These are some ways of using furoshiki - cloths used to wrap and carry pretty much anything, in Japan.
You don’t need a traditional Japanese one - a large bandanna or square scarf is fine, as long as it’s strong enough to take the weight of whatever you want to put in it.
You can use these wrapping and knotting techniques as an unusual and attractive form of gift-wrapping, or make the most of their practical functions.
Got a watermelon to carry (as one does)? Got you covered with the Suika Tsutsumi. Got a dildo or vibrator you’d like to keep protected from dust, grime, bitey kicky cats and prying eyes? Try the Entou or Futatsu Tsutsumi for the demure containment of phallic shapes. Nerd? Keep your books handy with the Hon Tsutsumi. Out and about and somebody kindly gave you some old clothes with plenty of wear left in them? (In this question you are a Terry Pratchett witch.) Try the Katakake Fukuro or Tesage Bukuro to conveniently carry them home. Or if you are Nanny Ogg and they gave you a bottle or two of their latest brew, it’s useful to know the Bin Tsutsumi.