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Blocking Tutorials

These tutorials will show you the different ways you can block your projects. They are broken down by type of yarn and blocking method.


 

Steam Blocking Acrylic Yarn

You can find a written tutorial for this video here. This tutorial will show you how to block acrylic yarn ...
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Wet and Spray Blocking Acrylic Yarn

For a written tutorial click here. This tutorial will show you how to wet block and spray block acrylic yarn ...
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Blocking A Straight Edged Project With Blocking Wires Tutorial

This tutorial will show you how to use blocking wires, also known as lace wires, to block out any straight ...
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Blocking with Spray Starch

For a written tutorial click here. This tutorial will show you how to block your small projects with spray starch ...
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2 Comments

  • Tonya

    Is it necessary to block cotton yarn projects like dishcloths or dish towels if giving as gifts? If so how would you do that?

    • crocheteverafter

      I would only block if there was a lacy design that need to show better or if the edges were not very straight. Blocking it out can help with any stitches that didn’t come out right. For cotton, it stretches quite a bit so just wet blocking it (get it wet, pin it and let it dry) would be perfect.

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