A couple of years ago, I created a furoshiki cloth from a large piece of cotton broadcloth and some acrylic paint mixed with fabric medium. I used a custom stamp for the squares and a pencil eraser for the little circles
Furoshiki cloths are good for more than just wrapping presents. As you see here, I’ve knotted it to form a shoulder bag.
Yesterday I posted a new product on my Etsy shop: small gift bags made from cloth I had printed by Spoonflower. The fabric is sturdy eco canvas (100% polyester canvas with 45% recycled content). I intend to eventually sew a variety of products with the “Block Dots” design. In addition, you can buy various kinds of fabric with this pattern printed on it from my Spoonflower store. It’s also available as wallpaper and gift wrap.
Other original fabric designs are coming soon! Be sure to check back for updates, or follow me on Twitter: @timaecreations.