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    and is it ok to use ???
    who makes it ??
    found at sale over weekend.
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    Yep, I have one and I use it all the time. :)

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    I have one...works great and I haven't had any problems with it so far, but I've only used the white and blue chalks...

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    I have that! I bought it for marking - liked the variety of colors. It's okay. It's just chalk so as hard to get out as regular chalk. I think it came with a sharpener too (or else I had one from something else and use it for that).

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    I have some myself from when I started quilting. I think they are made by Clover.

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    Yes, I have one too..Never had any problems with getting it out of the fabric.

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    are you talking about the chalk marker- or the chalkboard cloth?
    i have one of the markers- and love it have been using it for 6 or 7 years now- all my friends think it's the greatest too--it is always close at hand.
    as for is it ok to use??? guess it depends on what you want to use it for.
    i use mine for all kinds of things. but if i'm going to mark a quilt for quilting with it i always test to make sure the color i'm thinking about using is going to come out- but i do that no matter what i plan to use...chalk, pencil, marker- what ever - if its somethhing i want to come out i check to make sure it's going to....i do not mark quilts for quilting very often- i use mine for marking diagonals on blocks--and lots of other things that are on the reverse side of the fabric-so it doesn't matter-
    as far as i'm concerned not only is it ok to use- it's great to use---for the things i use it for.
    i do not know who makes it- i bought mine from Clotilde's years ago

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    Home Marking Pens & Tools Marking Pens & Tools Bohin Chalk Cartridge Set

    Bohin Chalk Cartridge Set
    Clover Chaco Liner Pen Style Refill - Silver, White, Pink, Yellow and Blue
    Clover Triangle Tailors Chalk - Blue, White, Yellow or Red

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    Bohin Chalk Cartridge Set
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    have it...love it

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    I have the set. I had some problems removing the yellow from a fabric. I have also used the organge, the blue, the white, and the peach with no issues. Just be careful of the yellow.

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    I also have that one and yes it did come with a pencil sharpner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjk0326
    I have that! I bought it for marking - liked the variety of colors. It's okay. It's just chalk so as hard to get out as regular chalk. I think it came with a sharpener too (or else I had one from something else and use it for that).
    it did come with a sharpener when sold; however missing
    but have a few here somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFQSinc
    I have the set. I had some problems removing the yellow from a fabric. I have also used the organge, the blue, the white, and the peach with no issues. Just be careful of the yellow.
    good to know !!

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    Just bought one about a month ago and I LOVE IT...found it at Hancock's...well worth the money. Last weekend I bought extra chaulk...just in case I have trouble finding it later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suebee
    Yep, I have one and I use it all the time. :)
    :thumbup: :thumbup: It is chalk.

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    I have that set. Before I threw the packaging away, I made sure to write on the cover DO NOT IRON.

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    I have it and it didnt wash out of a purse that I made, the purse was mint green and gray, and the chalk I used was pink. I even scrubbed, soaked bleached and still it remains. Tossed mine in the trash.

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    Oh wow! I had no idea this was available and have been looking for something like this for awhile.
    Guess I better start saving for it.

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    I have this and I use it. Haven't had any problems, but I haven't used the blue, green or yellow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hen3rietta
    I think they are made by Clover.
    Thanks. That's what I was hoping to find out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish
    I have that set. Before I threw the packaging away, I made sure to write on the cover DO NOT IRON.
    VERY GOOD TO KNOW !!
    I don't have the package...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by wvdek
    Oh wow! I had no idea this was available and have been looking for something like this for awhile.
    Guess I better start saving for it.
    CHECK OUT THIS PRICING>>>

    http://www.thefind.com/crafts/info-chalk-cartridge

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltsRfun
    Quote Originally Posted by Hen3rietta
    I think they are made by Clover.
    Thanks. That's what I was hoping to find out.


    CHECK OUT THIS PRICING>>>

    http://www.thefind.com/crafts/info-chalk-cartridge

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    yes I have one and love it. Use it all the time to mark stuff

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    I have it too. Have only used white and orange. The orange took some work to get it out completely. The white (used on black) came out easy. To remove it I used a clean dry tooth brush. The orange was hard to get out of the thread, and the holes where the thread punched (I used it to mark for quilting).

    The other day I wanted to use it and I found the holder, but not my box of different colors. I think it must have eloped with my bi-fold mirror - can't find that either.

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