Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth - LINK x Hannah Waldron {Maze}

$ 48.00 USD

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Lovely furoshiki (Japanese wrapping cloth) by LINK Collective made with a collaboration with London-based designer Hannah Waldron, is a piece of printed cotton textile that can be used for so many ways. Furoshiki is generally and traditionally used for wrapping and carrying things but this unique and stylish design furoshiki can also be used for table cloth, picnic mat, scarf, or as a carrying bag using simple furoshiki folding techniques (also you can watch it here on youtube).

LINK Furoshiki: "Maze, Cinnabar and Navy" by Hannah Waldron.

-Designers words-
"This design is about the journey out of a city, specifically London. It is an observation of the city's varying pace, spacing and architecture, and the need one feels to escape beyond the city's boundaries to nature every once in a while. After creating the design, I discovered that the spiral motif in traditional japanese art signifies luck, which feels serendipitous. I like the idea of carrying things around wrapped in ideas of adventure and hope for the future. -Hannah"

Measurements: 90 x 90 cm (35.5 x 35.5″)
Material: 100% cotton satin

Handprinted in Tokyo, Japan, with traditional technique by Japanese artisans.

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