Convinced a navy batik would be the "ideal" background for Rainbow Radiance, I stopped at Twisted Sisters Quilt Shop in Maryville on my way to Pigeon Forge last week and found this:
I washed it once in the hotel laundry with two Color Catchers and they came out just about as blue as the fabric. So I decided to go with my original plan of a gray background.
|Rainbow Radiance - Donna Lynn Thomas design|
Now home, I have washed it twice more, each time with two Color Catchers.
There's still blue coming out of the fabric. So here's my question: Would it be better to use more Color Catchers at one time? I've heard people say they use as many as 5 or 6. I don't understand the science of how they work at all. Or should I use another product?