Agy and I are back for another beeswax wrap workshop in early July at Funan Showsuite!
Looking for a safe, natural and reusable alternative to plastic wrap and aluminium foil? Join us for this fun, hands on workshop to learn how to make your own zero-waste beeswax food storage wraps for use at home! These perfect for encasing freshly cut fruit and vegetables, and sealing a variety of cooked food, and sauces in containers.
We are pleased to collaborate with Funan for this session. During this 2 hour session, textile artist, Agatha “Agy” Lee, and self sufficiency advocate, Olivia Choong, will guide you step by step in preparing a delicately scented beeswax mixture for application on any natural fabric, and evenly setting the mixture to create a beautiful beeswax wrap, ready for you to take home for immediate use!
Once you learn how simple it is to make your own beeswax wraps, you will no longer wish to buy (and throw) plastic wrap and aluminium foil.
Each ticket is priced at $85 per participant, and includes all materials. Limited seats available, so book your spot today!
What will I learn?
We will teach you how to make your own beeswax wraps at home!
- Adequate preparation of beeswax mixture
- Even application on cloth
- Uniformly setting the mixture on cloth
- How to choose and prepare cloth for beeswax application
All materials provided!
- Pine rosin
- Jojoba oil
- 2 sets pre-cut cloth per participant (one 5″ x 5″ for a mug and one 9″ x 9″ for a bowl)
What to expect?
In this 2-hour interactive session, expect a fun learning experience:
- Hands-on learning with both facilitators
- Relaxing, cosy and supportive environment
- Minimum 5 pax to conduct the workshop
Date: 7 July 2018
Time: 11am – 1pm
Venue: Funan Showsuite, Junction of High Street and Hill Street
RSVP: Seats are limited to 10 only. Book your seat here!
**Please note: this workshop is not suitable for those who have allergies to beeswax, pine rosin and jojoba oil.
ABOUT OUR TRAINERS
Agatha “Agy” is a textile artist who is passionate about building environmentally aware communities. Her goal is getting people to reconnect with their clothes through techniques such as repair and transforming them into creative wearables (aka upcycling). Currently she is exploring embroidery and natural dyeing techniques as a way of reconnecting with our clothes, and nature too. Agatha can be found at Agy Textile Artist, and is a founding member of Connected Threads Asia and Fashion Revolution Singapore.
Olivia is a gardener, nature lover and believer of a sustainable society. She writes about gardening and sustainable living on her blog – The Tender Gardener, and raises awareness of environment-related issues through a non-profit environmental society, Green Drinks (Singapore), where she is the President and Co-founder. Very much a homebody, she likes to spend time in her garden, fussing over her chickens and watching bees in her apiary.