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Re: felting mittens??
Posted by: maryb (IP Logged)
Date: May 29, 2009 03:55PM

Do I have this right..you throw them into the wash machine in very hot water? With other laundry or alone? That's it ??? That will felt them? I thought someone told me you had to "beat up" the object to be felted. Thanks (in advance) for your patience. I only crochet, although I'd like to learn to knit. I'm trying to branch-out >so to speak.
Thanks for your help
I love looking things up on this site....I get "lost" for hours
maryb



Subject Written By Posted
  felting mittens?? maryb 05/28/2009 04:01PM
  Re: felting mittens?? Alex 05/28/2009 11:01PM
  Re: felting mittens?? maryb 05/29/2009 03:55PM
  Re: felting mittens?? ami 05/29/2009 08:48PM
  Re: felting mittens?? Alex 05/30/2009 10:40PM
  Re: felting mittens?? Mother Hen 05/31/2009 03:14PM


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