Now that the holidays are behind us, we’d like to invite you to join us for the Winter 2021 Big Crafty Series with the Indian Lake Library!
To start our craft series this winter we are re-offering one of last Fall’s most popular classes: Bees Wax Bowl Covers and Food Wrappers…
Join us January 20th for an eco-friendly craft that’ll enhance the way you store leftovers. This project is sure to be something you’ll use every day, but it also makes a great gift. These covers are a great reusable alternative to plastic wrap and foil. We’ll even show you how to fashion your finished fabric into sandwich bags and discuss other clever ways you can use the fabric to store leftovers.
First you’ll need to register by filling out the registration form found below. By registering you will receive two things you’ll need in order to participate:
- The exclusive link to the program which you will join on Wed. January 20, at 7.00 pm.
- The materials kits with the unique supplies you’ll need to make the bowl covers
While the kits will have the unique supplies, we hope you will have on hand a few basics, these are:
- an oven
- a cookie sheet or similar pan
- aluminum foil to cover the pan
- pinking shears (optional)
- clothes hanger for drying fabric
Everything else we will provide! Supplies are somewhat limited, so sign up soon!
New to online programs and not sure how to do a Zoom meeting? Not to worry! The registration form gives you the chance to ask for our help figuring out Zoom prior to the program!
Zoom links will go out Tuesdays, with a reminder sent Wednesday afternoons.
You will need an oven and a cookie sheet or similar. To protect the cookie sheet, you should cover it with aluminum foil. You’ll get full instructions during our zoom meet.