The Calla Lily
The enchanting Calla Lily wrapping technique is an adaptation of the chrysanthemum wrapping technique (known as 'Otsukai Tsutsumi' in Japan), with an added special touch at the end. It may appear quite complicated at first glance, but in reality, it is quite straightforward to master. A thicker fabric is most suitable for this method.
How to fold the Calla Lily
The diagonal length of the cloth should be approximately three times the length of the item you're wrapping.
However, this can vary depending on the height of the item. If you're wrapping a taller item, you might need a larger piece of cloth to effectively use this wrapping technique.
Lay the cloth out in front of you, placing the side you want to be visible at the end face-down.
Take two opposing corners and tie a half knot at the center of the item if you prefer a flatter-looking Calla Lily.
Slide the remaining corners under the knot you made in the previous step.
Pull the right corner out from the left side.
Then, replicate the same action with the left corner.
Tuck one of the ends underneath the knot and form a spherical shape.
Next, use the remaining corner to cover this sphere and shape it into a Calla Lilly.