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  1. #121
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    Jun 2011
    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    I marked all over a white cotton tone on tone with every color of the pens I have in the set. I didn't iron it. I washed the fabric in a load of towels and dried it with the towels in the dryer. I put it in the freezer (sub 0) over night. No marks appeared. I am sure the ink washed out.
    White tone-on-tone fabric is produced using a form of acrylic fabric paint. Sometimes two tones, one whiter than the other, so that the difference in the feel of the painted portions isn't so obvious. That's why WTOT is more difficult for hand quilters to quilt through than other fabrics.

    My hunch is that the fabric paint acts as a pretty good resist for the ink in the Frixion pens.

  2. #122
    Super Member 117becca's Avatar
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    Oct 2010
    dayton OH
    I will tell the recipient of a quilt that I marked w/ the frixion that if the lines on the quilt ever showed up again, to just take a steam iron to it again and make them go away. ;)

  3. #123
    Senior Member It'sJustMe's Avatar
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    thanks for the heads up

  4. #124
    Super Member Theresa's Avatar
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    Mar 2010
    Oregon City, OR
    I love these pens. Only make a light line when using them. Love how slender the line is. I'm not freezing my quilts so won't worry about that.

    Mostly use them to sew HST's. The line is cut in the middle and sewn on each side. There is no place that it shows.

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