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Thread: Sharpie marker fabric

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    Senior Member moosegirl's Avatar
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    Hi, have you tried drawing on muslin with colored sharpie markers? Use rubbing alcohol 90%, brush over areas you want to disfuse and run. Very interesting results. Rinse/wash -gentle and press dry.
    Lots of fun. Moosegirl

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    Very pretty!

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    Thanks! will have to try that sometime....

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    This I want to try. Thanks for sharing:)

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    It looks fun

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    that is really interesting. I've never heard of doing that before. I like what you have done. :)

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    how cool! I've also saw crayons used for doing wall hangings. You can shred them, melt them with a piece of wax paper & wha la it's in the fabric! Cool idea

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    Thank you for sharing this technique with us :D:D:D

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    Can't wait to try... thanks for sharing!

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    I have never heard of this - wow! stunning results - Love it :D Thank you so much for sharing

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