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Knitted wraps for newborn photography in shades of yellow.
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I knit the wraps 60-65 inches long and 11-12 inches wide.
This is knitted from the Angara
Prepare a Basin or Sink: Fill a basin or sink with lukewarm water. Avoid using hot water as it can cause the knitwear to shrink or lose its shape. Add a mild detergent specifically formulated for delicate items, and mix it in the water until it dissolves. Submerge the Knitwear: Carefully place the knitwear into the water, making sure it is fully submerged. Gently agitate the water with your hands to distribute the detergent and loosen any dirt or residue. Hand Wash: Gently swirl and knead the knitwear in the soapy water, focusing on any soiled areas. Be gentle to avoid stretching or damaging the fabric. Allow the garment to soak for about 5 to 10 minutes. Rinse: Drain the soapy water from the basin or sink and refill it with clean lukewarm water. Submerge the knitwear again and swish it around to rinse off any detergent residue. Repeat this step until the water runs clear. Remove Excess Water: Carefully lift the knitwear out of the water, supporting it with your hands to prevent stretching. Avoid wringing or twisting the garment, as this can distort its shape. Instead, gently squeeze out the excess water by pressing it against the sides of the basin or sink. Dry Flat: Lay a clean, dry towel on a flat surface and place the knitwear on top of it. Reshape the garment to its original shape, smoothing out any wrinkles or creases. Roll up the towel with the knitwear inside to absorb more moisture. Unroll the towel and transfer the knitwear to a dry, flat surface, such as a clean, dry sweater rack or a clean towel on a table. Avoid hanging the knitwear while wet, as it can stretch and lose its shape.