Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it take to complete the course?
Each lesson will take about 5-10 minutes. Take as long as you need to re-watch and practice.
How long do I have to access the course?
Lifetime access to this course and any future updates, as long as you keep your Teachable account! Learn on any device that connects to the Internet and support browsing.
When does the course start and finish?
Once you purchase it, all lessons are unlocked. It's a completely self-paced course and you are in charge of your learning times.
What if I'm unhappy with the course? Is there a money-back guarantee?
The course is backed by 30 days money-back guarantee. Simply contact me at [email protected] within 30 days from your purchase date and if not happy with the course, you'll be refunded the amount paid. No questions asked.
Where can I purchase Furoshiki?
At cultural gift shops that sell Japanese or Asian-inspired goods. Also check my online shop: https://www.wrapandtie.store/collections/wrapping/furoshiki
What size of Furoshiki should I prepare?
It depends on what you want to wrap. In each lesson, I'll show you how to make sure you get the right size for your gift. As a rule of thumb, the contents should take up no more than 1/3 of the diagonal length of the Furoshiki. In the course you'll find a downloadable "Furoshiki sizes" cheat sheet for your reference.
I have a scarf/handkerchief at home. Can I use these for practice?
Of course, if it's the right size for the item you intend to wrap. If it's too small, you won't be able to use all the wrapping techniques presented in the lessons, and if it's too large, it might get in the way.
Can I wash the Furoshiki at home?
It depends on the fabric content. As a basic rule: always check the label if they have one, or ask the shop assistant just to be sure. Generally, Furoshiki that are made of silk, rayon or nylon last longer if dry cleaned, whereas cotton and polyester can be easily cleaned with cold water.
You'll learn more about it in the course and you'll also have a downloadable guide for "Furoshiki Types and Their Maintenance" which you can print and keep for reference.