That was before charm packs, jelly rolls, layer cakes and scrap grab bags entered my quilting life. I would spend a great deal of time and possibly have an outright disaster if I tried to wash these. I know some wash them in mesh bags, but I know I don't have enough of any particular color to make a load.
So I'm curious. Do you or don't you prewash your quilting fabrics? Why or why not? If you don't, have you had any problems because you haven't? If you do, what do you do with all the ready-cuts available to us now?
I really, really would like your opinions, etc. I have a big decision to make here. Please leave me a comment with your thoughts and/or procedures.
Update: Not only can I not send email from the computer - now the emails I've tried to send from my phone aren't being sent either. And worst of all - I can't seem to comment on any of the blogs I'm reading! I'm asked for my ID, I choose my Google account, but my ID doesn't appear and my comment disappears! I'm sorry about that, as I've tried to post at least a couple dozen comments in the last couple days. Rats!
Leaving you with a few more pictures from our vacation:
|Badwater - the lowest point below sea level in the United States|
|The Charles Schultz Museum in Santa Rosa was a LOT of fun|