This is what the laundry soap looks like it globs together after it cools and I mix it up with a spoon and put it a clean milk jug. I fill the jug a little less than half way full and top it off with water. The recipe I use makes five gallons of concentrate that you dilute in half. The container I'm using is a half gallon undersized so I cut the concentration in the jugs a bit to compensate. It's quick and easy to make.
Here is a jug filled and ready to go. If friends stop by while I'm making soap or pouring it into containers I send them home with a half gallon to try. It is inexpensive enough that I do not mind and figure if they like it that will save them so much money in the long run. Unless my memory fails me and I will come back and correct this later if I find it to be an error. My friend and I calculated it costs a few points over 3cents for a load of laundry! Not too bad!
I decided at lunch after I finished washing up the dishes to make a bath of Chocolate No-Bake Cookies. They are so delicious... Oddly enough I can remember when I didn't care for cookies!
Here is a quick photo of the circle quilt you might remember from my beginning posts. I am still working on it as I have time. It is going to be rather large. I am ready to pin and sew the next row on and will have 18 more rows to do before I can start on the next stage.