Lots of things can be wrapped up from buildings to cars...
Textiles can be draped, hung and stretched over objects. This makes new, mysterious shapes.
Artists like Christo and Jeanne-Claude enjoy using textiles in their work too. Look at this enormous artwork called Wrapped Reichstag.
The Reichstag building is in Berlin and it's under all that cloth! It took 100,000 square meters of silvery fabric and over fifteen kilometers (about 9 miles) of blue ropes to wrap this up! The artwork was allowed to stay for two weeks in the summer of 1995.
What an incredible sight it must have been!
You are going to make your own artworks using stretched textiles and found objects.