A more sustainable Christmas wrapped up

A more sustainable Christmas wrapped up

We’re always searching for ways to live a little more sustainably so this festive season we’re trying our hand at the Japanese art of Furoshiki.

Originally used as a way of transporting goods, Furoshiki refers to the process of wrapping items in fabric and to the square cloth which is used for wrapping and has developed into a popular way to wrap gifts.

Furokshiki wrapping

We’ve taken pieces of unused fabric from our development process to wrap a few gifts in, following this simple tutorial.

Any cloth can be used and unlike wrapping paper, it can be reused again and again. A unique and elegant way to present your gifts.

Wrapped gift | Emily and Fin Wrapped presents | Emily and Fin


Looking for a gift to try Furoshiki out on? Discover our gift ideas; hair accessory sets and cosy knitwear.