Please can someone offer some help. I am hand quilting a red and white sunshine rose quilt which was on the cover of a Quilter's Newsletter magazine a few years back. There are nine blocks of 64 point red compasses on a white background. I washed and soaked the red fabric repeatedly before making the quilt. In my senior moment I used one of those blue water erase pens to mark my quilting line and without thinking used a small amount of water to erase the mark. You guessed it, the red bled thru to the white. It is not a lot, but I know it is there. Any suggestions as to how to remove it. I considered those bleach pens, but if that takes out the red, I could have more of a problem. Would a dry cleaner be able to get it out when I am done? What do you think? Maybe if I forget about it, no one will notice.
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