Stain Cover-ups

Martha Stewart Baby, Volume 6 2002

Sometimes the best way to make a stain disappear is to add to it rather than removing it. We're not suggesting that you pour grape juice over a spaghetti-stained shirt; instead, cover stains with fabric cut into pretty shapes and attached with fusible webbing. Ask your child to choose the fabric she'd like; iron it to one side of the fusible webbing. Trace the shape she wants onto fusible-webbing side, and cut out. Remove paper backing, and iron the shape on top of the stain. Make several shapes to camouflage multiple stains or for a decorative effect.



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