Molding, Waiting, Soaping!
It's time to pour your soap mixture into a soap mold. You can use a large mold block (which you saw into bars after the soap is completed), or small soap molds, whichever you like. Cover with a towel, and set in a warm place. You'll notice that the soap will actually get warmer as saponification kicks in, so keeping it covered can help keep that process moving steadily.
Immediately after you set the soap to mold, you'll need to clean up, and do so carefully. Keep your goggles and gloves on, as the residue in the pot can still be quite harsh against skin. Use hot, liberally soapy water to clean all items used in the soap making process, especially the container you had your lye water in.
After a full day or so, your soap is solid enough to remove from the mold and, if you like, cut into bars. However, you should wait several weeks (a month to be safe) to make sure the soap finishes saponification, and fully cures, so as not to be irritating to skin. Once you've waited long enough, your soap is ready to enjoy. Learning how to make homemade organic soap may seem like a challenge at first, but it's definitely worth it when you first lather up with a refreshing bar you crafted yourself.