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Wool scarf was washed

My my hubby has been doing the household chores since I started my masters. He is being fabulous!! :) BUT today I was putting some laundry in the dry and I discovered my wool scarf that his brother and his GF got me for Christmas. It is a really nice purple scarf from the Loft...dry clean only. I am glad it didn't make it into the dry, but I am wondering if I can salvage it...any ideas?!

It looks wrinkly, but I am not sure if is ruined or not... 

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Re: Wool scarf was washed

  • I would try to shape it as much as possible while still wet and let it dry.  If it is still wrinkly, try steaming it with your iron.  It may have felted down a bit and will be a little smaller but overall should be ok if it didn't hit the dryer.
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