Beeswax Food Wrap Kit by Last Chance Textiles
This kit is easy, fun, and helps reduce waste all around. Using your home oven and the included pure beeswax (which smells incredible by the way), this kit allows you to create 3 reusable food wraps from upcycled production scraps from Last Chance's bandanas. The wraps can be used time and again to keep food fresh in place of single-use plastic.
Each kit contains a unique assortment of fabric colors and patterns. The one you receive will look different than the one pictured here, but rest assured - each comes with an appealing selection of fabrics.
- Includes three pre-cut fabrics (Large-11"x13" | Medium- 9"x9" | Small-6"x8"), pure beeswax sourced from bees in the USA, and a paintbrush for spreading the melted wax.
- Suitable for ages six and up with adult supervision and help.
- Detailed instructions are included, as well as a QR code link to more tutorials in video form.
Last Chance Textiles is a Portland, OR based small business founded by Lindsey Fout that makes colorful bandanas and scarves that feel timeless yet super special. Their hand-drawn patterns are based on historical references from around the globe (mostly textiles). Through this lens, textile traditions are both rooted and re-imagined, creating a vision and product that will stand the test of time. They utilize soft and sustainable quality fabrics like organic cotton, naturally dyed silk, and handwoven khadi.