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The 98th way to tie a silk scarf (I know, almost 100, c r a z y) is the glorious Nippon Furoshiki Inspired Handbag. Like yesterday’s tutorial, you’re going to tie individual knots at each of two corners of your carre that are diagonally opposite to each other. Now tie the two remaining corners together in a secure overhand knot and you get a cute handbag with hanging out ish tassels! Perfect for lugging around Christmas presents.

The 98th way to tie a silk scarf (I know, almost 100, c r a z y) is the glorious Nippon Furoshiki Inspired Handbag. Like yesterday’s tutorial, you’re going to tie individual knots at each of two corners of your carre that are diagonally opposite to each other. Now tie the two remaining corners together in a secure overhand knot and you get a cute handbag with hanging out ish tassels! Perfect for lugging around Christmas presents.

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