂敷) Furoshiki means “ backpack for the bath” in Japanese. Traditionally this small knotted scarf was used to transport toiletries to public baths.
The Japanese are not the only ones to use these techniques of knotting colored fabrics, in Africa also it is rooted in tradition. Women use knitted loincloths to carry everything they need.