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Furoshiki are made from 100% cotton and are a type of Japanese wrapping cloth that were traditionally used to carry clothes, gifts, or other goods. The name Furoshiki , meaning ‘bath spread’, derives from the traditional practice of using them to bundle clothes while at the sento or public baths. Each year billions of plastic bags end up in landfill sites but Furoshiki are an eco-friendly wrapping cloth which promotes caring for the environment and reducing waste as they can be used over and over again. Using techniques similar to origami, they are now used primarily to protect and to decorate gifts or as a very attractive interior decoration, such as a table cloth.
Ça y est, le livre Furoshiki, l’art d’emballer avec du tissu, nouvelle édition chez Tutti Frutti et dont je suis l’auteur est enfin sorti ! Pour celles et ceux qui auraient déjà l’ouvrage précédent sous le même nom par Kumiko Nakayama-Geraerts, cela n’a rien à voir. Les textes d’introduction, les fiches explicatives et les photos sont toutes nouvelles et surtout cet ouvrage propose plus de 50 pliages différents sur 128 pages. ... <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Takesyo Black Zipper Jika-Tabi This modern-styled jika-tabi uses a zipper fastening technique which - combined with several elastic panels - gives Takesyo's product a nice snug fit and a cool look. Contrasting double-stitched white threads makes these one of the most stylish jika-tabi still suitable for high-intensity purposes.
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