Good for you Sarah. This happens to me also and I try to hide. What did we do before our emb. machines?/Lillian
LOL, Sarah, great save.......Jim has grease spots on the belly of some of his good shirts, gee, I wonder if he will let me embroider something on them...LOL!
You could try. LOL
Oh Sarah i also have joined the club of stains in he front of the shirt mine is usually beetroot from an occasional hamburger...lol....soozie
I think the older we get the more messy we become.
Beautiful save, :)
I can't tell there was ever a stain there - nice work!
I can still see it!!
That design just belongs on that shirt. Looks great.
Thank you Mary. It is one I have never used before
Well done...Cannot see a mark!!!Beautiful
Thank you Sonja
Nice save... looks like it was destined to be there.
Good save.I like the pattern and color choice. I did have to laugh about the bib. I need one also
Thank you Mary
I do believe your new shirt was meant for this design.
You are just being nice Jerrilyn
Oh i do this all the time my t-shirts make good rags for hubbys rag bag lol
It was brand new, happened first wearing.
Great job in saving it and love the design.
I love your save. This really dresses up the shirt too.
Thank you Karen
Like the save.. But the pre-wash mix is 1/3 ammonia (lemon helps with the smell factor), 1/3 water, 1/3 dish washing liquid (if this is new concentrate - dilute to old less THICK status). Soak the stain and
wash with the rest of the load. Takes out most food (grease) stains.
That and hair spray for ball point pen help me if the shirt does not get washed first. Set stains have to be "Saved".
Also, make sure the dish washing liquid does not contain bleach...
Great tip. Thank you
Now you have a new shirt with a lovely design!
Thank you Lidia
Great save Sarah and the design suits the style of the t-shirt. Love Chris
Thank you Chris
Thank you Sue