I am such a big fan of Furoshiki. I love this striped cloth from Uguisu.
I was busy loving this striped cloth, until I got distracted by the size of those lemons. BLIMEY! Put one of those babies together with an ostrich egg, and you’ve got yourself the makings of a lemon meringue pie.
love the bright stripes!
love it! I have not thought of using my scarfs as bags! So smart! LOOOVEE!
So versatile and stylish! Lovely!
Love this! But to Naomi… I don’t think those things are lemons…
those sandals in the second photo are gorgeous as well.
oooo how clever and stylish! would also make for sweet gift. love it.
I’m a big fan of furoshiki as well – I love wrapping gifts in huge scarves. This striped one is fantastic. I feel a purchase coming on. 😉
Wow, I love this, it’s so versatile and it looks great too!
great pictures! love that scarf and all its uses : )
found your blog via kinfolk – what a fabulous publication. i actually just contacted them about being a contributing writer too
ok this is genius!
What a timely post. I’m always collecting japanese furoshiki but never using them, except for the once a year picnic. I’ve just started using them to package up my lunch for work. It makes taking my lunch so much more pleasant.
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grace turns 102!
september flower class