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How to Steam Block

In today's tutorial, Tabetha shows her favourite method of blocking: steam blocking. Steam blocking is a good alternative to wet blocking if you don't have the time to wait for a piece to dry or are short on space. Tabetha is blocking her Christel Stole (made with SweetGeorgia Seasilk Lace in Flamin

In today’s tutorial, Tabetha shows her favourite method of blocking: steam blocking. Steam blocking is a good alternative to wet blocking if you don’t have the time to wait for a piece to dry or are short on space.

Tabetha is blocking her Christel Stole (made with SweetGeorgia Seasilk Lace in Flamingo and Rosé Day).


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