Soapmaking Classes in Stanfield


Hello Fellow Beeks:

Several of you have asked about soapmaking classes so when I saw Lindy Sellers class schedule, I thought of you.

Here is her website so you can sign up for the class that fits your schedule.
Sweet Harvest Homestead

I met Lindy several years ago when I was selling soaps at Stanfield Elementary School holiday sale. At that time she had taught hot process soapmaking for years and is very knowledgivle in this technique.

With the hot process technique of soapmaking, the soaps are ready immediately. With the cold process technique (this is the technique that I use) soaps must age for at least eight weeks. This close to the holidays, the hot process would give you products in time as gifts.

If I remember correctly, Lindy is also highly knowledgable about herbs and their medical properties. Check out her site.

Hope this helps you get started in soapmaking.

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About Carolyn Patricia Allen

I used to breed purebred Nubian dairy goats so I could make goat milk bath and beauty products with their milk. All of our products are made with 100 percent fresh goat milk. When I 'm not making soaps I write about life on the farmstead and care for our other critters. Most of them produce marketable products: chickens, goats, and horses give us fertilizer for our organic garden, chickens give us eggs, but the bees produce the most goods. I bottle their honey, make candles, lip balm, skin creams and lotions with their beeswax. My husband and I recently took a One Stroke painting class with Vicki Galloway so now we can paint the hives and make a few signs for the ranch.

2 thoughts on “Soapmaking Classes in Stanfield

    • Lindy is an excellent soap make and a whole lota fun. Hope it works out for you. She’s super.
      Sorry I missed the meeting too. No real problems … like many women my age, I enjoy the ocassional insomnia attack. I was up all night Wednesday and was exhausted on Thursday. Yes, I went to bed early.

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