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DIY Beeswax wraps - workshop #2

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Unit 1 - 170 Montague Rd

West End

QLD 4101

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Beeswax food wraps are a natural reusable alternative to plastic such as cling film, zip lock bags and containers. By using beeswax wraps you can eliminate the amount of plastic you throw away and your exposure to the toxins found in plastics. Wrap sandwiches, snacks and other lunch items, cover bowls and plates. You can even fold them into containers!

In this workshop you will learn

  1. How to choose your fabrics and prepare them

  2. How to prepare the beeswax recipe and apply it to your fabric

  3. How to use and wash your beeswax food wraps

You should go home with around 8 wraps and the knowledge to make more.

At the end of the workshop you can purchase a kit that contains all the ingredients needed to make more at home!

No creative experience necessary.


What to bring

- Wear clothes you don't mind getting messy

- Any specific fabrics you would like to turn into wraps. Reusing old clothes, linens, or other fabric is a great way to give them new life!

    • Fabrics should be lightweight with a tight weave. They should also be natural fibres such as cotton or linen.

    • Please pre-wash before the workshop.

    • You will need at least 80cm X 115cm of fabric. This will yield at least:

      • 3 large 36x36cm

      • 3 medium 31x31

      • 3+ Small 21x21cm wraps.

    • Templates for cutting these sizes will be available

    • We will also have pre-cut fabric available for purchase on the day

Appropriate for: Beginners

SPECIAL TICKET $10

The participants of the first workshop can rewax the previous fabric and make new ones as well



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