What a pain Jeanette. They look cute though. Sharyn:)
Oh how disappointing for you. Love Rudolph... and Santa will be great too when he's re-stitched!Thanks for joining in FNwF again! :)
oh no... lovely stitcheries.... such a shame about the running thread...Hugz
If you are using Cottage Garden Threads contact them re dye running! He looks cute!!!
That is such a shame Jeanette. Such gorgeous designs...love the reindeer. I hope you can remedy it.
love these,just a hint Jeanette if your thread is cottage threads,i soak them in water with salt and then rinse them out and let them dry on a tea towel and i havent had any problems since,good luck.xx
That is sad to see. I do hope your other one will be ok! xx debbie
Gorgeous designs shame about the thread :-(
Beautiful stitching but such a shame about the dye running. I had a lovely brazilian embroidered doily that used to run each time it was washed. I washed it in nappysan and gave it a quick rinse and then immediately ironed it dry with an iron and hairdryer. It worked a treat for getting the bleeding fixed but I have to do it each time I wash it. Worth a go anyway.
Oh no! I would hate to lose all that work. The designs are so email@example.com
Lovely Jeanette......real shame about the thread...
What a pain. Lovely stitcheries too.Hugs......
Oh how annoying for you, they are very sweet stitcheries.
Grr not nice thread! I do love these stitcheries!
Oh dear, how very disappointing for you. Maybe you could use a different thread and see if that makes a difference.
Oh what a shame, you had done such lovely stitching. Good luck for the next one....
What a shame, all that beautiful workmanship....good luck with the next one.
they are so cute - but I would just keep washing it - I once had a Danish Flower thread run in a cross stitch - hot water and OMO did the trick!
Oh how annoying. I use a dye catcher when I wash mine and it works well.Love the reindeer stitchery.. lovely thread.
Hi Jeanette -bah, what a pest about the thread colour running... hope the reindeer doesn't get it too x
Cute Rudolph, sorry about the thread running after your beautiful stitching.
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