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Today we are going to Felt Soap.
This is agreat Spring Time and Easter Holiday Craft Project.
There is no experience necessaryand it is a great project to make with kids.
Felted Soaps make great gifts! They look likeEaster Eggs when you add them to your Basket of Goodies.
They smell yummy, are a greatconversation piece, and you will never want to shower without the exfoliating power offelted soap again.
The Materials you will need are: Wool Roving,Soap, Water, and Nylons Step One: Wrap Wool Roving around Soap.
I like to pull the Wool Roving apart and loosely wrap around the soap.
Make certain to makeit not too thick, but also not too thin.
Step Two: Place Soap inside Nylons.
Wrap theNylons around your soap, to keep the wool roving in place.
Step Three: Felt by Rubbing Under Hot-ColdWater.
Switch between hot and cold water, as yourub the soap.
I like to felt up 2 soaps at a time, rubbing them together, to save time.
Be patient! Step Four: Remove from Nylons After 10 to15 Minutes.
Remove the soap slowly from the nylons.
Thewool may stick to the nylons, so do it slowly! Step Five: Set to Dry for 1 to 2 days.
Usually, soaps dry within 24 hours.
But, if you are giving it as a gift, allow 2 daysto ensure your soap is completely dry.
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Happy SpringTime! Bye!.