About this event
Join DIY instructor Cara Corey for a 1-hour online Zoom class, where you will learn how to make reusable food wraps using fabric and melted beeswax. Save money and plastic waste by making your own wraps for covering leftover foods or storing snacks, sandwiches and more.
The class will run Saturday, July 18 at 11 a.m. Pacific / 1 p.m. Central time for one hour.
You can purchase a spot in the class with or without a full supply kit mailed to you. Normally the kits are $18, but with the class they are only $15.
You will also need to have a regular clothes iron and a piece of foil to protect it. You will need a table covered with an old towel or an ironing board as a work surface. If you are providing your own supplies, I will send you a full supply list before the class.
The kit includes:
• beeswax mixture
• 4 pieces of colorful, modern fabrics
• parchment sheets
• needle, thread and buttons for optional button closures
• instruction sheet
If you would like to receive a kit, please sign up at least 5 days in advance of the class, so that there is time to mail it to you.
I'm Cara, the designer behind Cara Corey Designs. I started off as a maker of chunky knit and crochet items and have transitioned into being a teacher as well. I love simple, modern patterns for projects that are easy for beginners to learn AND finish. I grew up in Kansas, and after 9 years in the San Francisco Bay Area, have relocated to St. Pa...