Furoshiki-Inspired Linen Gift Wrap (Set of 3)
A gift in a gift.
Inspired by a Japanese cloth traditionally used for wrapping and transporting things such as clothes, lunch, or gifts, this reusable linen gift wrap is practically a gift in itself. It’s crafted from 100% linen, finished with a wild hem and trimmed with brightly colored, handmade mini tassels. When not being used to present very special gifts, these soft and absorbent wraps make handsome napkins, placemats, and tea towels. Choose from 3 options: Neutrals (white, beige, beige & white stripe); Colors (white, charcoal, forest green); Tree Print (beige, charcoal, and forest green with a white tree print).
Photography by Rocky Luten & Ty Mecham
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