Furoshikis for Holiday gift wrapping!, Already! you’ll say. Well, the Holidays are not that far away. Last year, me and my sister found some nice Christmas cotton prints. We decided to make some Furoshikis to sell on Etsy. But, by the time we ordered the fabric, received it and actually made the furoshikis, it was much to late to sell some. We used a few, but we still have some left. So, this year I won’t wait until the last minute. I already put them back on my Etsy shop.
For those who don’t know, a furoshiki is a square hemmed cloth of various sizes, colors, and designs. They can be used to wrap, store, or carry things. Me and my sister made some using different cotton prints . One of the print are candies candy jars on a moss background, the other is featuring snow flakes and snow man polka dots on a black background, and the last one is reversible: white buttons on a red background on one side and Christmas prints on a aqua background on the other side. They are all cute. And we made them in different sizes depending on the gift you want to wrap: 12, 18, 28 and 40 inches square. This was a fun project to do!