Furoshiki: The Art of Scarf Bending

Learn how to apply this ancient art of fabric folding and tying to make a variety of very useful packs, pouches, and haversacks for survival or outdoor adventure!

What are other students saying?

  • Blown Away!

    Hugh Hubble

    I really enjoyed this course. I have started using the Okinawa Haversack to carry material to Scout meetings. I can’t wait to try the Adventure Bag.

    I really enjoyed this course. I have started using the Okinawa Haversack to carry material to Scout meetings. I can’t wait to try the Adventure Bag.

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  • Well I learned something new.....

    William Williams

    It is not often I find a thing I know something about even if only heard about. I done bundle rolls and Bush craft roll packs, so thought this was going to b...

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    It is not often I find a thing I know something about even if only heard about. I done bundle rolls and Bush craft roll packs, so thought this was going to be that. But no every video was new to me and so easy to learn. Thanks for given me new ideas and tools.

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About the Course

Course curriculum

  • 1
    WELCOME!
    • Welcome message from Hutch
    • FABRIC CHOICES & IMPORTANT KNOTS
    • Furoshiki Fabric Size Chart PDF Download
  • 2
    6 Outdoor Furoshiki Pouch & Pack Folding Tutorials
    • Okinawa Haversack
    • Clown Pockets
    • The Adventure Bag
    • Hydration Haversack
    • The Bindle Bag
    • The Massai Warrior
  • 3
    FINAL THOUGHTS
    • Next Steps

Meet Your Instructor

  • Aaron Hutchings

    Survival Instructor

    Aaron Hutchings

    Aaron “Hutch” Hutchings is a survival instructor and outdoor educator. His love for adventure was first sparked by his grandfather’s teaching and stories. This spark was blown into flame in the Boy Scouts and fanned to a full-on bonfire in the Marine Corps. The only thing Hutch likes more then adventuring is helping others start down their own path.