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How to Felt Wool In The Washer and Dryer

By: Marie Segares from undergroundcrafter.com/blog
How to Felt Wool In The Washer and Dryer_1

"Most of us have a memory of shrinking a wool garment accidentally while doing laundry. If you’ve done that, congratulations! You’ve already knitfelted, or “fulled,” your first project. Learn how to felt your wool crochet or knit projects (on purpose) in the washer and dryer."

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  • Crochet or knit project made of 100% wool yarn
  • Lingerie bag
  • Denim jeans
  • Mild detergent
  • Washer and dryer
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I use felt for a lot of my projects and I am constantly looking at the thrifts for pieces of suitable wool garments or fabrics. Sometimes I am lucky and find a sweater someone mistakenly felted so I add that to my stash.Some of the items I've made with felt are penny rugs, tea cozies, table runners or hotpads, ornaments and even a child's embroidered jacket. The best thing about felting is you don't have to finish the edges to prevent raveling. Its a great way to recycle and create something beautiful.

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