HNW - beeswax?

Frank Thallas hardcorps at vcn.com
Sun Nov 19 12:03:51 PST 2000


  Oh, dear, belated sympathy to the friend...<G>
    A good reason to always keep the beeswax, Thread Heaven, or whatever
separate from the catual embroidery!

Liadain


> ...and then there was the good friend of mine who left the bag
> containing her blackwork, needles, thread *and* lump of beeswax in
> the car on a hot day...
>
> What she wound up having to do was to iron out (over paper towels) as
> much of the wax as she could, then finish the embroidery, before
> trying to remove the wax. This was not fun, but she couldn't remove
> the wax first because she had marked the design outlines with a
> water-disappearing blue pen, and washing or cleaning the fabric would
> have removed the outlines.
> --
> _________________________________________________________
> O   Chris Laning
>   |    claning at igc.org
> +   Davis, California
> _________________________________________________________
>
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