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Perfect for plastic-free living
This is a Limited Edition set comprised of the beautiful "Hime Musubi Adeline Klam" Furoshiki - Peony Orange with the Furoshiki Handbook AND elegant Nara wood handle with magnet closure. This is an elegant addition to the many ways a Furoshiki cloth can be folded into wraps for shapes and sized items.
Furoshiki (pronounced Fu-ro-shki) is the quintessentially Japanese art form of folding and simple knotting fabrics around objects to wrap and carry them. This beautiful and ingenious art allows one object to have many uses simply by folding and tying the cloth in different ways to wrap and carry items.
Hand or machine washable, these will always be fresh and clean for your wrapping and carrying needs. The cloth is 100% cotton, and hand or machine washable which means it will always be ready for your fresh produce as a shopping carrier and at 100 square centimetres, this cloth will provide exceptional variety in wrapping and carry ways and will complement your contemporary fashion style.
Tying instructions are included.
- Dimensions : 100 x 100 cm
- Material: 100% cotton.
- Made in Japan.
About the Pattern - “Hime Musubi” is the new type of Japanese design. MUSUBI collaborate with French designer, Adeline Klam - traditional motif with special unique colour contrasts in Orange/Peach toning
About the Designer - Adeline Klam was fascinated by Japanese Washi (traditional paper), and she has produced Yuzen paper by arranging Japanese traditional patterns to modern designs with her extraordinary colour sense. She also produced and suggest handmade kits and interior objects using washi.
She opened her first shop “Adeline Klam” in Paris in 2009. People come to her store from all over Europe.
Her most well-known books are "l'origami comme par magie" and "LA BIBLE DU PAPIER".
The Handbook contains a large collection of instructions on how to use a Furoshiki traditional cloth in modern-day wrapping.
Watch this video
to see how a cloth becomes an elegant handbag with closure HERE
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