postheadericon How to Remove Blood from Embroidery Fabric

Embroidery work is fiddly and requires much patience. On occasion, you might also slip and prick your finger with the needle, causing blood to fall on the piece you’re working on. Quick thinking and reactions will save your embroidery piece from being stained. This article relates to a small area impacted by fresh blood.

How to Remove Blood from Embroidery Fabric

1 Put the embroidery work down straight away. The best time to deal with this is immediately. Attend to any flowing blood, pain, etc., as required and then proceed with these steps.

How to Remove Blood from Embroidery Fabric

2 Chew a little piece of sewing thread to coat it in saliva. Remove this and roll into a little ball.

How to Remove Blood from Embroidery Fabric

3 Dab the ball over the area where the blood fell. The saliva will remove your blood marks.

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