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Avoid the hanger bumps in your sweater's shoulders.
This is how you want your sweater to look when you go to wear it.
So most people put the hanger in here, like a shirt.
But since the sweater is heavy and stretchy, it can end up putting those little bumps in the shoulder.
To fix that, start by folding your sweater in half.
Place the hanger here, with the metal hook in the arm pit.
Fold the waist over one side of the hanger.
And fold the sleeves over the other side.
This is your finished product. The weight is broadly distributed so you won't overly stretch and ruin your sweater.
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One glove finger on each hanger arm. One pair of gloves will do 5 hangers. And I forgot to state the obvious.....cut tips of fingers off and feed on to the hanger arms at the best position for holding your sweater. xxx
@Skeeter + anyone else with the problem of slippy hangers....cut the fingers off a pair of rubber washing-up gloves and feed them onto the hangers arms, then use in normal way. Works great for silk, satin and other sorts of slippery fabrics. The fingers don't have to be tight on the hangers arms in order to work. They'll stay put for the same reason as your clothes. (For short sleeved sweaters/jumpers, see my reply to a comment poster earlier on in this superb guide!! And this is one of the BEST guides to date. Thanx hunny! xxx
Simple and effective..thanks
Kelly Ann Mitchell
This is awesome. Thanks. No more hunchback of notre dame look on the shoulders. Lol
@skeeter- use the very thin non-slip hangers. They take up way less space in the wardrobe & any type of jumper/ sweater stays on.
Have been using & sharing your idea since I first read it. I hate wrinkly sweaters and love you! Thanks so much!
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