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30 Days of Creativity: Day 10 – Furoshiki Lunch Cloth

2011 June 10
by Justine

A furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth, used to transport clothes, gifts, and other goods. I’m hoping it will inspire me to be better about packing my lunch for work; how can this not make lunch fun? The Furoshiki may be one of the easiest sewing projects ever, but what a versatile item! I have an incredible selection of cheerful fabrics I found brand new at Goodwill. It felt good to use the fabric for something I could enjoy every day. Cute?

The image above shows just one way to fold the Furoshiki, but the options are endless. Check out these other fun ways I can use my furoshiki.

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  1. February 6, 2013

    Many thanks for utilizing time to publish “30 Days of Creativity:
    Day 10 – Furoshiki Lunch Cloth | Cultivating Conscience”.
    Thanks yet again ,Darrin

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