Join us for a weekend where we will go deeper into the wonderful craft of soap making.

We will begin this two-day hands-on workshop by refreshing our understanding and practice of making cold-process soaps using plants harvested from the farm. We will then work with various techniques of refining the soap making process and make some specialty soaps including milk-based soap, marbled soap, embedding hand-built shapes into soap and will explore other creative possibilities in this fascinating craft. The course will suit those who have some background in soap making though previous experience with soap making is not essential.

You will leave with a collection of your own soaps and the knowledge and skills to carry on crafting soap at home.

About the Tutor:

Jonathan Code is a lecturer with the Crossfields Institute InternationalJonathan developed soap making as an educational workshop while working at Ruskin Mill College - a land-based FE college in Gloucestershire. Over the last twenty years he has taught this fascinating craft to college students and teachers, in public workshops both nationally and internationally, and in the context of professional development for staff in a number of organisations.


This is a non-residential course.
Course times: Saturday & Sunday 9:30am - 4:30pm.
Includes a delicious seasonal lunch each day.