"Tenugui" is a cotton towel that is familiar to Japanese people such as festivals, farm work, and baths. Recently, there are a lot of designs other than Japanese patterns, and I buy it every time I see it at a general store or a 100-yen shop.
Even if it gets wet, it dries quickly, so I use it to wipe my hands and sweat, and use it as a kitchen cloth, but that unique size is just right for wrapping familiar things.
So, this time, I will introduce two types of wrapping methods and remake ideas after using them up. If it is new, wash it once to soften it before trying.
● "Tissue case" that can be done just by tying
First of all, wrap the box tissue that will give you a feeling of life if left as it is.
Spread the towel with the back side up and fold both ends inward. As a guideline for the width, when you put the tissue on top and lift the left and right, it will take a little to the outlet.
Place the right side along the box, hold it with your hand, lift the long side, and fold it so that the corners pop out.
Do the same for the other side.
Lightly tie the protruding parts of the four corners next to each other once.
Complete by truly tying both ends while adjusting the overall shape! Since the visible surface is limited, we recommend a full pattern design. It's good that you can easily change it according to the room and the season.
● Can you wait for your lunch break? "Ribbon wrapping"
Then wrap the lunch box in a big ribbon style.
Place the bento box close to the left or right side of the spread towel, and cover the top and bottom edges along the bento box.
Hold both ends and tie once.
Fold the longer one to fit the width of the lunch box.
Wrap the shorter one around the folded center and put the end in a knot to complete. It looks like a gift and is cute!