Becky, my DW loves to sew about as much as I love to make soaps ans soap tools! She never would use my bar of homemade soap, didn't like the way it felt in her hands. We were wondering what to do. She came up with the idea to make this sack that holds the bar of soap with a loop on it to hang it over the shower head to drip dry between uses. Wala, The TOG Soap Bar Sack was born. Then she made a wider washcloth size one with a Velcro closure on top to refill with soap shavings. We sell the shavings by the ounce at craft shows with her two products. You can grade soap in the food processor, place in the glass "candy" jars at a show and use tongs, remove and weight out shavings placing them into a Zip-Lock baggie. There you have it! She has made and sold over 500 of these items to the public and one online retailer we sell my TOG Tools to. Here are some pictures;Becky said:Hey Paul, what is a 'bar sock saver'? It sounds interesting.
DSPS is Dianna's Sugar Plumb Sundries, an online soap supplier. She sells my TOG Soapmaking Tools, too. She ordered a few hundred of these item from my wife, but as far as I know, she did something else with them. :?Lucy said:What is DSPS please and how much does she charge?
I make these with micro-fiber cloth and elastic in the top. They are sturdier that the one in the local 99cent store.