With Kirsty Mootz
Ditch the plastic cling wrap and start using sustainable, reusable wraps for your fruit, vegetables, snacks and to cover bowls! In this live online workshop, you will learn how to make two beeswax wraps in the comfort of your home.
In this workshop you will be using your oven and a baking tray and your teacher Kirsty of Parva: Little Things will demonstrate two different ways to make them.
This is an online workshop! We will send you a physical Materials Kit with all the special materials you need for your workshop (this may exclude some tools and materials you might have at home). The class fee includes shipping to anywhere in Australia. Please provide your postal address in the “Comments” when you make a booking. You should receive your Materials Kit within 1 week of booking.
In your Materials Kit, you will receive fabrics and beeswax needed for class with a digital booklet emailed to you after class. Please unpack your fabric bundle and iron your fabric pieces ready for class.
Making beeswax wraps is the perfect indoor activity to keep you busy and it’s a big bonus for the environment too!
This workshop will be delivered via the Zoom platform. You can download this program for free for any computer or device. 1 week prior to your class date you will be sent a link to the Zoom Meeting for your class. At the time of your class you can join the Meeting to join your class.
This workshop is suitable for complete beginners. Please note you will need to have access and be able to use an oven.
This workshop is a collaboration with the City of Sydney Council, to provide affordable workshops and to connect our community.
- A small and medium-sized piece of cotton
- Organic beeswax pellets
- A baking tray
- Two sets of tongs
- Optional not essential: pastry brush or paintbrush and baking paper
- Make sure you iron your fabric prior to the class
About Kirsty Mootz
Kirsty Mootz is the maker behind Parva Skincare specialising in handmade organic skincare using Australian Certified Organic and locally sourced and foraged ingredients. She is self taught and very passionate about reducing the impact our skincare products have on the Earth and our bodies. Kirsty now shares her tips and tricks through teaching workshop and her products.