Playing With Soap has a helpful post, complete with photos, on layering Cold Process Soap. Click here to see it.
I do layers the same way: pour at a very pudding thick trace and try to work quickly.
I’ve heard other soapmakers actually make three batches (rather than separating one big batch into three parts), one right after another. The time in between batches allows the layers to harden enough to support the next layer.
Hi Lyly –
I think that Playing with Soap made her blog private, invitation only, after she did this lovely public tutorial.
Bummer! If I find another layering instruction, I will definitely post it here for everyone.
Thank you for the site. I cannot get into it. You have to have permission from the writter to see it. Can you post it? Thank you and really love the blog.
Steph, you truly are a talented soaper. I look forward to reading about your new creations.
playing with soap says
Anne-Marie–It is an absolute honor to be posted on you blog, as I consider you the “Tiger Woods or Martha Stewart” of soapmaking.
Carrie~Gigi–Thanks so much for your support and kind words 🙂 You’re the best!!!
Carrie ~ Gigi says
Playing with Soap’s “SOAP” looks awesome, it’s worth checking out…She is very talented soapmaker.