How to un-shrink a wool sweater

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To un-shrinkrepparttar wool, soakrepparttar 139820 garment in warm water with a mild soap for about 10 minutes. This unlocksrepparttar 139821 fibres inrepparttar 139822 wool. Then layrepparttar 139823 garment out on some towels in a cool place. Stretchrepparttar 139824 garment out to its original dimensions. The stretching pullsrepparttar 139825 unlocked wool fibres away from each other. Allow it to dry. The absence of heat fromrepparttar 139826 drying process allowsrepparttar 139827 wool fibres to set in place without locking together and shrinkingrepparttar 139828 garment again. That it, long story short: you will have a brand new, fully functional sweater again. Click onrepparttar 139829 link for some more detailed information on Lambswool cardiganscare.

Take Care of yourself and your sweaters,

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2. Original layouts can be more easily implemented due torepparttar emergence of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) technology. Prior to CSS, it took much work (and therefore much money) to create designs with 'punch' as every design demanded hours upon hours of work with HTML (Hypertext Markup Language),repparttar 139748 old standard for writing and creating custom designs. CSS has freed Web designers from these restrictions, and of course, saves clients a great deal of money spent on man hours, leading more clients to demand great looking custom designs.

3. Navigation and usability have also increased, oncerepparttar 139749 restrictions were lifted fromrepparttar 139750 creation and development of custom sites. Oddly enough, for some reason, many years ago, it was thought 'common knowledge' that all sites should contain a left-hand navigation bar, and nothing else. This wasrepparttar 139751 old standard that designers had used for decades and no one thought to question this practice. This gave rise to sites that were forrepparttar 139752 most part 'cookie cutter' varieties, each havingrepparttar 139753 same standard layout and left-hand navigation bar layout. Creative use of right-hand navigation bars and other techniques have created sites that are very much different in layout and navigation thanrepparttar 139754 old standards, and this has not proven to be a detriment for most E-commerce businesses. In fact, uniqueness seems to be more memorable, and may indeed be a competitive edge in itself.

4. The emergence of WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) HTML technologies has opened up a whole new world of creative fonts, creative color schemes, and creative layouts. With WYSIWYG, designers can see exactly how a site will appear all throughrepparttar 139755 process, eliminating much ofrepparttar 139756 time consuming trial and error that preceded this. Even novice designers and those that seek to create their own site can benefit from WYSIWYG, as most Web site creation software and online sites used for Web site design incorporates this technology, which is easy to use for almost anyone and requires no coding language knowledge.

5. Better flash techniques have also been discovered and employed inrepparttar 139757 past several years, leading to greater effectiveness of flash sites, and faster upload speeds (a problem with flash prior torepparttar 139758 technological advances was slow loading). Sites that employ flash now have a more professional look and feel to them, and flash is used often now inrepparttar 139759 construction of online videos and games that appear on sites and educates and entertains visitors.

The past decade in technology has indeed lent itself torepparttar 139760 emergence of superior creativity in Web site design and Web development by Web masters. Gone arerepparttar 139761 old days of stagnantly designed sites,repparttar 139762 'same old, same old' fonts, dull colors, and slow-loading and ineffective flash. It seems now, thatrepparttar 139763 sky isrepparttar 139764 limit with customization of sites, and this can only be called one ofrepparttar 139765 best developments of this century. Beautiful sites, that will hopefully bring beautiful results to personal and E-commerce clients, are now standard, andrepparttar 139766 future looks brighter than ever for Web site designers and developers!

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