What are furoshiki you ask? In Japanese they are square cloths that people use to wrap and carry items. You can use them to wrap a bento and then when you unwrap your bento voila you have a tablecloth for your lap or desk - that also can be a napkin. Use it to wrap and carry a gift in a number of different ways. What a treat to be given such functional, reusable gift wrap. But you know we also like to use this size just napkins too at our table. A big yes to sustainability.
This collection of furoshiki are by Kamawanu. Kamawanu is a family owned business based out of Tokyo and they they have been hand blocking and hand dying furoshiki for years. We really like their bright, colorful, graphic sensibility.
size 19x19 in
Machine wash gentle and cold. Because of hand dyed method, you may want to wash separately the first couple times as there may be some color loss.