I don't like to waste things, so lately I've been interested in furoshiki. Furoshiki is a Japanese cloth wrap originally used to carry bundles, tie up clothes, and now used mainly as a way to wrap gifts. I like these wraps for giving handmade gifts. And since I've got tons of fabric scraps, I can make a fabric wrap almost easier than wrapping with paper.
Then cut a square.
I admit it, I was lazy -actually in a rush- and didn't turn under the edges and miter the corner. Ursel brought over our gift yesterday and Ashok gave us a gift on Saturday, so I'm behind a couple of days.
I used pinking shears so no sewing was needed as this will keep the fabric from unraveling too much.
But you really should turn under the edges and miter the corners.