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When working with brightly-hued yarns, some of that color can transfer to your fingers while you’re working, or worse, to your clothing when you wear your finished project. Luckily, with a little bit of help from Heidi at Hands Occupied, plus a common household kitchen supply, you can set yarn colors to prevent them from running. Knitters and crocheters, rejoice!

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