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Thread: Quilting markers

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    Member Grandy's Avatar
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    I need to find a really good marking pencil brand. I've tried several. Want white and silver that will hold a sharp point. I mark all my fabric after I get the quilt sandwiched. Do not want to wash quilt just to get markings out. I'd like a pencil that can be erased easily. Can anyone help?

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    I use soap slivers. no problem with washing, but sometimes lines wear off before I get to area to quilt.

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    Sorry, can't help, tried every thing and just can't see any of them.

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    Try the "Ultimate Pounce". It disappears with the touch of an iron and shows up/stays on really well.

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    I'd agree with the iron-off Pounce powder (or iron-off Micacle Chalk). I use these in my longarming, and they've always worked great for me. You can use them for a stencil or in a chalk wheel.

    Hope this helps,
    Debbie in Austin

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