A bojagi (Korean: 보자기; MR: pojagi, sometimes shortened to 보; bo; po) is a traditional Korean wrapping cloth. Bojagi are typically square and can be made from a variety of materials, though silk or ramie are common. Embroidered bojagi are known as subo, while patchwork or scrap bojagi are known as chogak bo.
Bojagi have many uses, including as gift wrapping, in weddings, and in Buddhist rites. More recently, they have been recognized as a traditional art form, often featured in museums and inspiring modern reinterpretations.
Brand : Nossi
Nossi is a Bojagi art workshop based in Los Angeles. Bojagi (보자기) means a reusable wrapping cloth in Korean. Wrapping, carrying and storing objects wrapping with a cloth is a Korean lifestyle that reflects traditional culture. Nossi workshops teach ‘How to make traditional & modern knots’ through a variety of Bojagi. Nossi’s mission is to deliver a cultural experience in a fun way with a wide range of wrapping skills that can be applied to your everyday life.
This fabric is produced by a family owned business for over 200 years. They are based in the remote island of Ganghwa, South Korea. When touching this fabric, you’ll be able to get a time travel into the past. It’s perfect for wrapping jars, candles, or fruits & vegetables.
Luxurious wrapping for a special presentation.
Beige, Dark Beige, Mint, Dusty Blue in a set.
Crane & Midnight
This Bojagi is engraved with a pair of cranes inside a circle. Cranes have long been a symbol of longevity. We wish all of you health and longevity with this Crane Bojagi.
Pastel blue and midnight purple set.