How to Wet Block Crochet Projects

How to Wet Block Crochet Projects

How to Wet Block Crochet Projects
How to Wet Block Crochet Projects
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In this guide, you'll learn How to Wet Block Crochet Projects. You may be asking: what is the purpose of wet blocking? Well, it's a method that will smooth out the imperfections in your finished crochet project, like bunched yarn and tight stitches. You can truly set your project apart by partaking in this process, and this easy-to-follow tutorial will show you everything you need to know! You'll need a blocking mat, pins, wool wash (or gentle shampoo), lukewarm water, and a towel for this process.

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