Lions can run as fast as 36 mph, but only for a short time. This might be because they run on their tippy-toes! You know if a lion is a boy because they have a mane.
L is also for lines. Marking lines on quilts is often used to define quilting patterns, and there are all kinds of marking pens out there. Lately my two favorites are these:
The Clover ‘pen’ is actually chalk that’s dispensed through a little wheel – brushes right off! And the Frixion pen comes in a multitude of colors (except white), and irons ou
Recently on Love of Quilting, a quilter sent in a tip for marking straight lines on quilts, without using any kind of marking pen. She suggested that pinning straight strips of fabric along the line you want to quilt works beautifully. That would certainly make it easy to follow the line, especially if you want to set the line 1/4 or 1/2 inch out from the piece of fabric.
Happy marking! Blessings, Peg