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The soap turned out fine. I was worried but all good.
 

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Not quite. It's the Pot Swirl technique.
Very easy to do and results are fabulous.
Basically I divided the batch into 2 parts (you can divide into more if you wish).
The main part is in the one pot either white or colour. I mix colour into the second smaller pot and pour that into the first larger pot. I usually pour into one spot in the centre or just off.
Then without mixing I pour from the large pot into the log mould running up and down the log mould as I go. This creates a beautiful swirl.
 

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Not quite. It's the Pot Swirl technique.
Very easy to do and results are fabulous.
Basically I divided the batch into 2 parts (you can divide into more if you wish).
The main part is in the one pot
So beautiful! Is that a drop swirl on the white & off white soap ? I want to learn this swirl and is it a good swirl for a beginner soaper? Thank you. Can't wait until I can make soap like this! It's lovely.

either white or colour. I mix colour into the second smaller pot and pour that into the first larger pot. I usually pour into one spot in the centre or just off.
Then without mixing I pour from the large pot into the log mould running up and down the log mould as I go. This creates a beautiful swirl.
 
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Not quite. It's the Pot Swirl technique.
Very easy to do and results are fabulous.
Basically I divided the batch into 2 parts (you can divide into more if you wish).
The main part is in the one pot


either white or colour. I mix colour into the second smaller pot and pour that into the first larger pot. I usually pour into one spot in the centre or just off.
Then without mixing I pour from the large pot into the log mould running up and down the log mould as I go. This creates a beautiful swirl.
Thank you for explaining. Am going to do this with my next soap making.
 

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