I need help :))

So I’m crocheting something rn and the yarn had like random areas where it was like turning black but I though maybe u wouldn’t notice it much once I crocheted with it but it’s in the piece now and idk how to get rid of it​:sob: does anyone know if u can wash crochet pieces with sweet snuggles lite yarn or anything else I could do? Here are some pictures btw



It’s not as bad in the picture tho

Thx and have an amazing day!!! :))

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Hmm maybe get a towel damp and try to rub it off gently, or you could try soap?

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Also what are you crocheting? :heart_hands::thinking:

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It’s for the dessert cow collab!

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Ok thx! I’ll try dat

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that happens to me sometimes too, it the damp towel doesn’t work you can lightly cut the surface of the plushie with a pair of small scissors (:

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if you check the website for the yarn it will tell you how you can wash it as well! I do that with a lot of my pieces

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Thank u both!

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Oh cool! :smiley:

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Yeah I would scrub it with water. I got blood on my funfetti bunny on accident (don’t worry it’s all gone now) but I immediately scrubbed it with water and a tissue and it all came out. It moght not be the same with something dry but it is worth a short :yellow_heart:

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Ok I’ll make sure to try that then!!! Thx :))

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I just leave it in there. I like leaving mistakes in my works. Hardly anyone notices them but that’s just me.

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If you can’t rub it off clip that hair off the piece

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