Wet blocking

When you wet block a knitted piece, you get it completely wet in a sink or basin of water. You can take this opportunity to add a little gentle soap or wool wash to the water and swish out whatever dirt and grime your piece may have picked up while you worked on it. (Wool washes sold at yarn stores not only clean the fiber but also include lanolin and other fiber conditioners.) Just be sure to give it several good rinses, unless you use a no-rinse formula. Have a large towel at the ready and follow these steps:

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