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eepster Posted - 12/18/2008 : 10:49:33 AM
Can one felt zara? If yes, how does it turn out?

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Milinda Posted - 12/18/2008 : 12:31:27 PM
I stand corrected! Kelly B is right. I just checked Zara out on Yarndex and it is now machine washable. The Zara I have in my stash is from when it most definitely was NOT super wash.

Kelly B Posted - 12/18/2008 : 12:06:38 PM
I don't think so - it's superwash.
Milinda Posted - 12/18/2008 : 11:50:40 AM
Zara is merino which means it definitely will felt. The only way you will be able to decide for yourself if you like how it felts is to do a swatch.


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