How to make a fabric cover for dish

By GSL Categories: Food, Sustainable Gifts
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Once upon a time we used to use cling film, or plastic wrap, and then the more sustainable folk started using fabric wax wraps. (there is a course on our website). I find fabric food covers more hygienic, as you can wash them at 30 degrees without them turning into a ball of wax, and they don’t stain like the fabric wax wraps do. Also, you can make them with scrap – and if you ask around I am sure you can find someone who has some elastic they can spare.

What Will You Learn?

  • How to make a fabric cover for dish

Course Content

How to make a fabric cover for dish

  • Cut out your template out of cardboard.
  • Cut out 2 pieces of fabric from the template
  • Sew fabric
  • Finishing the project

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