I wasn't sure exactly how to word this topic title, but here's my problem:
I am making a quilt for my new soon-to-be-born granddaughter, and I decided to put a decorative quilt stitch (about an inch wide) inside a narrow 1.5" border. Well, despite having done a 'mock-up' of it before actually quilting the stitch into the quilt, I decided (after it was totally done, of course!) that I hated how it looked.
So, have painstakingly removed the stitches and have the needle holes in the fabric.
What is the easiest method to remove these? I had thought I would wet the fabric, then press it.
Any better ideas?