Alpaca and merino wool scarves, shawls, cropped ponchos, jackets, and cushions should be washed by hand in cool or tepid water by just immersing the items in water that contains gentle soap. Gently press down on the item repeatedly and then squeeze, not wring, the water out. Rinse once or twice in the same temperature water and squeeze. You can roll up your item in a bath towel to absorb a lot of the water and then lay it on a dry bath towel to dry. Never use a dryer! After it is completely dry, press with steam on the wool setting. For storage I try to roll up my scarves and ponchos and, in that way, I don't have to touch them up with an iron. You can also dry clean these items.
Cotolin, linen and hemp towels can be machine washed on a handwash or delicate cycle in cool water with a mild soap. While you certainly can put the towels in a dryer, I try not to use a dryer since use of the high heat often used in dryers will greatly decrease the life span of any item. Just hang the towel up to dry and iron it with steam on the linen setting. For a much easier ironing experience with linen, try to catch the item while it is still damp and you will find it much easier to iron out the wrinkles.
Linen runners should be washed in cool water and mild soap by hand. Roll in towel to absorb some water and lay flat on a dry towel or hang to dry. Do not put in a dryer. If possible, iron while damp on the wrong side. Whether damp or not, iron on "linen" setting with a steam iron.
Fine linen scarves and jackets should be washed gently by hand. Put the item in cool or tepid water that has gentle soap in it. Gently press down on the item repeatedly and squeeze, not wring, the water out. You can roll up your item in a bath towel to absorb a lot of the water and then lay it on a dry bath towel to dry or hang it on a plastic hanger (not wood or metal in case of staining). Do not put it in a dryer.
If you can catch your item while still damp, it makes ironing a lot easier. Iron on the wrong side, if possible. In either case, dry or damp, iron the linen item on the "linen" setting with steam. You can also dry clean these items.
Silk/wool scarves should be either dry cleaned or gently washed in cool water with a mild soap and rolled in a large towel to absorb water. Then lay the scarf on a dry towel to dry. With this particular blend of fibres, high contrast colours can bleed onto each other so I do not use high contrast colours with this particular silk/wool yarn. When completely dry (never put in a dryer), use a linen tea towel or press cloth over the scarf and iron with steam. It's best not to let hot steam water drip on the silk/wool yarns, thus the use of a press cloth. Also can be dry-cleaned.
Alpaca and merino wool blankets should probably be dry-cleaned unless you are used to washing large items by hand in cool water, in the bath tub, as per instructions at the top for alpaca and merino wool scarves.
Bohemian Skirts must be dry-cleaned (or spot-washed by hand) and the cleaner should be instructed as to the fibre content, specialty ribbons, etc.
Adios to the Tartan cotton coasters can just be washed in the sink with some mild soap, rinsed, and laid on the counter or a towel to dry.