12.29.2010

How to wash a wool sweater

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Today I did a guest post on Casey's Elegant Musings about How to Wash a Wool Sweater!

Stop by and say hi!

26 comments:

Hep~Kitten said...

What a helpful post and yesterday I was wondering on how to wash wool sweaters hehehe.

alabee said...

You are just too cute! Whenever I'm feeling uninspired I stop by your blog, and am instantly cheered up.

Bite The Beat said...

I wish I would've read that post before ruining my boy's wool seater; shrinking it to a size that would fit a toddler. Thanks to you, I know what to do next time, although I'm sure he'll be washing (and drying) his own sweaters from now on. :)

my best friend jules said...

This was such a great step by step tutorial! Will definitely show it to my partner - he always manages to mess up with the woolens! ;)

Xo Mervi
http://myfriendjules.blogspot.com/

Ps. This is my first visit to your blog, but I'll definitely come see you again - love your style!!! :)

Ilaria, Il filo di perle *vintage* said...

wow!! this photo is really amazing and you are so beautiful!

http://ilfilodiperlevintage.blogspot.com/

The Goads said...

This is a very helpful tip. Thanks for sharing. Lovely picture!

Elina said...

Thanks, that was helpful! Looks like winter will be going on till April here this year so sweaters have to be cleaned every now and then...

Elina, hopeapeili.blogspot.com

Shady Del Knight said...

Mary Tyler Moore on her BEST day circa 1960! You are a dead ringer, Solanah! Did anybody ever tell you that? Happy new year!

FoofandFaff said...

I just love that picture, haha! :)

Leslie said...

Solanah, thank you for the awesome tutorial on washing wool! A little dish soap is such a great alternative to those scary drycleaning chemicals!

Nella Fragola... said...

Oh It just so GREAT to find your blog!
I don't feel so alone no... I am not the only one who are so "vintage" in a "modern world"! Hihi!
Even if it is not totally the same things...

I really love your photo (and your whole blog)

♥♥ A "mademoiselle" from France ♥♥
Merci beaucoup ♥

Anonymous said...

You are too adorable! ahah :)

Anonymous said...

I always come to your blog to cheer myselft up, your my first stop <3 thankyou <3

What shade lipstick do you wear as its such a lovely colour? xx

A said...

I love the blog. You are so pretty. I have a blog and I am looking around for advice because for 2011 I really want to make my blog better and make more people read it. Got any advice? Feel free to e-mail me.

Thank =)

LuLu said...

can I say that I've been following this blog very religiously for some time now. it is simply magical how effortlessly glamorous you look in every post. Thank you for being an inspiration xx

pixistik1687 said...

i came to your blog through google trying to find how to do rag curls, and i looked around your blog a bit after. and i have to tell you, even though i'm sure you get this a lot: i absolutely love your style.

Tofu said...

thanks for sharing !

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Jade said...

what a great and incrediably picture (the first one) it looks like an add for washing powder or sweater advert. what lipstick are you wearing solanah as its lovely and natural yet noticable. thanks

MrsBossa said...

Lovely photo!

Ms Wanda said...

I really like these how-to posts. After reading your how-to on rag curls I did my hair using the technique for NYE. It got lots of compliments so thanks!

Rebeca said...

I just discovered your blog from your guest post on elegant musings. Love it! I just adore your makeup in this post. Please share your look! I have been trying to go for a more tangerine look on my lips as my hubby hates red lipstick, and I love the way yours turned out in this post. Would you kindly share how you made this look or what products you used? thank you!

Tonje H said...

Hello! Your blog is really beautiful! I just found it and it's great! I was wondering what lipstick you use on this photo? It's really the perfect red/orange shade! =)

Solanah said...

Shady Del Knight, I've never been told that, thanks!

Jade, Tonje H, and Anonymous, thank you :) This shade is the new "Fire and Ice" line for Revlon. It's a very coral red, but I bought it because it comes in a vintage style tube!

Katie FEATHERS said...

The photograph is beautiful, it really look like an old ad !

habitudo said...

you are simply gorgeous!
How do you do you hair, I wonder? Looks so very 50s!

nani said...

Thanks for great post. Very helpful. I wonder if i can wash wool cardigan the same way if its beaded. Do you have any suggestions for that?Thanks.