Chocolate. On my linen. For years I have been eating, drinking, snacking while stitching, without incident. Today, it all came to an end. Hard to believe that a tiny piece of Dove dark would be overlooked. I examine the red foil to make sure there aren't any loose tiny flakes, lick the outside edges that hold that delicate chocolate dust, so for a tiny crumb to get by me was more surprising than it showing up on the linen. Wasn't even in an area that my fingers would have been. Nevertheless, there it was. I used warm water to drip through the linen, hoping it would take the chocolate with it. It didn't completely and like a dodo, I rubbed it a little. So there is a small lighter area now, and I believe the leaves from the tree will hide it. I'll work that side and see what happens, before flipping the linen over (the back side is not nearly as bad). A lighter spot on a solid like Belfast's Charcoal would be very noticeable, but the very slight variations in this overdyed helps hide it. I guess I'm so used to using my almost indestructible unbleached rough stuff, that I am too lax in the care of my projects. Well.... too bad. I'm not changing.