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Blocking knitting in the round
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Jul 11, 2018 22:07:04   #
I am knitting a sundress with Cascade Cotton pima yarn for my great-granddaughter . What is the best way to block it?
Jul 11, 2018 23:41:05   #
GrumpyGramma (a regular here)
I think I would tumble dry it most of the way then lay it out flat, shape as needed or even consider letting it finish on a hanger. How will it be cared for in the future? I'd expect it will just go in the dryer.
Jul 12, 2018 02:07:34   #
Peggy Beryl
Some very innovative ideas have been expressed in the past on this subject. The best way to find some of them is to click on "search" in the top line of subjects at the top of this page (right under the Knitting Paradise title) and check out some of the entries. You will need to differentiate between blocking "in the round" and blocking "round projects."
Jul 12, 2018 03:22:32   #
klrober (a regular here)
I agree with GG...just throw in the washer & dry on low till almost dry & shape to pattern measurements...
Jul 12, 2018 09:03:13   #
Thank you, ladies, for your input. I will try the washer/dryer method.
Jul 12, 2018 14:20:03   #
I block my cowls on an ironing board. Just need to keep revolving item carefully and often, and hand shaping it.
Jul 13, 2018 01:40:26   #
Nanamel14 (a regular here)
I've used a balloon for hats, small baby jumpers that I've made in the round I've washed then whilst still damp I lay on my mats and gently pull into shape and left to air dry....I do use some small cloths hangers for some
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