Furoshiki, the Japanese art of gift wrapping
Furoshiki for one bottle
Place the furoshiki cloth on the table, face down, and the
bottle in the middle, at the intersect...
Tie a knot with the two left and right corners of the furoshiki.
Wrap the top and
bottom corners behind
the back of the bottle
and again to the front,
where you tie another
double knot.
Furoshiki for two bottles
Place the furoshiki cloth on the table, face down, and the bottles mid-
distance between the hor...
Lay down the bottles, without moving their position, with their bottoms
facing each other, and start rolling the furoshiki...
When reaching the end,
tuck in the corner and
bring up the bottles,
tying a double knot at
the top.
This furoshiki is easy...
Furoshiki gift bag
Place the furoshiki cloth on the table, face down, and the gift
in the middle, at the intersection of t...
Tie the upper and lower corners into a tight knot, over the gift
Bring together the left and right corners and make a small knot
at the end of the corners, to create the handle
Kangaroo furoshiki
Place the furoshiki cloth on the table, face down, and the bag
in the middle, at the intersection of th...
Fold the lower corner until in touches the book and then bring
it all the way up, covering the book
Tie the left and righth corners into a tight knot, over the gift
Bring the remaining corner over the knot and tuck it in, making
a handy pocket for inserting a card
Enj
oy!
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  1. 1. Furoshiki, the Japanese art of gift wrapping
  2. 2. Furoshiki for one bottle Place the furoshiki cloth on the table, face down, and the bottle in the middle, at the intersection of the diagonals
  3. 3. Tie a knot with the two left and right corners of the furoshiki.
  4. 4. Wrap the top and bottom corners behind the back of the bottle and again to the front, where you tie another double knot.
  5. 5. Furoshiki for two bottles Place the furoshiki cloth on the table, face down, and the bottles mid- distance between the horizontal diagonal and the bottom corner
  6. 6. Lay down the bottles, without moving their position, with their bottoms facing each other, and start rolling the furoshiki from the smaller corner
  7. 7. When reaching the end, tuck in the corner and bring up the bottles, tying a double knot at the top. This furoshiki is easy to carry without any other gift bag.
  8. 8. Furoshiki gift bag Place the furoshiki cloth on the table, face down, and the gift in the middle, at the intersection of the diagonals
  9. 9. Tie the upper and lower corners into a tight knot, over the gift
  10. 10. Bring together the left and right corners and make a small knot at the end of the corners, to create the handle
  11. 11. Kangaroo furoshiki Place the furoshiki cloth on the table, face down, and the bag in the middle, at the intersection of the diagonals
  12. 12. Fold the lower corner until in touches the book and then bring it all the way up, covering the book
  13. 13. Tie the left and righth corners into a tight knot, over the gift
  14. 14. Bring the remaining corner over the knot and tuck it in, making a handy pocket for inserting a card
  15. 15. Enj oy!
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