Red Robin Soaps

Red Robin Soaps was the very beginning of our home business. I've been making homemade artisan soaps since December, 2010, later adding lotions, balms, and lotion bars. I also create many knitted and crocheted items -- clothing, washcloths, shopping bags, and decorative items.

To read about my soap-making business before we moved to the farm in August, 2015, please click here. You'll find a page on my personal blog dedicated to soap and lotion-making. After August, 2015, all soap and lotion-making posts will be found here on the farm blog.

Thank you!

Soap-Making posts after August, 2015:
September, 2015 -- I make my first batch of soap since moving to the farm -- coconut mango, tea tree, lemongrass, lavender, and linen-scented.
October, 2015 -- I work toward new packaging for my soaps, moving away from plastic zip bags and toward burlap and twine.
November, 2015 -- photos of some yarn items for sale, plus photos of a new soap batch curing for Christmas sales at the farmers' market

Posts about my weaving projects:
Woven purses -- January, 2016
Red-and-White plaid runner and Carolina Blue scarf -- January, 2016
Herringbone table-topper, my favorite piece yet -- January, 2016
Starting the blue inclusion scarf -- December, 2015
Multi-colored scarf - December, 2015
Two posts on my first weaving project, a table topper: Here and Here -- December, 2015

Some photos of my woven items:

My wonderful Bee Balm, a body/face lotion so good for dry, cracked, winter skin:
An example of the fingerless gloves I make for sale at the market:
 One of the large crocheted stripey blankets I've made:


  1. Hey Mary Catherine! If you are going to be at the Farmers Market this weekend before the parade (fingers crossed for no rain), could you bring at least 3 bars of the shampoo for me? I am absolutely hooked! That stuff is amazing. Thank you! (your former neighbor) ~Leah


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