Wax wraps are a natural, reuseable and eco-friendly alternative to cling film, and they're easy and fun to make too!
In this class you'll learn to make your own wraps using natural materials; 100% cotton fabric, beeswax, pine resin and jojoba oil. The properties of the ingredients make the wraps naturally antibacterial, so they're great for storing food. They can be washed and reused, meaning you can cut down on your single-use plastics and help the environment, and they'll look fab too.
You'll have a choice of several funky fabrics to use, and you'll go home with at least 3 wraps.
Suitable for complete beginners, you will be guided through every step by Wendy, owner of The Little Craftery, and life-long crafter.
The workshop runs for approximately 1-1½ hours. Enjoy a chat with like minded people and learn some new skills! All materials, instructions, tea, coffee and biscuits are included in the price!
Praise for other classes at The Little Craftery:
"A really good class, very enjoyable. The class was small so very personal teaching! I've already put what I learnt into practice! Thank you." - Sheila
"Really enjoyed the chain mail bracelet making, Wendy was so patient and it was so relaxing. Thank you" - Lisa Jayne
"A lovely afternoon making my bracelet, I'll try to do more at home with what I learnt thank you wendy for offering to help me later if i have trouble at home i might take you up on that when i've forgotten ha ha ha" - Jean
Making Wax Wraps
Anyone over the age of 16 is welcome! Suitable for complete beginners, it's a nice relaxed and friendly class.