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Annie @ knitsofacto

I love the idea of making soap but I'm lye phobic, for which blame a school chemistry lesson many years ago. If I can overcome my silly fears I'll give your tutorial a try, it looks amazing and is so well set out. Thank you :D

Olallieberry

Oh dear! Yes, a mishap can be a nasty experience. My first experience with lye was not a positive one either as I was not educated on the dangers or safe handling techniques. Fortunately I have grown quite confident now with some experience and care. Thanks for your kind comments on the tutorial!
J

petrox

Great tutorial and pix J

zephyr

Thank you so much for the tutorial.
i have to try this sometime. i love good soap.

Olallieberry

Once you get started, it really is very simple with minimal disruption in the kitchen. Well worth the final product and a lot of fun too :D

Anne@GtSlamseysFarm

Thank you for the tutorial. I've always been put off by the dire warnings of how dangerous soap making is, but it seems that if I'm sensible and follow instructions, I should be fine. I shall definitely give this a try. A

Sophie

As always I just love your photos and that lace knitting is just beautiful.
I am an essential oil junkie who loves nothing more than a hot bath to soak away the days stresses and strains so I am thinking if I were to give the soap making a go, I could combine my love of both. Thanks so much for the tutorial. I must give it a whirl!

Olallieberry

Wonderful! Please do share the results with us. Oh, and any questions or feedback on the tutorial would be greatly appreciated in the event there are kinks to work out :)

Beth

Hmmm, maybe I can actually do this, thanks for the tutorial :)

Olallieberry

You absolutely can! So easily... and it is so very satisfying :)

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