I'm just wondering if there is ANY point at all in blocking a 100% Organic Cotton that is both machine washer and dryer friendly? I want to make a bra I found but the person says to block the cotton yarn. Is there any point in doing this since a bra is something that has to be washed?
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Now I see it I remember coming across it before. I see no point in blocking it if you are going to wear it since it will machine wash and dry. If you want a photo shoot to show it to best advantage, maybe.
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Gosh, I'm a big fan of blocking (a blockhead?). It helps line up the sts and tells them where you'd like them to be. If you're going to take the time to knit this very pretty set, then why not do the finishing step?