Introduction: Felted Soaps

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This is a great way to preserve your soaps. also it’s a built in wash cloth! Great handcrafted gifts too! Also great for the whole family to do!

Step 1: Supplies

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Get supplies together. What you will need is a boot mat. Can get at Walmart for $4. Nylon sock. Dish soap. Merino or corriedale roving. Bar of soap. 2 bowls, one for hot water and other or cold water.

Step 2: Wrap the Soap

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Wrap the bar both horizontal and vertical

Step 3: Wrapping the Soap in a Sock

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I found the best way to wet felt soaps is to prep it before adding it to the sock. This helps prevent the wool from moving and corners not covered. I put some dish soap on my hand, grab the bar of soap get it wet in hot water. I squish the wet wool around the bar. Make sure the soap is not exposed. Then add to the nylon sock.

Step 4: Felting

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Scrub the soap on the boot mat for 5- 10 mins. Alternating from hot and cold water. You will know when you soap is done when it sticks to the sock, and you can pull with out it coming off.

Step 5: Finished Bar

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When you take the soap out, press it in a dry towel. Let sit over night. Also you can join my Facebook group for felting soaps, Fiber Artist Felted Soaps


rbhurtel1 (author)2017-11-02

Nice idea!

Swansong (author)2017-10-19

That looks pretty, I haven't seen this done with soap before :)

It's a great way to make your soap last longer. You can also needle felt the soaps too

kathy4lee (author)2017-10-19

Nice design!

Thank you

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Bio: Bath and body care. Fiber arts and felted soaps
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