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Jar Bonnet

Jar Bonnet

Regular price $8.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $8.00 USD
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The perfect addition to your natural kitchen! Use jar bonnets to cover all your ferments: sourdough starter, kombucha, ginger bugs, water kefirs and more. Natural linen bonnets are sized for jars up to 4 inches wide. Its elastic banding allows it to reach over standard, wide mouth, and larger jars. Bonnets are double lined for durability and thickness, giving your ferments the air flow they need without allowing them to become crusty or dry on top. 

Linen jar bonnets are reversible, featuring one patterned or colored side and a white inner lining. Currently avaliable in sage, steel blue, mustard (linen blend), tan pinstripes, and blue broad stripes.

Linen is a natural fiber that becomes softer overtime and can shrink under high temperatures. For best results in your linen products, wash in cool water and tumble dry on medium or air dry.

Jars not included.



Wood is a natural material, and as such, there will be variations in the grain, color, and texture of any wood product. These variations are a natural part of the beauty of wood, and they cannot be completely eliminated.

In addition, wood products that are handcrafted will also exhibit variations. This is because each handcrafted product is made by a human being, and no two people will create a product that is exactly the same.

We do our best to match the wood grain and color of our products as closely as possible. We also cannot guarantee that handcrafted products will be identical to each other.

If you have any questions about the variations that may occur in our wood products, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Some items will have a 1 to 2 week lead time as they are built to order. While other items are ready to ship.

Care Instructions

How to DESTROY your wood product. 

Step One: Never oil your wood product regularly. 

Step Two: Soak/submerge in water. 

Step Three: Wash in dishwasher. 

Congratulations your board is now warping, coming apart at the seams, and is rougher than the sandpaper used to finish it.

Now that we have that out of the way. 

How to keep your wood goods happy

In all seriousness if you stay away from doing those three steps your wood product will last for many years. 






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