For about $35 in lumber and materials, I'm going to wind up with 8 soap molds in various sizes. 2 1-pound wide, 2 1-pound tall, 1 4-pound tall, 1 2-pound wide, 1 2-pound tall, and one that will probably hold a 4 to 5 pound batch that's both tall and wide. I've got all the pieces cut, next step is assemble then clean up edges. That materials price also includes flexible plastic cutting mats that will make permanent liners for most of these. I think I've probably got enough loaf molds now. Just need more decorative molds... :think: ETA: pic of the pre-assembly bits Now they're all assembled, just need to even up edges some and make sure there aren't any splinters. All of the cuts are freehand with a small cordless circular saw. I don't have a proper saw table with rails and jigs and all that. There are screws going up from the bottom into the endcaps on each of the molds, in addition to the ones from either side.