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Knit with the most novel of novelty fibers
Caring for your precious wool garments does not mean laborious time spent at the wash basin hand-washing luxurious Scuba Fabric knits, or costly trips to the dry cleaners every time laundry needs to be done.

The least finicky pieces to wash are usually those that are made with synthetics or synthetic blends. And if your piece is a single color and it’s cotton, you can probably stick it in the washer.

Likewise, superwash wools have been treated so they won’t felt, which means they’re safe for the washing machine.

Yarns that are marketed particularly for children’s clothing usually are washing machine safe.

However, you should always use the gentle cycle.

Don’t machine wash anything that’s 100 percent wool unless the label says it’s okay to do so (this warning also includes other animal fibers, such as alpaca, mohair, or cashmere). It’s better to err on the side of caution.

The only things that you must leave to the cleaners are pieces that are knit with the most novel of novelty fibers, such as those that contain bits of paper, metal, or other things that may not respond well to water.

In addition, if you’ve used several colors, the colors sometimes can bleed with a wet washing technique (they shouldn’t, but they do!), so test your knittingfabric swatch if you’re unsure.
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