Hinoki Wood is one of those fragrances that I can't decide about. Is it more floral? Because it has notes of lavender, jasmine, rose, and orange blossom. Or is it more musky? Because it also has cedar, patchouli, vanilla musk, and clove. This is a sharp fragrance, and wouldn't be good for people who like lighter scents -- but if you are the spicy sort, this is right up your alley! | HaldeCraft — Hinoki Wood scented soap in a Longevity Knot design
This "Cherry Blossom" design is one that I use for herbal soaps typically ones like Rosemary Mint White Tea & Ginger and Wild Mint and Ivy... but also sometimes more fruity-herbal ones like Raspberry Lemonade and Champagne Sugar. You could find some of these in your mailbox next year if you signed up for my "Year of Soap" subscription service (http://ift.tt/2fBsgct); once a month I send you a bar of soap in a fragrance family you tell me you like. For a full year you don't have to think…
Dewberries are closely related to blackberries, and this fragrance is slightly similar although not as sweet. As this fragrance is also mixed with a little bit of Valencia Orange and a touch of Black Plum, that adds to the complexity but actually brings the fragrance into a lighter realm. It's a surprisingly light fragrance and might be good for those looking for something not too overt! HaldeCraft — Dewberry scented soap in a Floral Leaf design
Reserved for cityknits--lavender grey yarn bowl with scrolls
Advice from a Caterpillar, inspired by a scene in the beloved book, Alice in Wonderland... "You'll get used to it in time," said the Caterpillar; and it put the hookah into its mouth and began smoking again. Grassy and herbal, yet not smoky, this fragrance is exactly what you'd expect from someone who sits upon a mushroom thinking deep thoughts and dispensing obscure wisdom.