Furoshiki is the Japanese art of tying a square of fabric to create a carry bag, parcel or gift-wrap.
There's lots of different styles. This is a knapsack or shoulder bag - Nanamegake musubi
It's a square of cotton fabric decorated with permanent marker pen in a pattern inspired
by Yvonne Kettner's 365 Freestyle Zentangles project
I tried sun-inspired zentangles on paper back on 22 February - it was easier to draw on paper!
Yvonne's project is still going strong, today she drew her 243rd freestyle zentangle.
The furoshiki inspiration came from a library book, "Furoshiki: The Art of Wrapping with Fabric"
written by Kumiko Nakayama-Geraerts
You can find lots of furoshiki videos on YouTube