Hi! Where on Earth can I find a wooden tall and skinny mould in Europe? I have found a few, but they are too small or too expensive (shipping included). At themouldshop.co.uk, I could not even register because my country was not on the list. So I just didn't bother. But I calculated shipping myself based on the shipping weight he gave for the mould and the lid. Well, I can not afford 100 GBP just for shipping. But his mould was actually the only one that was sort of usable. But still a little bit too small. So I need a mould that takes from 1,2 kilo to 1,6 kilo. Preferrably around 1,5 kilo somewhere. I don't need silicone liners and all that fancy stuff. I have bought wax cloth, so I need to line only once anyway. And the mould must not be too wide, and it must be tall enough. I don't remember the sizes of all those I have googled. But something around 5 cm width and 10 cm height is appropriate. It must be solid wood, so that it insulates well. I have googled absolutely everywhere where Google Translate can reach. I mean, I don't speak all European languages, so if Google could not translate from either norwegian, english or german into something that actually does mean wooden soap mould, well, then I gave up those countries. I had to give up most countries, because Google Translate is like a joke. But I did find a lot of moulds. All of them either too wide and too low, too small, too expensive or too flimsy. I found great soap moulds in Ukraine, not tall and skinny though, but I have changed my mind lately and want that shape instead. I had a looong shopping cart at that soap and cosmetic supply company, only to discover they did not ship out of the country, grr! I've tried United States. Extreme shipping fees, so no, America is out of the question. I see Ebay and Amazon and everywhere is flowing over of that chinese crap. Not that I can't buy it, they are most likely good enough, but they are all too wide and too small. So I just need a simple tall and skinny soap mould in wood that takes around 1,5 kilo of soap, and that is collapsible or deconstructable or something. Not just a nailed box the soap can get stuck in and you have to destroy the mould to get the soap out of there. And it can't be an astronomical total price for the mould included shipping. I know Eastern Europe have good prices and good quality. So if anybody know of something there? Second hand is just as good as new. That doesn't matter. But I'm sure there are a lot of shops out there that I don't know of. And a lot of woodworkers that have a simple shop that does not pop up easily on Google. (In the UK, I have been thru regular all soaping supply stores like The Soap Kitchen and Justasoap and all the others, I'm quite sure about that. Because I have googled like crazy there until there were nothing left to find). So now I have given up trying to find a soap mould the regular way. So I ask here instead for some advice, since you all have some soap moulds and have bought it somewhere. If I can't find any, I can make myself. But I am clumsy, so I would prefer to avoid that. But it's not hard, I have gotten some inspiration, and I can manage it. But it is easier with pre-made. And there is no way that I can make a mess and a disaster by making things. I've done that before, you see. But I'll rather make a mould myself so that I can get it in the shape I want, instead of buying something too small or too big, too wide or too low. I got some inspiration from a soaper on Youtube, you see. That's why I want tall and skinny, and I want to make bigger bars. I mean, cut them with..., I give up english language. You understand, like chop them up with a bigger distance between, so that they get thicker, lumpier, deeper. Thick slices, there it came. Tall and skinny bars in thick slices. Not that I want to copy her or anything. If I some day will sell soaps, it will anyway not be in the same market, but an ocean between. So I call it inspiration rather than copying.