It's the gift(wrap) that keeps on giving! Did you know that we produce 30% more waste during the festive period? This includes 227,000 miles of wrapping paper that is thrown away each year. Many rolls of wrapping paper are laminated with plastic, covered in glitter and therefore viewed as a recycling contaminant. Unable to be recycled, this paper will sit in landfill.
This listing is for one cotton knot wrap - each is certified fair trade by the World Fair Trade Organisation, made from 100% organic cotton and comes in a versatile 50x50cm square. This is large enough to fit our individual items, or the contents of our zero waste kits - no plastic tape needed! We've included a photo of our small starter kit all wrapped up as an example. If you have any questions or concerns about the size before buying, let us know and we can test it out for you using your choice of items.
If you choose to wrap your gifts in one of our reusable cotton wraps, you'll be giving a gift within a gift! Not only does it look beautiful, the design also carries an important message: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. And this message will be passed on again and again, each time the wrap is re-gifted. Who knows who your knot wrap might end up with?!
When designing the knot wrap, we thought carefully about how you can get as much use out of it as possible, festive enough for Christmas while being neutral enough to be used for special occasions all year round!
And it gets better 😊 For every knot wrap sold, we’ll donate £1 to Freshfields - a community focused non-profit charity caring for abandoned, abused and unwanted domestic and small farm animals, along with sick and injured wildlife. Visit Freshfields website for more information on their fantastic work.
There are many techniques for wrapping different shapes using reusable cotton wraps, and online tutorials can be a great place to start.
All of our items are sent using biodegradable, plastic-free packing materials.
Reusable Cotton Gift Wrap - Red
Wash on a cool/eco setting and allow to air dry. Any microfibers released during the wash will biodegrade naturally.