One of the very best parts of warmer weather is taking mealtime outdoors! This weekend, try one of these simple DIYs to enhance your picnics, backyard barbecues and front porch feasts!
Use your fabric stash to wrap gifts in a creative and unexpected way for your favorite textile lover! Or just wrap up today’s lunch at the office. Spoonflower crew member River visits the blog to share a few fun ways to use fabric to wrap items in traditional Japanese Furoshiki fashion.
Furoshikis are a simple and fun way to package everyday items. Wrap up your lunch for daily use or a rare bottle of wine for a special occasion. If you take a brown paper bag to lunch on the daily, consider a more sustainable lunch bag and try one of these tutorials. A furoshiki is easy to wash and I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised how many different styles you can find to show your creativity. Don’t be shy- most fabric lovers will clap with glee for a hemmed square of carefully selected fabric and that joy can touch the hearts of all others because really it’s the thought that counts. Here are a few simple tutorials to get you started!