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EweniqueEssentials

Location

Fleming Island, Florida, United States

Quick Blurb

Enjoy the simple pleasure of homemade luxury soaps, hand knit accessories and kitchen housewares

Interests

quilting, soapmaking, knitting, reading

Skills and Techniques

My homemade luxury soap is made using the cold process method of soap making, where sodium hydroxide is mixed with oils and butters resulting in a chemical reaction which produces soap. Small batches are made in my kitchen and, I develop soap formulas which result in soap that produces a silky, bubbly lather that gently cleans the skin. My luxury soap is made with fine vegetable oils and butters, scented with body safe fragrance oils, and colored with natural pigments.

Find me online @:

http://www.facebook.com/EwesSoap https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/10… http://www.facebook.com/Ewenique… http://www.TheLatheredLamb.com

Get to Know

My name is Debbie Lamb, and I'm a quilter, a knitter, and a soap maker. The process of making useful handmade items that are both pretty and practical is enjoyable and satisfying. Over the years I have made numerous quilts, afghans, patchwork bags and pouches. I've always loved needle crafts and have tried my hand at just about every type that involved a needle and colorful thread or yarn. My handmade luxury soaps are a delight to the senses! Formulated for gentle cleansing, my handmade soap is made with lots of naturally good for your skin ingredients. Live simply. Use soap.

When I was a teenager, my dear mom helped me learn to sew. She has always made stylish clothing for herself and others. Under her guidance I learned the importance of neatness and careful execution to produce a finished handmade product of high quality. She taught me not to overlook small details. Over time I found my niche in quilting and have made dozens of quilts and wall hangings. Now I enjoy making smaller quilted projects like zipper pouches and hot pads. My mother in law taught me to knit. She emigrated from Europe as a young adult after World War II. Over her lifetime she knit everything from cotton dishcloths, socks, and sweaters, to delicate lace doilies, bedspreads, and tablecloths. When she was no longer able to continue knitting, she gave me her patterns and needles. I treasure them, just as I treasure her. These two women have had a tremendous impact on my life. It is their legacy that has been passed down through my handicrafts.

Thanks for stopping my by shop! I appreciate your interest.

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