Say goodbye to clingfilm and learn how to make these incredibly handy and eco-minded Beeswax wraps.
Using just a few humble materials you will make durable wraps to cover food products. We will guide you through the process of making these fun and useful objects and you will leave having made as many as you like.
We have everything you need, but if you have a favourite fabric you would like to use, feel free to use it. Cotton is best and not too thick.
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
We will send you a kit with material, wax and everything you need to make more than 5 wraps (depending on the size you wish to make).
You will need an iron and an old towel to protect your surface or an old baking tray & an oven!
This course is taught online
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1 hour (6:30pm to 7:30pm)
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My wife and I spent a wonderful afternoon at Larkswold learning how to make scented candles. Melinda and Emma, our hosts, could not have been more welcoming and Melinda, on discovering that the course was a 16th wedding anniversary present (the traditional gift being wax), presented us with a multi-layered candle to remind us of the day.
The course, besides being great fun, was extremely informative and we learnt a lot about the art of making scented candles ... some of which now have pride of place in our home. Our less successful efforts will be burnt in the not too distant future!!
Would we visit Larkswold again ... most certainly. They offer a number of other courses that interest us ... Glass Decorations, Lino Printing, Truffle Making, Silversmithing, Willow Sculpture, Wreath Making and Arm Knitting to name but a few.
Here's to our next visit.
Response from Larkswold:Thank you so much. It was lovely to meet you both.