Zero Waste Gift Wrap by Christine Leech
30 ideas for furoshiki and other sustainable solutions
Embrace zero waste living with this collection of sustainable gift wrap solutions including furoshiki, the traditional Japanese technique of fabric knotting. What could be nicer than receiving a present and the beautiful scarf it's wrapped in! Whether you use a vintage silk scarf or create your own fabric with patchwork, piecing and dyeing techniques, or reuse unwanted items to make quirky gift wraps - this collection is packed full of ideas for reducing waste. Other ideas include how to make present toppers made from unwanted fabric and yarn scraps to finish off your gift wrapping with a flourish.
About Christine Leech
Christine Leech has been an avid crafter since childhood. She has over 15 years of experience art directing leading magazines and a successful freelance illustration career working on titles including New Woman, Marie Claire, Look and Fabulous. Just over two years ago Christine helped to to launch a quarterly magazine for Hobbycraft, the craft superstore
As seen on Natasha Makes, Wednesday 12th July 2023
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