Reusable + zero waste
Furoshiki Fabric Wrap

Did you know that the US produces about 4.6 million pounds of wrapping paper each year, of which about half of that, 2.3 million pounds ends up in the landfill, enough to cover 40 football fields! This discarded paper takes up can take years to decompose, releasing harmful methane gas in the process.

Enter Furoshiki Fabric Wraps, a traditional way of sustainably gift wrapping from Japan. Reusable and zero waste, these wraps are made from upcycled vintage saris and can be reused again and again for many years to come. Stay tuned for video tutorials for all the various ways to wrap your gift!