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this is really easy and neat!
Have you heard of furoshiki? These traditional Japanese square cloths are getting a lot of attention lately, as a “green” alternative to wrapping paper and plastic shopping bags. Furoshiki means “bath spread” — in feudal Japan, they were used to bundle and protect people’s clothing at public bath houses, but over the years, their standard use has been to tie up any bundle you can imagine (they’ve even been used as baby carriers). The word is pronounced something like “f’-ROHSH-kee”.

I carry my pug, Shalamar in it. =D

Posted by Twiggy from Chillicothe, Ohio, United States • Published See Twiggy's 12 projects »
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Missy El
Missy El · Melbourne, Victoria, AU · 5 projects
I kept on seeing these all around Japan! I so desperately wanted one but I never got around to buying one!
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1401 projects
Thanks for sharing, this is great!
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Jessie H.
Jessie H. · Indianapolis, Indiana, US · 12 projects
I've been wanting one of these to carry my bento box in. Oh and btw I have that same fabric =]
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RayGun UnDone
RayGun UnDone · Cincinnati, Ohio, US · 12 projects
This is great! I was looking for something like this to hold gifts for a friend's birthday next week.
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Tami
Tami · Atlanta, Georgia, US · 17 projects
Ahhhh I love it! I definitely want to make a purse now.
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