14 Ways To Wrap Gifts With A Cloth
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Some gifts are just too oddly shaped for a traditional wrapping job. When wrapping paper just won’t cut it, you can use a cloth to wrap just about anything.
Traditionally used in Japan to carry items, you can use a furoshiki to wrap gifts of varying sizes — from bottles to balls. This method works especially well if you have a decorative cloth, like a scarf, that you want to give the person as well. To see the various ways to wrap different items, see the below chart.
How to Use “Furoshiki” [Ministry of the Environment, Government of Japan via PopSugar]