Wet blocking is a foreign concept to most knitters and crocheters. In all honestly, you can go your whole maker life without blocking any of your projects. But, just like weaving in ends, blocking is a crucial finishing step to take your projects to the next level. Watch this video and see how to block knit & crochet projects the easy way!
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That’s where wet blocking comes in. Blocking is a process that involves submerging your finished knit and crochet projects in water, pinning them down, and letting them dry. The result is a piece with great drape, a lighter feel, and open lace.
If you’ve been wary to block your projects, I’ve got just the video for you. In less than 7 minutes, you’ll learn the following:
- What blocking is
- How it helps to perfect your knit & crochet projects
- All the supplies you need
- Exactly how to do it, step by step
Ready to get started? Watch this video:
I hope this video helps you conquer your fears and start blocking like a champ! Comment below with questions or any other blocking tips.
// RELEVANT LINKS
- Get the Loveland Shawl pattern here: https://tlyarncrafts.com/products/loveland-shawl-crochet-pdf-pattern
- Find more TL Yarn Crafts videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/tlyarncrafts
- 11 Essentials for Blocking Knitwear: https://tlycblog.com/knit-blocking-tools/