Furoshiki - Camellias - Turquoise - Adeline Klam - 70x70cm
Furoshiki - Camellias - Turquoise - Adeline Klam - 70x70cm
Furoshiki - Camellias - Turquoise - Adeline Klam - 70x70cm
Furoshiki - Camellias - Turquoise - Adeline Klam - 70x70cm
Furoshiki - Camellias - Turquoise - Adeline Klam - 70x70cm
Furoshiki - Camellias - Turquoise - Adeline Klam - 70x70cm
Furoshiki - Camellias - Turquoise - Adeline Klam - 70x70cm

Furoshiki - Camellias - Turquoise - Adeline Klam - 70x70cm

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EXCLUSIVE COLLECTION! This range of Furoshiki was created by Adeline in collaboration with Musubi!

And to find out more about this partnership, find our blog articles “Adeline Klam & Musubi – our collections!” :

Our first collection, here!

Our second collection, here!

This medium-sized furoshiki from the Japanese brand Musubi is patterned with red and white camellia flowers, with blue and fuchsia pink pistils, light green and dark green leaves and dark blue branches on a turquoise blue background . Made in Japan, Musubi has collaborated with Adeline to create a second collection which combines traditional Japanese patterns and vibrant colors like Adeline's work!

THE furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping technique gifts and everyday objects using a square of fabric . In this size, it can also be used as packaging for medium-sized gifts, bottles or books but also to make small bags .

If you want to accessorize your furoshiki , a small wooden handle model with magnetic closure is available in store and on the e-shop. It will allow you to carry your furoshiki bag by hand or on the shoulder and to close it easily.

A tutorial for making a simple furoshiki bag can be found on the blog but you can also discover other folds such as the basket, the gift wrapping, the bottle bag, the package bento and many more in our book “L’Atelier Furoshiki” !

    • Matter : 100% organic cotton (with a textured, woven effect)
    • Dimensions: 70cm x 70cm
    • Made in Japan

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