Christmas is right around the corner, and this year, step away from the plastic wrapping paper and gift bags in exchange for a more versatile, environmentally-friendly alternative. Furoshiki is an ancient Japanese practice that uses cloth or fabric to wrap gifts and transport items. Though it originated thousands of years back, it’s been adopted by gift-givers all over the country as a modern method of wrapping and transporting items of all different shapes and sizes.
Invaluable created a neat infographic that details 12 different furoshiki wrapping techniques, from square items to those more long and slender. All you need is your cloth of choice and any other decorative elements to add at the end!