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Old 12-15-2011, 06:41 PM   #21
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I think I've given up on interlock for now. I got a pair of knit sbish and fell in love so I ordered 2 more pair - well, my mom ordered for DD's Christmas. They sure are taking a long time to dry, though. I am VERY impatient and want DD to wear them now!!!

I got Berry, Squash and Sprout. I can't wait until the new colors are available- I want the purple and yellow. I think they will be availble in Feb so I'm already planning on using a couple bucks from our taxes. Can't afford to pre-order.
If you have a fan, place it directly in front if the frying woolies and it will be completely dry overnight. Place the woolies directly on the fan, we havea box fan specifically for this purpose, the are completely dry withina few hours its great to dry skeins of yarn super quick too.

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If you have a fan, place it directly in front if the frying woolies and it will be completely dry overnight. Place the woolies directly on the fan, we havea box fan specifically for this purpose, the are completely dry withina few hours its great to dry skeins of yarn super quick too.
Thanks for the tip I have them on the top of a drying rack and the celing fan on but I never thought of using a floor fan. I actually have one like 3 feet from my drying rack, too! They could have been dry days ago!!
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Thanks for the tip I have them on the top of a drying rack and the celing fan on but I never thought of using a floor fan. I actually have one like 3 feet from my drying rack, too! They could have been dry days ago!!
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