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Old 02-27-2006, 10:49 AM   #11
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I have a front loader (LG brand) that is AWESOME -- I use the hand wash setting all the time with great results. Mine has settings for spin speed including "No spin" which is what I use.

At the risk of some gasps of horror out there, I'll toss my hand wash into the dryer (yes, I said dryer ) and use the air setting for just a few minutes to get a little of the moisture out before I lay things flat to dry.

I say give it a try on something store bought rather than something you made to test it out.
FO tally since knitting odyssey began in Jan. '05:
5 baby blankets; 2 afghans; 1 large afghan for large brother-in-law; 4 scarves; 4 toddler sweaters; 6 simple teddy bears; This teddy bear and 4 others from the book; 1 monkey; 1 tank top/cardigan set; 1 cape; 1 shrug; 1 pair mittens; 2 pairs socks; 2 pairs felted clogs; 1 hat; lace edged tank, Vitadini Lace Yoked Top

Currently working on: scarf for sis
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