There was a question in the 'comments' from my last post about preparing wool for rughooking.
Then Zip uses the dryer on it's regular cycle with a dryer sheet. It takes from 45 minutes to an hour to dry wool in ours. Sometimes when I'm overdying and have only a small amount to dry, I hang it outside. But the big benefit of putting the wool in the dryer is that it comes out so nice and fluffy!
Once again I will talk about the fiber content of recycled 'wool'. If you have a cutter and do not want to dull the blades, you should be using fabric that is at least 85% wool. How do you know? You can check the tags, but they are not always accurate and sometimes missing altogether.