Friday, December 12, 2008

Sweater drying- you're doing it wrong

I washed the two sweaters I bought at the thrift store last month. I still haven't decided what I'm going to do with one of them, but it needed to be clean regardless. The reason it took a month is that I don't have a lot of good places to dry my woolens. If it were summer, I would take them outside, but it's cold here, so the dining room table has to do. As it turns out, my cat Penny likes sleeping on sweaters even when they are completely wet and cold from the basement. who knew.

Luckily, she's the tidy kitty, and left very little fur behind. If Yoda had plopped her ample butt on there I would have had to re-wash. She's a big ball of ungroomed fur and dandruff.


  1. Maybe the idea is to dry one area at a time with body heat?

  2. It's all about making sure the sweater is soft enough to wear next to bare skin. A very important feline activity and a great help to knitters everywhere.