Washing pieces in several colors?

Hallo everyone.

I’m working on a sweater with six different colors of yarn. I have blocked the pieces successfully with water, and all 6 yarns are fine to put in a washer or dryer. The only thing I’m worried about is how to properly wash it once it is finished so the work won’t become undone, and the colors won’t bleed together. Am I just worrying too much, or is there things I need to make sure to do right? Any certain soaps/temperatures I need to use? If anyone can tell me what the best way to wash it is, or just reassure me that my work’s not going to fall apart, it would be much appreciated.

Thank you in advance!

I would wash it cold in Woolite, just to be safe, on a gentle cycle.

Thank you! As to Woolite, where might I find it, and what am I looking at price wise?

You can find woolite in the washing detergent section of the grocery store. I think it runs maybe 3 or 4 dollars.

Woolite should be in the laundry aisle, probably on a top shelf as it’s small. I think it comes in both liquid and powder, though I’m not sure. I have no idea as to price, but you wouldn’t use nearly as much for a single item as you do regular detergent for a whole load, nor would you use it as often so a package will last a long time.