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Soap Making | WA

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  • Want to learn how to make goat milk soap from scratch?

    Grab a friend or two as this class is designed to be fun and informative! We will teach you how to safely make goat milk soap from scratch using the cold process method and everyone will make two pounds of their own goat milk soap to take home. All ingredients and equipment required for the class will be provided. Purchase required before the event.

    Class Length: 60-90 Minutes

    Age Requirement: 16+ We love little ones but not in this class

Customer Reviews

Based on 35 reviews
Karla Broughton

Very cool process!

Hello Karla,

Thank you for coming out to the soap making class. We noticed you only gave us two stars and we would love to hear your thoughts for improvement. Please email us at customercare@stonecityfarm.com with your suggestions.



Ruthie Sturgeon

I had a great time make soap, but I felt like the event was rushed. I would have liked the education behind the soap making process to have been more.

Hello Ruthie,

Thank you for the review and the suggestion. If you have additional questions about the soap making process, please email us at customercare@stonecityfarm.com. You're on week five and your soap will be ready to use as early as 30 October.



Lori Mohl
Just do it.

I had a blast it was, all and all pretty quick, but it was a cool experience and something different to do.

Sandra Jaouen
Good Clean Fun!

The recent soap making class offered by Stone City Farm in Walla Walla, WA was a lot of fun. The staff was extremely accommodating when my friend unexpectedly couldn’t make the class. The instructors helped me make the second batch of soap which was great. I did not realize beforehand that the soap would have to sit for 3 days to harden or need 6 to 8 weeks to cure before being used. As I am not a native to Walla Walla, this became a travel issue for me specifically. I would recommend perhaps broadening the class description to include “after care” for the project. Regardless, I was able to get my soap home successfully and really enjoyed the experience!

Great class. Enthusiastic teacher. Thank you
Wonderful afternoon

Great class. Excited to use my own soap