Thursday, March 4, 2010

In The Pot Swirling - Video!

I though that I would practice a bit for my upcoming swirling demos. You will notice I like to talk.

Here is a two color swirl that I do with my Very Berry Vanilla Soap.

Part 1:




Part 2:





And here the batch is being cut!



Cut bars from another Very Berry Vanilla batch:


17 comments:

Dörte said...

auch wenn man es weiß, wie es gemaht wird, ist es immer ein Vergnügen zu schauen, Vielen Dank.

liebe Grüße Dörte

yummy suds said...

Awesome tutorial! Love the swirls! :)

Amber said...

This is so awesome! That swirling technique is like magic. I can't wait to meet you. - Amber

Teresa said...

Good Stuff!!!
Thank you!
Teresa

Ramy said...

Los jabones son preciosos.
Gracias por el tutorial.
Saludos.

Jen said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
Magdoline Hammad said...

I love your video. Your swirling technique is amazing. I will try swirling your way tonight, and then post photos on my blog. By the way where did you get your soap cutter from, it looks great?

Cams said...

I love this tutorial! Thank you so much for putting it up. Also, where did you get your silicone soap mold? It sure beats lining wooden molds with freezer paper.

Cocobong said...

Thanks for the wonderful tutorials, Christy! I posted the one on how to avoid air bubbles to my blog, because the topic had come up a few times. Please let me know, if you would rather I not post it there and i will take it off at your calling. Thank you and happy soaping! - Julia

Dani M said...

I've never seen soap being made! You do such nice work! Very talented!
xo
Dani M

Jay said...

Great post, thanks for the videos, which are perfect for teaching others...Where did you get that neato loaf cutter?

FooFooBerry said...

I saw this video on Cocobong and thought it was wonderful. Until I saw the video I never understood how to do in the pot swirl. I hope to try it soon.

Zalasoaps said...

Thank you so much for this tutorial!

In my 5 years of soaping I've never got a nice swirl. I was almost giving up, but you've inspired me to give it another chance with low temps and just a little bit of stickblending.

When I see how calm and relaxed you are working I have to laugh about myself; stickblending like mad to a trace and so stressed about pouring and 'swirling' before my mixture becomes too thick again...

Sugar Dimples said...

That blew my mind. I have never seen soap made cold process before. That was amazing. Thank you for sharing. I am inspired!

Dr.Do.Write said...

where can you purchase activated bamboo charcoal for soap making?

Palluch said...

Yes, I'd like to know where you get the silicone mold from. Was it made to order?

Andrea said...

Yes, beautiful swirls! It looks so simple... but I've never succeed with these!

I'd like to know where you get the silicone mold. Was it made to order? Thanks