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The Complete Guide to FUROSHIKI - Japanese art of folding fabric

The Complete Guide to FUROSHIKI - Japanese art of folding fabric

 Recently, networks often began to emerge about the classical Japanese art of folding fabric "furoshiki. This technique originated more entertaining in 710 - 794 years BC in the Land of the Rising Sun.The word "furoshiki" literally translates as "bath mat and a square piece of cloth that was used for wrapping and carrying objects of different shapes and sizes.This post will tell you about the history of this amazing art, here you can learn how to tie basic knots furoshiki, you will find diagrams and video tutorials that will make of you a true master of furoshiki!Furoshiki included in the Japanese way of life long ago. Preserved ancient scrolls of the Kamakura period, Muromachi (1185 - 1573 gg.) Depicting a woman carrying on their heads wrapped in cloth bundles of clothes. Originally used for the manufacture of furoshiki any fabric with any decor. However, in the Edo period (1603 - 1867 gg.) Certain colors furoshiki already could denote membership of an aristocratic family or a particular store.Ease of folding and stability have become decisive in the approach to the choice of fabrics for furoshiki. Thick fabrics gave way to more subtle and lasting. Gradually, most of furoshiki began to make out of cotton fabrics. Today furoshiki made from cotton, silk and blended fabrics, with a side of 40-80 cm Furoshiki is very easy to use: cloth takes the form of a subject that you hide, and handles make it easy to move cargo. In addition, a gift, wrapped not in a tough paper, and soft, multi-layer fabric, is particularly expressive.Scheme furoshikiTen of the main dimensions fabric furoshikiNodes furoshikiEasy BagBag of ribbonsBag BottleBag for two bottlesBag-donutShopping BagVideo about furoshikiVideo Tutorial (Bags in technology furoshiki)Gift-wrapping style furoshiki

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