Washing Blankets by Machine Most cotton blankets and those made of synthetics and blends can be washed in the machine; see the label for instructions. Many other blankets can be washed safely by hand at home -- even wool, cashmere, and mohair.
Prayer: "God, help me remember how quickly this is going by. Help me appreciate every single day--even the hard ones. Show me the beauty in each moment--even the bad ones." (From article "When Did I Last Wash Your Hair?")
Laundry tricks to get baby clothes back into great condition. Remove yellow milk and formula stains on clothes kept in storage. Second baby, hand me down infant layette cleaning washing home remedies detergent vinegar bibs blankets
Laundry Tip: Add 2 cups of white vinegar to the final rinse cycle when washing sheets and blankets. This will remove soapy buildup that has accumulated over time and leave your blankets softer and fluffier.
"Mikayla has been taking it better than I have been, or it seems. She has been spending her time sewing. She has such a talent for that kind of thing. She can knit a whole blanket in only a few hours. We have so many around the house, we are never too cold. For being only thirteen, she has the maturity level of an adult." ~The Other Side of Me by Samantha Bartley. Chapter 1 The Hidden Letter