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Handcrafted Soap

3.63  ·  Rating Details  ·  27 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
With this text, readers can begin making their own soap using the hot-processed technique method with simple melt-and-pour soap bases found at many craft shops. Step-by-step photographs and detailed instuctions provide readers with everything they need to know to make soap from scratch.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published October 20th 2002 by Northlight
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Christine MM
Sep 24, 2013 Christine MM rated it really liked it
This is for hot process soapmaking. Boone invented crock pot hot process soapmaking. This book was published in 2003 and was the first book to outline this process. It also covers oven hot processing in the pot and using a double boiler. 28 recipes are included and she gives enough info for you to formulate your own custom oil blend soaps and base info for you to custom blend essential oils. In the shared recipes she favors using FD&C synthetic colorants for bold colors like deep purple and ...more
Frances
Apr 04, 2010 Frances rated it really liked it
Shelves: crafts
Some of the tables were labeled incorrectly, but the explanation was correct above the table, so it was easy enough to figure out (amounts of distilled water for making up recipes). This is a great book for beginning and provides pictures for most steps of the process so you can be relatively sure that things are going correctly. My soap did not look exactly like the picture when it was finished, but I turned to the FAQs section, and followed the advice there.
Jessica
Sep 18, 2011 Jessica rated it it was amazing
Shelves: crafts
This is my favorite soapmaking book, and also the book that introduced me to hot process soapmaking. It's not an easy book to find, but if you can get your hands on a copy, I highly recommend it!
Susan
Jul 06, 2013 Susan rated it really liked it
Great step-by-step instructions, with pictures, for the different soapmaking processes. Describes various ingredients and additives. Recipes don't seem to have the precision of some other texts.
Jennifer
Oct 20, 2009 Jennifer rated it it was ok
Great photos of the soap making process, but overall, this book didn't do much for me. Seemed to be a bit equipment heavy overall.
Teresa
Jan 05, 2009 Teresa rated it liked it
Shelves: reference
Nice, readable instructions on making hot-process soaps. Beautiful photos too.
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