I’ve been making soap! You? (Details of my latest soaping adventures coming soon.)

See Grow Your Own Goji Berries today at Farm Bell Recipes.


  1. Grandmatotwochicks says:

    I have been making my own shampoo bars, and I am loving them!! I love soaping!!!!!!!! :snoopy:

  2. Carmen C. says:

    LOL, I’ve been making soap too:D Mine has peppermint essential oil added to TRY to beat this heat in PA!

  3. Mary from Baton Rouge says:

    That is the one thing that I had on my to do list and have not accomplished yet this summer. I had better get going though since school starts in a month! Can’t wait to read about your latest soaping adventure.

  4. Deb says:

    your a tease!!!! :happyflower: lol

  5. Connie says:

    Not recently, but you have given me the push to make another batch!

  6. KentuckyFarmGirl says:

    I have everything to try it except the time! If I can find time, I’ll be soaping too!

  7. Cin says:

    WARNING; SOAP MAKING IS ADDICTIVE! I keep meaning to find my local chapther of soap making anon. and then I say “after my next batch”. lol.;) Love your site.

  8. CasieD says:

    I made two batches a few months ago and I’m getting the itch to make some more. I have powdered goat milk and a few EO’s to try out this time!

  9. Sheryl at Providence Acres Farm says:

    Soon! Very soon now it’ll be time to start getting ready for Christmas.

  10. Shirley says:

    I don’t know where to get the lye to make the soap. I can find the other items(I think). Do you order your ingredients from someplace?

    I’d like to make some of the shampoo bars and just soap for Christmas gifts.

  11. Shirley says:

    Ignore that last question about finding lye. I went back and read your post on soap making lesson 1.


  12. Linda Goble says:

    I can’t wait. Would love to try to make soap. I use the laundry soap and the fabric softer sponges. I just love your site. I must read it every day. My husband justloves me telling all the stories.

  13. Darlene in North Ga says:

    I haven’t bought any in a while, but I used to be able to get Red Devil Lye from Ace Hardware store. I think you have to ask for it now, but I think it’s still available.
    (It’s kept behind the counter now as it’s one of the ingredients that people can use to make meth.) And if I was going to make a lot of soap and so I was going to buy a LOT of lye, I’d be taking a bar of soap with me for proof of what I’m doing with it.

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