Sustainable Gift Wrapping


2 gifts in one – beautiful reusable wrapping cloths inspired by the Japanese art of  “Furoshiki”

2 in stock


The “Rethink Rubbish” range are creative kits that inspire reuse, designed and put together by Barley Massey using fabric offcuts and haberdashery from Barley’s studio projects. The packaging is also eco friendly. These kits are unique to Fabrications and have also been sold wholesale  into other stores including Amnesty International, Liberty, The Barbican to name a few!

Due to the upcycled nature, each kit content will vary in colour and content. Please send us a note in the checkout if you are looking for specific colourways

Each kit contains:

  • 3 scarves & 2 handmade bows or rosettes
  • Illustrated instruction card showing different ways to stylishly wrap your gifts using the Japanese art of “Furoshiki”.
  • All scarves are re used and have been laundered and ironed. We check for holes or stains and put these aside to be cut up in other kits or projects! Fabric content are silk or polyester and often are vintage scarves. We endeavour to provide 3 different sizes of scarves suitable for different types of gifts.

Please get in touch if you require multiple kits for a group or are interested in gift wrapping demos or service for an event.

Additional information

Weight 0.175 kg

Barley Massey has been referred to as “London’s Upcycling Queen”, practicing creative textile re use for over 25 years from her studio shop Fabrications on Broadway Market, East London. Barley has developed her own circular system made up of numerous interwoven strands – unique products, commissioning service and education. Most of Barley’s current designs rework waste clothing sourced from LMB recycling factory in East London, local charity shops or directly from individuals. Using a variety of deconstruction & reconstruction sewing techniques, Barley has a keen eye for the original features, fastenings and details, transforming the old into gold!


3 x vintage head scarves and 2 handmade ribbon/cloth bows.