The possibilities of furoshiki are endless. In addition to use it for "wrapping" things, you can also wrap them around your neck to keep them out of the cold, or you can wear them around your body to make them the star of your outfit.
The wool we get on farms in the western Rocky Mountains is "American wool" that we first encountered. It has a soft and dry touch with the elasticity of the bouncy air.
The fabric made by roughly weaving thick US Mo has a rough texture. I washed and finished it and squeezed my eyes before drawing country flowers. It is a furoshiki that is a little smaller than usual.