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Monday, September 10, 2012

Crochet Soap Sack

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17 comments:

  1. i want to learn how to crochet too. Years and I mean years ago, i learned to crochet and did a single line thingy, same with knitting. Never made anything.

    good job on the soap bag.

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    1. Thanks! There are a ton of youtube videos... you should totally learn! Once you get a couple of stitches down, it's easy! ;-)

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  2. This is a neat idea. Here is the question - is the sack for storage or do you wash with it? Love the idea either way!

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    1. You can wash with it! :-)
      It's 100% cotton, so it's pretty cool. (Of course make sure it gets washed & dried regularly, so that it doesn't grow mildew and such. lol)

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  3. That's a really cute idea! I want to learn to make my own soap- and diaper rash cream! How do you make that? Nothing works on my little one...I have beeswax, coconut oil and cocoa butter already!

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    1. I made diaper rash cream just by melting some cocoa butter and coconut oil together, then I melted down the beeswax (just a little bit) and added it to the cocoa butter/coconut oil. I put it all in a small container, set the container on a bed of ice and stirred it all together until it was cooled and creamy. I just made a small batch and didn't measure anything. It worked great!
      Check out these sites... they are awesome and they make some really great homemade products. :-)
      http://www.mymerrymessylife.com/
      http://thenerdyfarmwife.com/
      http://www.naturallivingmamma.com/

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  4. Very nice, Susie! So simple, yet it would make a great Christmas gift, especially with some artisan soap inside. One could go crazy with the yarn colors! Thanks for sharing at Hookin On Hump Day!

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  5. Oh, and thanks for sharing my website in your last post! :)

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  6. love it! Such a great idea. I like it a lot better than those wash cloth ones you see on Pinterest. Great job!!

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  7. Love it! Perfect for handmade soaps as Sara said. :) Thank you for sharing at our Pinteresting Party! (love the new banner...lol...so true!)

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  8. Oh, how perfect!! I love it!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

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  9. Had to come in search of your crochet soap sack! Love it! I'm pinning this to my crochet board to sit and look pretty with all its crochet friends until they finally guilt me into learning! :)

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