This upcoming wrapping method might appear difficult to master, but don't hesitate to give it a try. You'll soon realize that it's quite manageable, and, as a bonus, you'll be rewarded with two attractive bows.
How to fold the Futatsu Tsutsumi
Ensure that the item you wish to wrap is no more than 1/3 the diagonal length of the COVER you're using.
This rule, however, depends significantly on the height of the item. For particularly tall items, the cloth should be even larger to effectively employ this wrapping technique.
Spread out the cloth in front of you, positioning the side that will be visible at the end facing downwards.
Arrange the item along the diagonal axis of the fabric, ensuring that the space around it is evenly distributed.
Take the upper left and lower right corners of the cloth, bring them up over the gift, and place them atop each other without tying a knot.
Then, take the lower right end and tie it with the upper right end.
Now, take the unused end from step 3 (the upper left end) and tie it to the remaining lower left end.
While this may seem complex, it becomes remarkably simple once you've done it. Just like the entire Futatsu Tsutsumi technique, practice makes perfect.