re-knitting yarn question
I pulled out a sock that had been knit back in April and washed once. The yarn, of course, was curly and crimpy. I remember someone telling me a LONG time ago that you *could* steam/iron the yarn and re-wind it before knitting with it again, but I am wondering now if it was *could* or *should* because the re-knitting looks kinda yucky in spots. I'm wondering if it will come out in the wash, but wanted to see if you guys knew before I kept knitting and bound off (again.) It's an 80% wool/20% nylon sock yarn, if it matters.
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