New PDF release: 101 Fun to Crochet Projects

By Laura Scott

ISBN-10: 1882138171

ISBN-13: 9781882138173

Greater than a hundred and one enjoyable and fanciful initiatives are at yoru fingertips! lovely doilies, huggable toys, snuggly afghans, and lots more and plenty extra are incorporated during this jam-packed crochet publication.

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Once it is unmoulded, cut it into rough chunks for a really rustic finish (see Cutting and Curing Cold Process Soap). Pumice Pumice is a popular botanical used widely in soap-making for its gentle polishing ability. It is made from ground volcanic rocks and is more often used in the form of stones to rub hard skin from feet. These rocks are ground into a powder form that makes a superb exfoliant when added to soap, gentle enough to use on the face as well as the body. Cocoa Powder Cocoa powder is widely used in baking, but it is also used effectively in cold process soap-making as a natural colourant.

Honey 20. Vitamin E 21. Aloe vera 22. Orange slices 23. Orange peel 24. Lemon slices 25. Lemon peel 26. Desiccated coconut 27. Seaweed powder 28. Chocolate 29. Goats’ milk powder 30. Poppy seeds Techniques Cold Process Making cold process soap is as simple and pleasing as cooking, and with techniques that have barely changed over the last few hundred years, it is a traditional skill that is easy to master. Cold process handmade soap is gentler and less drying than commercial soap as it retains glycerine as a natural by-product.

Seal the top and keep the mould upright then freeze to release the soap and cut once defrosted. Botanical Basics Bentonite clay is a green volcanic clay that is often used in face masks to absorb oils, calendula oil is naturally healing and soothes irritation, and tea tree essential oil has antiseptic and antifungal properties. Together they combine to make a great shave. Rosebud Bundt Technique: Cold Process Beautifully scented with rose geranium and a blend of essential oils, and naturally coloured with pink clay, this truly feminine soap cake is perfect for a hen party or baby shower.

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