Before the ANG Seminar began in Washington, DC, last month, I was working on a piece called Two Haunted Houses. Just before it was time to get ready for seminar, I realized that I had made a major counting error and a big section needed to be taken out. I put it aside. Today I knew it was time to take out that section so I could work on it again.
When I had removed the completed house and fence posts, there were some fuzzies that stayed behind.
And after I had used a sewing tool often used by quilters called Seam Fix, you can see the canvas is clean.
Now I am back on track with a clean canvas. I bought my Seam Fix in the quilting section at JoAnns. I believe that it could be found in any quilt shop.
Thanks for the info on this tool Sue as it looks like a great addition to our stitching tools. I was not aware of it but will now look for it on my next trip to Joann’s.