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Old 08-20-2006, 08:42 AM   #1
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Front End loader felting - re-felting after dried
I have a front end loader and we've felted (mostly my DD) several purses in it.

The first bag I did (the horrible one), I was a on a time schedule and with my FEL, it has to rinse & spin before I can get it out. So, the bag ended up wrinkeled because I had to leave before blocking. Should I "risk" the hot water again for a few minutes & then try to block it.

Has anyone ever tried to re-felt something after its dried.

A true left handed knitter without a true left-handed instructor. My right hand is only usefull for holding a needle! Still learning all the knitting lingo - It will take years!!!

Finished one poncho
Finished one felted ugly purse/bag
Working on dishclothes to get my stitches down!
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