Goat Milk Soap Workshop this Sunday

[12/1/11 update: THE CLASS IS FULL. I can’t accept any more registrations. Sorry!]

Our last workshop of the season will be this Sunday, December 4th, on Making Goat Milk Soap. If you’re interested in learning this craft, we still have a few spaces left.  Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday!

Come make soap using my milk!

For those of you who have been looking forward to coming out for a workshop, our next one is on Making Goat Cheese, January 15th. More info to come!

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8 Responses to Goat Milk Soap Workshop this Sunday

  1. kathy says:

    Love your site and have made your cheese many times! The instructions were so easy to follow as opposed to sites that made the process rather like a complicated chemistry experiment. For those of us who are not near enough to you to take your workshops, would you be willing to share some of the information you put forth in the workshops or a video link for learning? Thanks so much from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

  2. C.C. says:

    Wanted to say “thanks” for holding your workshops on Sundays. Some of us work on Saturdays! Have you ever used the Crabtree and Evelyn Goat Milk Soap? That smell is so wonderful.

  3. You’re welcome. Classes are usually on Sundays, though I try to alternate since some people can’t make Sundays. I haven’t tried the C&E soap -I pretty much only use my handmade soap. But it sounds lovely!

  4. Thanks, Kathy. I like to keep it simple! I’ll try to get more information on the site. Jen

  5. Kevin says:

    Goat Milk Soap. I’m putting a mark on my calendar for your next workshop. You are so cool.

  6. Villarina says:

    I’m too far away… do you have any online workshop??

    Anyway, nice blog & Happy New Year 2012 from Malaysia!!

    http://herbvilla.wordpress.com/

  7. Hi Villarina, I’m working on the online workshops! Thanks for stopping by! Jen

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