How to Wet Block Crochet Projects

How to Wet Block Crochet Projects

How to Wet Block Crochet Projects
How to Wet Block Crochet Projects
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You many not think blocking your crochet projects is necessary, but trust us, it will put the finishing touches on whatever you’re working on. If your project is made with natural fibers like wool, the wet blocking will cause the yarn to release a little and show off the shape of those cool stitches you made. All you need is a tub of water, some wool soap (or a gentle shampoo), some pins, and a place to lay out your project, like a blocking mat or a flat stretch of carpet, and some towels.
 

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