I have a confession to make….
I’m crazy about handmade soap. I discovered it’s wonderful-ness late in life–like last year when Amethyst Soap donated a busload of their “Sorcerer Stone” samples to our Harry Potter party. I checked out the site and believe me–I was hooked. ANYway, the one thing you have to be careful about with any soap, but even more so with the handmade types is that they are allowed to dry between uses. We wouldn’t want it getting all mushy, now would we?
So to help with that quest, check out my clever little Soap Sacks. Not only will they allow the soap to drip dry, but the cotton bags also act as a gentle scrubbie in the shower.
Plus, they are just perfect for all those pesky little, slippery soap ends that no one ever knows what to do with. Smart, hmmmm?
If you crochet at all–this is an easy one. You may find yourself making one for everybody in the world–they’re that easy! If you don’t crochet–fear not. We’re revamping the Etsy Shop in the next little while and these will be in it for sure.
Aren’t they just adorable?
If you’d like the pattern posted let me know. I’d be happy to share.
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I might actually use soap instead of liquid body wash if I had one of these…
I think we need the pattern–some of mom’s homemade soap is soooo soft, it would last longer if it could drip-dry and the bag would also stop the endless number of times the soap squirts out of our hands and flies around the shower stall! good idea, girl!
This is awesome. I would love to make one myself but I just can’t add one more thing to my never ending to do list. 😉 I will wait til they are in your shop.
What a great idea! These are LOTS cuter than hanging soap from an old nylon like they used to do at Girl’s Camp! Ha ha ha! Can’t wait to see these cute little guys in your shop… and to see what else you have in store!
Oh, I love this. They look great and it is an amazing idea. I haven’t tried making soap yet, but I have a couple of books and I have been toying with it for awhile now.
I have a friend who wants to make something like this and I would like the pattern to give to her if you would send it to me. My e-mail is email@example.com. Thank you. Diane S.