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  • Gabrielle Cigletcki

    Make scratchy yarn soft! Hmmm #crochet #knitting

  • Kate Thiel

    3 Steps for softer yarn. Simply wash it in a lingerie bag! - Seriously might need to try this. I hate scratchy yarn.

  • Araceli Cummings

    How to soften scratchy, cheap acrylic yarn.

  • Hemma Rhoyds

    3 Steps for softer yarn. Simply wash it in a lingerie bag! #Yarn #crochet #knitting

  • Gena Wakefield

    3 Steps for softer yarn. Simply wash it in a lingerie bag! - I guess this is how I get rid of the hate part of my love-hate relationship with Red Heart yarn. @Lulu A

  • ༺♥༻Maryann Orr༺♥༻

    A Girl and her Needle: Soften Scratchy Yarn 3 Steps to Softer Yarn 1. Remove labels. 2. Loosen up skeins and toss in lingerie bag. 3. Wash in cold water/like colors and dry on medium heat. Soft and fluffy finish.

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