Collect a bunch of soap and use a half of a terry face cloth. Cut the face cloth in half fold over and sew up the two sides. Add the soap scraps and sew the last side shut. Use to wash hands up after working in the garden or garage.
Some people use the slivers in sewing to mark a seam or put your pins into. You could sew a washcloth into a pouch and put the slivers of soap in there to wash with. They can also be remade into new bars of soap:
Sue: make your own artisan soap!
My MIL crocheted a little bag to put soap pieces in and she calls it a soap sock so you could do that or use an actual sock that has no mate.
Hope this helps
I collect them and put them in a knee high stocking and still use them as soap. The stocking holds them together and helps them foam up nicely.
When my kids were small, they had trouble holding a slippery bar if soap. So I sewed them into a washcloth. I slip stitched them closed with one long thread, so it was easy to reopen when the washcloth needed to be washed and/or the soap replenished. It worked for a bar, so I would think you could fill it with pieces, too. I would just rinse it and prop it in the soap dish to dry after use.
Here's a good idea
Can you put them in a small mesh bag to use them up?
Hi Sue, yes, save every bit of soap. I melted mine in a double broiler and poured it into a mold or molds. Good luck and stay well.
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Sorry you got part of my other answer.
Hi Sue: You can put them in a jar with a bit of water until you get enough to shape it into another bar of soap. You need water in the jar to keep the bits from drying out. Once you get enough, pour it out into a cheese cloth and squeeze out as much water as you can. Then put it into a form, or roll it in a ball or make a bar and let it dry. Good luck
You could make a pocket out of a wash cloth sew all the sides leaving open a corner to add the soaps then use like that
Hi Sue, I use this method, hope you like it!