FUROSHIKI - Our First Collection with Musubi!

Following our last trip to Japan in May 2017, I introduced you to Musubi and our visit to their Kyoto boutique. Today, on the occasion of the release of our very first collection of furoshiki in collaboration with the brand, it was important to me to show you in a little more detail the underside of this project!


Since our meeting with Musubi, we really wanted to introduce furoshiki to as many people as possible and thus offer, in store and on the e-shop, a selection of furoshiki from Musubi .

If you didn't know this term before reading this article, furoshik i refers to a traditional Japanese technique for wrapping gifts and everyday objects, as well as carrying them, using a square of fabric. It consists, using a specific knotting and folding system, of wrapping all kinds of objects of various shapes and sizes. The term furoshiki is used both to talk about the square of fabric used and the technique itself.

The idea of ​​this collection of Adeline Klam furoshiki in collaboration with Musubi was therefore to mix traditional Japanese patterns (and to benefit from Musubi's know-how) with a palette of vibrant colors, like our universe and colorful ranges that we offer you in the store!

At the end of this work, we created 12 furoshiki in 4 patterns (peonies, chrysanthemums, apricot blossoms and cranes) and 2 different sizes (50cm by 50cm and 100cm by 100cm). Because it was important to make these furoshiki a sustainable alternative, the patterns were printed on organic cotton.


If you like the collection, you can find it in store and on the e-shop! Discover the different models offered below:

In 50cm by 50cm, “cranes”, “peonies” and “apricot flowers” ​​models:

akcp-furoshiki-cranes blue background
akcp-furoshiki-cranes yellow
akcp-furoshiki-blue peonies
akcp-furoshiki-red peonies
akcp-furoshiki-blue and yellow apricot tree
akcp-furoshiki-apricot tree orange and blue

In 100cm by 100cm, “peonies”, “chrysanthemums” and “apricot flowers” ​​models:

akcp-furoshiki-orange peonies akcp-furoshiki-pink peonies akcp-furoshiki-chrysanthemums fuschia furoshiki-musubi-adeline-klam-100x100-mauve-chrysanthemums akcp-furoshiki-apricot orange gray mint akcp-furoshiki-coral and blue apricot tree

We hope that you will like this lovely collaboration as much as we do and that it will make you want to adopt the use of furoshiki on a daily basis!

See you soon for new articles inspired by Japan,


Did you know the technique of furoshiki ?
What is your favorite model?
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