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Erin's Cool Strawb Lattice Soap from the SWI
  • Difficulty Intermediate

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Erin's Cool Strawb Lattice Soap from the SWI

I recently visited Bramble Berry in beautiful Bellingham, USA, and was a guest teacher at Otion's Soap Weekend Intensive in August, 2010.  I was teaching beginner's Cold Processed Soapmaking and Advanced Cold Processed Soapmaking Workshops.  It was such a great weekend, so much soaping, so little time!

One of my co-teachers, was the talented Artisan Soaper Erin Pikor who taught this project (and another fun and fab project) and who is currently working on her first book when she is not busy soaping!  Scroll through to see some of the stages (apologies for the colour variation as we used several cameras!).

Melt & Pour Soaps

The great thing about this project is you can make it in a slab, and either cut it into squares, or use a cookie cutter and make cute round pies, and put the left over into other project as embeds in either Melt & Pour Soap or Cold Processed Soap.  It is not overly complicated when you see the Step by Step Tutorial on Soap Queen, it all reveals itself!

Melt & Pour Soaps

 

Melt & Pour Soaps

 Erin's full tutorial is here on the Soap Queen Blog

You'll find Erin Pikor's Blog Here with Links to her Etsy Shop.

We cannot import Strawberry Seeds for this project (due to quarantine restrictions),
so you can either save your own and allow them to dry well, or subsitute with some poppy seeds or other berry seeds.  Jude