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Thread: need info on blocking crochet piece

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    Member shufer1's Avatar
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    My grandmother made beautiful pieces and her last one was for me. It is a finished tablecloth of very fine threads. It has never been blocked as she passed away before it was done. I have stored it in a cedar chest since 1965 and would like to have it blocked. Does anyone know where I could send it to have it done? It is a very large piece and I do not have any room to work on it.

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    I always take mine to the dry cleaners and have them do it for me...Happy Thanksgiving!

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    Super Member redquilter's Avatar
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    Yes - the dry cleaner. I've had several things done by mine over the years.

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    wow, I didnt know they still did blocking... I used a clean sheet and the garage floor...

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