Farm Crochet™ – Soap Sack
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This beautifully crocheted Soap Sack is designed with 100% organic cream-colored cotton yarn. Importantly, no dyes or bleach were used to process the yarn. It was made to last by using a double thickness yarn that gives it a soft and luxurious feel and a chunky, stylish look. This Soap Sack has a drawstring that can be tied to keep each bar you are using securely inside. Place your favorite handmade soap inside and watch it lather up to a creamy and luxurious pile of suds. Designed to stay in the palm of your hand while showering, this Soap Sack is soft and gentle to your skin. Thoughtfully made with a massaging side and a flat side, you can use either one depending on your bathing needs.
Handmade soap is wonderful and can be a bit more costly than your average store bought version due to its premium ingredients list. Why not use it all up? When you are left with little bits and pieces of your prized handmade soap, you can throw them into the Soap Sack and use it all to the very last crumb.
Instructions for care: Preferably take the bar of soap out of the Soap Sack after every use. Hang it to dry. Repeat.
-4.5”L X 3”W
Stephanies Farm Story:
Simeon and I married young, just out of college. We spent the earliest days of our marriage working hard and advancing in our careers—Simeon in technology, while I became an RN. On the other hand, we are located in California’s Central Valley known for its diverse and abundant agriculture and have many local farming friends within the historical Wood Colony area of Stanislaus County. We started dreaming about what our future might look like if we could raise our kids and farm alongside them.
So our “plan to establish our farm” was made. After waiting, looking, saving, waiting and saving some more we were able to purchase a 3 acre lot nestles between almond orchards.
Our kids have joined us in our excitement of creating a home and farm life for our family that will get us outdoors, growing our own food and working together. In July 2018 we will break ground on a straw bale tuscan-style farmhouse.
In the meantime, we have learned many useful homesteading skills including soap making and crochet. I currently source agricultural products from our immediate farm neighbors in the Wood Colony area – honey, almonds and beeswax – to use in my soap making endeavors. We offer high quality handmade soap and crochet products straight from our farm!