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If you’re looking for an elegant way to wrap a gift, our bojagi cloths are perfect! You can use these as wrapping clothes because they come with beautiful knots as the finishing touch. Just place anything inside and tie it up tight- we promise you’ll be making friends in no time!
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A new trendy way of gifting. Bojagi is a traditional Korean wrapping cloth that can be used to wrap almost anything with beautiful knots. They are not only luxurious but also environmentally friendly, and reusable ways of getting your presents wrapped! Besides being stylish, they’re the perfect for smaller packages because you don’t have to worry about bulky paper or plastic-wrap.
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This cushion has the perfect combination of colors. It’s very niche, but if you want to get creative, this is something good for your geeky artistic side.
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The Korean traditional Bojagi, or wrapping cloths. These beautiful pieces can be used to wrap almost anything in a comfy and chic way! Made from high quality slub fabric, these particular ones come in 5 different soft colors for your convenience. Perfect for gifting anything because they’re not only super-luxurious but also environmentally beneficial since they can be reused endlessly!
It’s called Bojagi, traditional Korean wrapping cloth. It can be used to wrap almost anything in beautiful knots. It’s environmentally-friendly way of giving wrapped gifts!
Give a gift and remember them forever. Wrap it with Korean Traditional High Quality Fabric and you will be giving something that is not only double-sided but also an incredible memento.
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Wow! You’ve picked up the handful of perfect item to wrap your gifts this holiday season. KoreanTraditional MiniKnots Tassels make for a most memorable and enjoyable time wrapping gifts, or even guests at your celebration. These traditional knots are made with utmost care; the lashings of these tassels tell stories of love and grace––giving true meaning to giving gifts in kind―realizing they come from you: their piece is yours too!
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This colorful and festive stripe pattern is called Saekdong which literally means “many colored” in the Korean language. We call these traditional Korean wrapping cloths Bojagi and they can be used to wrap almost anything with beautiful knots! Not only are they super luxurious but also environment-friendly, re-usable way of wrapping gift! Bojagi wrapping techniques shown in the photos are fairly easy to learn. You can search for “bojagi” or “bojagi wrapping” on Youtube. There are tons of other knot techniques you can access online!
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