Furoshiki Tin Wrapping
Cylinder-shaped items like cookie tins are the dreaded shape when it comes to gift-wrapping. Learn from Megumi how to elegantly wrap tins with Furoshiki, a traditional Japanese cloth used to wrap and transport items. Megumi will teach you the traditional wrapping style, as well as a shortcut that will have you actually looking forward to wrapping all your cookie tins!
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||0:17|
|Chapter 2 - Wrapping||8:51|
|Materials you will need||0:57|
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