Can I wash my tote/bag?
Yes, wash in cold water on the delicate cycle, and dry on lowest heat. The bag may need to be ironed slightly. Remember though, there is batting in all my totes and they will become flat if ironed too long or with too much pressure.
What if the item I want is sold?
Please contact Erin's Little Country Stand and we will see if it is possible to re-create a similar item to the one that you want. This is dependent on whether or not we have the same or similar fabrics in stock. We will do our absolute best to find either the exact or very similar fabrics if we no longer have the original in stock.
How do I care for my rag quilt?
1)To create the "ragging" effect, the material is cut by hand. After the edges are cut, the blankie is sewn and then washed and dried. The "ragging" begins once the blankie has completed its first wash and dry cycle. The blankie will get softer with each wash.
2)Machine Wash blankie on a Warm/Cold wash cycle. For the first couple of washes, it is recommended that it be washed separately. Use a "Shout Color Catcher" on blankies with bold colors that may bleed onto whites.
3)Dry low heat. Make sure to check the lint catcher after about 10 minutes for the first few cycles of drying.
4)Over time, flannel may begin to pile. To remove piling, gently brush the material with a pumice stone after it has been washed and dried.