The same friend that taught me to make homemade soap in May taught me to make felted soap a couple of weeks ago. (This post is way behind!) Making felted soap is actually super easy and makes a great fun, creative gift. I didn’t take picture during the process, but there are already some great tutorials on how to do it. Frugal Kiwi breaks the process up into two parts: how to wet felt the soap and how to needle felt a design on top. I used a piece of my friend’s amazing homemade soap, wet felted in a natural off white fiber, then needle felted a cat and ball of yarn on top. The only real variation from what Fugal Kiwi describes is that we used bubble wrap to create friction rather than a sushi bamboo mat. I had a great experience. If you are looking for a new, easy craft, I would definitely recommend making felted soap!
Difficulty: Wet Felting-Easy, Needle Felting-Moderate
Time Required: 30 minutes
Overall Experience: Excellent
Reblogged this on Adventures in Learning New Skills and commented:
I have tried twice to felt soap with no success. I’ll have to try again.
Good luck! If you have any questions, let me know.
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