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Mean Mama Posted - 02/10/2011 : 11:33:00 AM
I'd like to make the Franke Brown "10 Stitch" blankie . . .

Is there a superwash version of the Crystal Palace mini mochi style yarn?

IMHO, a blankie MUST be able to be tossed in the washer & dryer . . .

Any suggestions?

-- Mean Mama

“Qui vit sans folie,
N’est pas si sage qu’il le croit.”
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Mean Mama Posted - 02/11/2011 : 10:31:53 AM
I prefer this effect over one--that is why I am seeking longer color changes.

But a little kid's blanket MUST be machine wash & dry--when it has been barfed on in the middle of the night and needs to get back to the little one ASAP, there is no time for hand washing and laying flat to dry!

-- Mean Mama

“Qui vit sans folie,
N’est pas si sage qu’il le croit.”

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