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    Ditto on still looking....I used to use the blue but bought a few that dried out REALLY fast and quit...just changed to the purple and am frustrated with the inconsistencies on my fabrics and the thin one is useless. Enlighten me LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose Marie
    I also use pounce white and blue. Like the blue best. Use with the stencils that have a mesh instead of cutouts.
    The pounce pads can be used with the cutout stencils also.

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    What is the point of an air soluble? If it disappears right away, why bother?

    I checked mine, they were water soluble, not air.

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    Moonhoney2, you say you bought the Fons and Porter white retractible pencil. Have you used it yet? I've had my eye on that one and am really curious if it works well. I haven't found anything that marks on black very well.

    Linda

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    I use a pen that disapears when it is ironed I have a light and a dark. I also use a chalk pencil that has about 10 different colored chalks in it

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    Would you mind sharing with us who your pens and chalks are made by?



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    Quote Originally Posted by treasurelady
    Moonhoney2, you say you bought the Fons and Porter white retractible pencil. Have you used it yet? I've had my eye on that one and am really curious if it works well. I haven't found anything that marks on black very well.

    Linda
    Not yet. I was working on sewing this past weekend. Next weekend is basting the blocks and drawing the patterns. Possibly quilting if I get time. I'll let you know then. Unless I get to sneak some time in during the week to work on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deb G
    Would you mind sharing with us who your pens and chalks are made by?

    I do not know how many of you have cats but mine love to play with my stuff. I am looking for my pens, pencils and chalk pencils so I can share with you. I love the chalk pencil set I have. It has lots of colors and you can buy refills when you use up a color. I did a search on chalk pencils and there were several reviews
    [url]http://www.quiltersreview.com/article.asp?article=/review/product/010108_a.asp

    I will get back later with the names of my products

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deb G
    Would you mind sharing with us who your pens and chalks are made by?


    I found one of them

    These are the chark pencils that I really like. They are about 9 dollars and you can get the at Hancock of Paducah
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    Tricia, isn't it funny the things cats like to play with?

    Thanks for the info on the chalks.

    Deb

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