Covering Unremovable Spots

Have you got bleach spots or grease spots on a favorite shirt or slacks? Instead of getting rid of them, for that reason. Sew on a pretty applique over the spot, no one will ever know what's underneath, unless you tell them. Check out the local sewing department of your favorite store for the appliques. I did this with some lady bug appliques, on a pretty flowered embroidered denim shirt, I have had lots of compliments. They didn't know the lady bugs weren't already part of the shirt when I purchased it!


By Terri from NV

February 24, 20060 found this helpful

My cousin did this with a hand me down wedding dress and lace medallions.

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February 24, 20060 found this helpful

What a great idea.....thanx for sharing and saving a lot of shirts too....LOL

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October 1, 20120 found this helpful

I knew a woman once who covered spots with colored markers.

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February 16, 20160 found this helpful

Terri - I think you should tell them "Thank you. It's one of my designs." (Own your creativity!)

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