I like Korean patchwork "Pojagi".
But the fabrics which used in Pojagi are difficult to get, so I use my cottons.
To sew each patches, French seams are used. I like this method to sew because it doesn't need underlining so it can be sheer. Now, I'm making a curtain for the summer.
Yesterday, I made small patchworked cloth. I thought it was suit for cover basket or something. Then, my boyfriend said to me it was good for use as a furoshiki, wrapping cloth japanese.
It's a good idea.
So today, I made another big one. It's more useful as a furoshiki, because it can hold more items.
It can hold books, tissue box, bottles, etc...
Moreover, it can be used as a small bag.
Here are many instructions to wrap with furoshiki.
How to use Furoshiki