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Monday, March 02, 2015

Before and After

Before felting, the bowls looked like hats for the Three Little Bears.  They were loose and floppy and not very bowl like.
After felting (three times through the “towels” load on my washer), they look much more like bowls. They stand up nicely on their flat, little bottoms while they finish drying.  Once they’re dry, I’ll get some measurements and start knitting the white lace sections.
I’ve got to trim some yarn ends now that they’re felted too.  I don’t like to trim the ends pre-felting because I figure they’re more secure afterwards.  Hopefully, I’ll be able to finish this first project for Loopy Academy, Semester Two this week!

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