About my soaps...My soaps are made in small batches and cut by hand- one bar at a time- so please expect some variance in appearance. Each one is unique. All of the milk used in my soap comes from my herd of Nigerian Dwarf goats. My soaps are all real soaps- made by using lye to saponify oils. .
BCFOL Community Market
If you're near Maryville, come see me- and lots of other local farmers and artisans- every Saturday at the Blount County Friends of the Library Community Market! From 9 to noon on the library lawn.
Meet the Maker!
I’m Elizabeth- owner, soap maker, order packer, customer service rep....you’re getting the picture right?
I grew up on the eastern shore of Maryland. Though I do love our little farm in the foothills of the Smoky mountains, it would be fair to say the Chesapeake and the Atlantic will always have my heart. When you see that I’ve made yet another water or beach themed soap, know that’s just my way of pouring a little piece of my heart into the mold.
I share my life and home with ‘my boys’- husband, son, and brother- and chaos is the word I typically choose to describe that life. Currently 29 goats, 5 chickens, 3 dogs, and 2 cats live on our farm. There’s never a dull moment here, and while I complain about it often, I don’t know that I would really want it any other way.
Family and goats and soap take up just about all of my time, but I occasionally find a few minutes to quilt or make some jewelry as well. (Exciting, right?)