quarantine crafting

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Knitting has been happening and I actually finished a sweater.  More on that later.
In between cooking, cleaning, baking and knitting, the craft closet has been opened.

I have been wanting to make this soap for a couple of years.  And how cute!  Right?!  
It is so gosh darn easy, too!  You literally melt the goats milk soap base in the microwave, add honey, and pour into this mold.  
And voila!  Soap!  I thought that would be a great little something to give with a mask! :)
Of course, "potholder maker" is still a title of mine.  
And then, the Rit dye came out and Liesl and I did a little tie dying.  Looks like I spilled my coffee, but that was intentional.  It's all over the fabric and is rather cute! I promise!

We did some other tie dying as well.  A white sheet to make tie dye masks.  They are in the works.  I'll be sure to show as soon as I finish sewing.

It's amazing to me how many items can be used in the house to keep us all entertained.  If we don't have it, we improvise.  Sure feels good.

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  1. The soap is so adorable! Thank you for sharing!

  2. I've always wanted to try making soap, yours is adorable! Going through photos during this covid, I came across my MIL's recipe for making soap. She'd make bars of it then shred them to make her own laundry detergent, and used the bars to remove stains. Can i find soap molds online maybe?

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  4. It is really good initiatives. You should use the high quality disposable mask for you to go outside. It will give maximum protection against the droplet exposure of the sneezing.