11_toed_wonder (11_toed_wonder) wrote in knitting,
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I normally knit in a smoke free environment, but I'm home from college on spring break and staying with family members who smoke. I'm using knitpics merino and Manos del Uruguay and I'd really like to get some knitting done but I don't want to ruin the yarn with the smell. So are there any good ways to remove the smoke smell, or should I just hold off on the knitting?
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