Blocking La Luz
"Silk yarn is a very delicate fiber. It should be treated gently and carefully. Because this yarn is an unplied silk, it should never be washed in the machine or it will fuzz and pill. We also recommend that you use a zip lock baggy and put the ball into the bag and knit from it. We recommend only dry cleaning for this fiber. Since silk does not have a 'memory,' do not flatten the yarn for it will not rebound, and will always be flat."
So how do I get this
to look like this?
Just a few more rows, six maybe, and I'll be at the armhole divide. The lace pattern along the botton edge really wants to curl. The photo on the pattern instruction sheet shows the lace as flat and open. I wonder if I'm supposed to flatten the yarn contrary to the care instructions.
I've never tried to block silk. I wonder if it's done the same as any other blocking.
There will be some single crochet around the armholes and the neck. The pattern doesn't call for it around the bottom but I think I might have to try that.
Anyone have any ideas?