It’s inevitable that at some point we will have to pick out quilting stitches. It’s annoying and time consuming – and it can leave a mess behind. The holes that your needle made when you made those stitches can stand out like a sore thumb. But worry not! There is a way to take care of those pesky needle holes and it’s so simple.
All you need is a spritz of water.
Rub the water in and….
The holes are gone.
You can get the same effect if you were doing applique or just sewing something together rather than quilting. This is on 100% quilting quality cotton, so I can’t vouch that this works on other fabrics.
Do you have any similar types of tips or tricks?