My good technique of what to do with material after you take out out of the dryer, but before you are ready to cut it.
I tried rolling it to preserve the matched selvages. It was a so-so solution. Sentinel supervises.
Laying out the material. There are two pieces because I didn't buy enough the first go-round leaving me nervous for the next few days until I could get back to the fabric store. Happily, this is a very nondescript fabric, so it was still there. Also, in the longer strip of material, I have marked a point in the fabric with two clothespins. This was because I didn't notice one of those little plastic tag things (the kinds that carry the price tags on most clothing) before I washed and dried this material and said little plastic thing caused a huge snag. So I had to work around that. It was fine, though. I had enough.
I am trying a new marking tool this time: The Clover Pen.
My review? Best marking device I've come across. And I've tried a lot. It's full of chalk (you can get blue, yellow and pink, plus refills) and at the bottom is a tiny little wheel which rolls along the fabric and spits out a fine line of chalk. It would get clogged at times, because of the fabric, but I couple of good taps cleared the clog. This will become my go-to marking pen for the foreseeable future.