Zero Waste: Kitchen


Zero Waste: Kitchen. The second in the Zero Waste series. Turn your kitchen into a waste-free zone with these crafty solutions for everything from ‘unpaper’ towels to citrus antibacterial wipes and handmade dishcloths


Introducing, Zero Waste: Kitchen. The zero waste movement is huge. This collection will help you to craft your own zero waste solutions – create beeswax wraps for storing food, make your own paper caddy liners and create herb pots from empty bottles.

Whether you’re a committed crafter or new to making, there is something for you everyone no matter what your skill level is. The Zero Waste movement and lifestyle is about reducing your impact on the environment through small, sustainable changes.

Choose from projects and tutorials for the kitchen including sewing, crochet, upcycling and reuse ideas. Upcycling gurus Emma and Christine show you how to turn your kitchen into a zero-waste zone with step-by-step instructions and some clever crafting. Packed full of original ideas, Zero Waste: Kitchen will help you to live the zero-waste way and improve your efforts to reduce, reuse and recycle while having fun. From making reusable kitchen wipes, to beeswax lunch bags, each sustainable idea is easy-to-follow. Giving you everything you need to bring your kitchen into a sustainable future.

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More by Christine Leech: Zero Waste: Gift Wrap
More by Emma Friedlander-Collins: Crochet Hacking

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Dimensions 203 × 203 mm

Lifestyle, Upcycling



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Crafty ideas for sustainable kitchen solutions


David & Charles

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David & Charles

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