The Biota Beings have written their ecological system on a cloth inspired by a traditional Japanese Tenugui & Furoshiki cloth, with reference to its rich history. Embracing the Tenugui & Furoshiki ethos, the Biota Beings use it to inspire biota-conscious living and as a practical resource in their journeys. As such, this cloth can be a versatile tool for wrapping, binding, mending, and protection in your adventures. It can also be used as a casting cloth where the imagery acts as a code and map, revealing messages from the natural world and sparking prompts for alternative ways to experience life. Here are some examples of how you can use the cloth in your daily adventures:

How to make a leaf bag

Use the Biota Beings Field Notes Cloth to make a bag inspired by Furoshiki cloths.

How to use as a scarf

Inspiration to wear the Biota Beings Field Notes Cloth as a scarf.

How to make a simple bag

Here's a simple guide to fold and knot the Biota Beings Field Notes Cloth to create a simple bag.

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