Washing tips

First read the care instructions written on the outside and inside of the band wrapped around the ball of yarn
Hand WashMachine Wash
Use a good quality detergent
Read and follow the appropriate instructions on the label of the detergent.
Use a good quality detergent
Read and follow the appropriate instructions on the label of the detergent.
Hand Wash in warm water 40°CPlace the garment in a wash bag.
Machine Wash on a gentle cycle in warm water 40°C
Do not agitate the garment as this may cause the fibres to felt.
Just squeeze the garment gently.
Place garment in a wash bag and remove the excess water from the garment using a Spin Cycle on the washing machine.
Do not leave the garment to soak as this may cause the dye to bleed, especially if a multi coloured garment.Do not leave the garment to soak as this may cause the dye to bleed, especially if a multi coloured garment.
Rinse in warm water 40°C
Dry flat away from direct light and for pale and optical white shades dry away from any light as the light fastness of these dyestuffs is very poor and will yeloow on exposure to Ultra Violet rays especially when wet.Dry flat away from direct light and for pale and optical white shades dry away from any light as the light fastness of these dyestuffs is very poor and will yellow on exposure to Ultra Violet rays especially when wet.
Machine washable garments may be tumble dried for up to 60 minutes on warm. Tumble drying will help a garment return to its original shape if it has stretched when wet.
Garments can be dry cleaned.Garments can be dry cleaned.
Always wash dark colours separately.Always wash dark colours separately.
Treat your garments with the kindness they deserve after all someone has put a lot of work into knitting them.Treat your garments with the kindness they deserve after all someone has put a lot of work into knitting them.

WASHING TIPS

First read the care instructions written on the outside and inside of the band wrapped around the ball of yarn

Hand Wash Machine Wash
Use a good quality detergent
Read and follow the appropriate instructions on the label of the detergent.
Use a good quality detergent
Read and follow the appropriate instructions on the label of the detergent.
Hand Wash in warm water 40°C Place the garment in a wash bag.
Machine Wash on a gentle cycle in warm water 40°C
Do not agitate the garment as this may cause the fibres to felt.
Just squeeze the garment gently.
 
Place garment in a wash bag and remove the excess water from the garment using a Spin Cycle on the washing machine.  
Do not leave the garment to soak as this may cause the dye to bleed, especially if a multi coloured garment. Do not leave the garment to soak as this may cause the dye to bleed, especially if a multi coloured garment.
Rinse in warm water 40°C  
Dry flat away from direct light and for pale and optical white shades dry away from any light as the light fastness of these dyestuffs is very poor and will yeloow on exposure to Ultra Violet rays especially when wet. Dry flat away from direct light and for pale and optical white shades dry away from any light as the light fastness of these dyestuffs is very poor and will yellow on exposure to Ultra Violet rays especially when wet.
  Machine washable garments may be tumble dried for up to 60 minutes on warm. Tumble drying will help a garment return to its original shape if it has stretched when wet.
Garments can be dry cleaned. Garments can be dry cleaned.
Always wash dark colours separately. Always wash dark colours separately.
Treat your garments with the kindness they deserve after all someone has put a lot of work into knitting them. Treat your garments with the kindness they deserve after all someone has put a lot of work into knitting them.
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