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How To Block Knitting

by Hannah Gilly

December 1, 2020

Sometimes the knitting isn’t the last step!

When you’ve knitted up an amazing pattern that you’re so proud to have finished, only to have it sit all scrunched up on your lap looking so different to the photo on the pattern, you’re going to be disappointed.

One of the mosts common reasons for this is that the finished knit needs to be blocked.

‘Blocking’ is a knitter’s term for wetting, pinning out a piece to a particular shape and leaving it to dry. I’ll take you through this whole process in todays’ video with all my top tips.

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The Christmas Tree Mats Knitting Kit and Pattern:

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