Turkish Bohça Çantas are almost identical to the Japanese Katakake Fukuro. They are only turned once during knotting, so the side knots are on the inside of the bag. Created in seconds, the bag can be used to carry products (e.g., items purchased at the grocery store or farmer's market). They fit neatly into this eco-friendly tote, which is adjustable to all sizes.
How to fold the Bohça Çanta
The diagonal length of the cloth should be approximately six times the length of the item(s) to be wrapped.
This also depends a lot on the height of the item(s). To wrap a very high item, the cloth should be even larger to use this wrapping technique.
To form a carry bag, spread the cloth in front of you and place the side of the fabric that should be shown later facing upward.
Then, fold the cloth in half along its diagonal axis to form a triangular shape.
Next, take one of the corners and tie a single knot, about 1/4 of the way into the cloth.
Repeat the process with the remaining corner.
Then, turn the fabric inside out and tuck both knots into the sides.
Take the two remaining ends and tie them with a square knot to form a carrying strap for your bag.
Enjoy carrying your items around in a very sustainable way.