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Hi everyone, I've read the suggestions on washing before gifting, which I plan on doing. But I couldn't find the answer to this on here, so here goes, and sorry if it was answered somewhere else.

 

I have the bounce dryer bar in my dryer, and I'm wondering if I need to remove that, before drying the item or leave it.

 

Also, would putting the baby blanket in a pillow case and tying it shut be a good idea or will in come out all crumpled? Maybe I should block it dry? (if I can find a spot to do that) LOL

 

Thanks in advance for your expert advice. :yes

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What fiber is the yarn made of?

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What fiber is the yarn made of?

 

Acrylic. Its made from the bernat baby coordinates. Sorry, I should have posted that, DUH! LOL

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Does the baby or the mother/father have any allergies? I can't use Bounce dryer sheets with fragrance, but I *can and do* use Bounce dryer sheets without the fragrance.

 

DCM

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Does the baby or the mother/father have any allergies? I can't use Bounce dryer sheets with fragrance, but I *can and do* use Bounce dryer sheets without the fragrance.

 

DCM

 

That I don't know. I guess it would be safer to just remove it when drying then?

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