Smart Soapmaking: The Simple Guide to Making Traditional Handmade Soap Quickly, Safely, and Reliably, or How to Make Luxurious Handcrafted Soaps from Scratch for Family, Friends, and Yourself

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Shepard Publications, 2007 - Crafts & Hobbies - 115 pages
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User Review  - dms02 - LibraryThing

I have yet to make soap based on this book..but the book made me ready to want to dive in. The book is written very straightforward and seems to cut away a lot of the fear in trying your hand at a new project. I rad through it in one sitting. I look forward to rereading and testing it out. Read full review

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This is a great book; it's a shame the author chose Google Books. Google Books, I have paid for this book and I have tried over 20 times to retrieve the pages. I am logged into my account and cannot access material I've paid to view. You cannot be reached via phone. I'm deleting my account here and never coming back, never.  

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About the author (2007)

Anne L. Watson made soap professionally under the company name Soap Tree before deciding that soapmaking was more fun as a hobby than a business. In her other life, she is now retired from a long and honored career as a historic preservation architecture consultant. Her other published books include two novels, "Pacific Avenue" and "Skeeter: A Cat Tale," plus the cookbook "Baking with Cookie Molds." Anne, her husband, Aaron, and their cat, Skeeter, live in Friday Harbor, Washington.

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