Thank you; fantastic tip.
Thank you for the tip...I have also learned that you can use hair conditioner to shave your legs.
Great suggestion! Thanks for sharing!!
Thank you Will give it a try
Thank you so much for the tip.Will give it a try
thanks for the tip
thanks for the tip
For those who traval a lot, save the hair conditioners from your hotel for this.
that's great. I only recently cleaned out bathroom cupboard and as you know you usually end up with lots of left over conditioner than shampoo. I kept it as I wash any quilts/wall hangings with conditioner. So will now keep this in mind also...
Thanks to Beth to...
Thank you. I did some FSL for a quilt and I don't remember how many times I rinsed them. Thank you very much for the hint.
Thanx for the tip!!!
Yes, Teri that is a great tip that was shared by ldonnahawkins (Beth) - I believe. I used it on this doily that I shared in projects recently and it was wonderful: http://projects.cuteembroidery.co... - I also had to go around an find all my other doilies and give them a new bath in hair conditioner, too. Hehehe! Thanks for sharing your results, too.
Makes a world of difference, doesn't it! :-)
I'm glad you girls tried it too. I love the effect.
So glad that you shared it with us, too.
How does it work Teri? Do you mix with water?
Hi Kay... all I did was squirt a bunch into some warm water in the sink and let my doily sit there for a while... then I rinsed the lace and set it out to dry. Very soft. :-) I wouldn't necessarily do this for bookmarks or anything you may want to keep stiff, but for doilies, most definitely!
Thank you Teri.
Thanks for the tip
Great idea. Hopefully I remember. *4U
That never even crossed my mind. Usually I want a little stiffness to keep the shape, like in bookmarks.
For ornaments or bookmarks, I don't recommend. But definitely for lace you want softened.
I wouldn't have thought about haircondioner but washsoftener, but it is a good tip Teri. Have to try. Thank you
Often wondered how to soften the lace I just avoided it because of the stiffness. thank you so much .
A lot of us get those sample packs in the mail from time to time. They would be super just for this occassion... I also heard fabric softener is good too but I haven't tried it...FIESTA ;D *2U
thanks must try this one * 4 u
new to me. so thanks for thanking the cutie who gave this tip :)
u r right Teri, that was an excellent bit of advice that works perfectly *