Wrapping With Fabric: Your Complete Guide to Furoshiki, The Japanese Art of Wrapping


Wrapping With Fabric: Your Complete Guide to Furoshiki, The Japanese Art of Wrapping

Wrapping With FabricWrapping With Fabric: Your Complete Guide to Furoshiki, The Japanese Art of Wrapping
by Etsuko Yamada, with photos by Kanji Okamoto
Gifted by: Tuttle Publishing
Reviewed by: Alexandria Petrassi, Editor of AllFreeDIYWeddings.com


If you are looking for creative ways to decorate at your wedding, you need to read Tuttle Publishing's new book from Etsuko Yamada, Wrapping With Fabric: Your Complete Guide to Furoshiki. You can easily give your guests beautifully wrapped and inexpensive favors with this easy-to-follow guide. Your guests will be blown away by your creativity and unique decorating techniques. This guide will also be helpful during wedding errands when you have your hands full. If you have a jacket, or a piece of fabric handy, you can easily make yourself a bag to carry all your items using the Japanese art of wrapping, Furoshiki.

The best part about this crafting technique is that all your fabric is reusable! If you don't like the way something turns out, you can easily unwrap it and re-wrap it using a different wrapping technique or a different fabric. This makes Furoshiki a very eco-friendly and money-saving craft to learn. Not only is it eco-friendly and budget-friendly, but Furoshiki is also an Wrapping With Fabric: Two Horizontal Knotsextremely versatile art form. You can do anything from create a bag to wrap gifts to make fabric flowers. There are so many more incredible ways to use decorative fabrics to decorate your home, your event, and your life, making Furkoshiki patterns a useful skill to pick up. You will be surprised at how many ways you can wrap a simple piece of fabric to enrich your life and decor.

The book Wrapping With Fabric: Your Complete Guide to Furoshiki, provides you with beautiful, high quality photos taking you through the process of different wrapping techniques. By the end of the book, you will know how to wrap tricky wine bottles, a picnic basket, a purse, and so much more. There are also tons of ways you can wrap up and package your wedding favors and wedding gifts using only a piece of fabric and your own creativity. Not only that, but you will also learn how to wrap items in your home to transform ordinary household objects into creative works of art. You cannot go wrong with learning Furoshiki, the extremely versatile, inexpensive, and creative Japanese art of wrapping.

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