Eco-friendly Alternative to Wrapping Paper.
Let's hear it for zero waste gift wrap! Each pack includes 4 squares of hemmed cotton fabric for gift wrapping — all rescued from textile mills in India that would otherwise have ended up in landfills.
Each pack also includes instructions on how to wrap an assortment of items beautifully, using the furoshiki method. You are really doubling your gift because after your gift recipient unwraps their treasure, the fabric wrapping can be repurposed as a bandana, cloth napkin, or to wrap another gift.
Includes instructions for four different ways to tie and fold, for any shape of gift. Bonus... you don't need tape!
Because no two sets are the same, each time you wrap, it's truly a one of kind gift.
The women of the Hajiganj artisan group work with marginalized people in Bangladesh's Nilphamari District. The group is located in one of the poorest areas in Bangladesh, where people are mostly dependent on hiring out to rich farmers who pay very low wages. Benefits to artisans include profit distribution, a producer security fund, medical allowance and skill development.
- Reduces dependance on trees
- Reduces landfill waste
- Reusable and versatile
- 100% recycled cotton fabric
- Supports a community with sustainable income
- Hand-crafted in Bangladesh
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF
Dimensions: 19" square.
Set of 4 fabric squares in a variety of colors.
Care: Cold wash, gentle cycle. Line dry.
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE?
Single use virgin paper gift wrap, especially those with coatings that cannot be recycled (and most do have coatings).
Handmade in Bangladesh.
Recycled 100% Cotton fabric.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Ten Thousand Villages is a global maker‑to‑market movement that breaks the cycle of generational poverty and ignites social change. They provide ethically-sourced wares — that empower makers from around the globe.