I strongly believe that if you are going to spend hours knitting something, you should do everything you can to finish it off nicely.
In most instances, this is through wet blocking.
Today's final clue/instruction will walk you through the blocking process for your bonnet.
It is a quick process...promise!
A few things to note about wet blocking:
As you soak knitting made of natural fibres in a water bath, the fibres settle, and mostly even out any minor tension discrepancies.
Once wet, the items shape becomes highly mouldable, so it is important to ensure it is shaped to how you wish the final object to be. Once dry it will generally hold that shape.
Step One - Ensure all your ends are sewn in