Daughter was recently working on a quilt and came to me VERY UNHAPPY. As she was ironing the top she sprayed it as part of her pressing process and the orange batik scrap RAN!!!
A very noticable orange stain on her white background fabric. (I wish I had a picture of it.)
At that point she had to make a choice:
1. Ditch the quilt. Throw it away and pretend it never existed.
2. Tear it out. Pick out the offending fabric and everything that was damaged and try again.
3. Develop selective blindness. Finish the quilt, pretend the stain wasn’t there and hope no one else cared.
4. Forge ahead. Finish the quilt and try Color Catcher.
She chose option #4.
I had never tried Color Catcher myself, but had heard about the product and decided it was worth a try.
So, one box of Color Catcher. (Did you know there are 24 in a box? I thought that was a pretty good buy.)
A very nervous wait for the washer to cycle.
The moment of truth!
Plenty of color on the Catcher. None on the quilt. (OK–Make that CatcherS. I was worried and put two in. One would have been enough.)
This quilt is now a finish.
And it has a cute back and label.
Thank you Color Catcher.
PS–This is not a paid review, and I am not affiliated with Color Catcher in any way except as a satisfied customer. And relieved mother.