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    question about a white marking pencil

    I have one of those white marking pencils that has a little stiff brush on the other end. Do I HAVE to try to brush it out when I am done sewing or will it come out in the wash? Of course I don't have the thing it came in to read the directions if it had any.
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    If I recall right it can be erased (I think that's what the brush is for).I think it will wash out,but you might want someone else to second that.
    :icon_wave:Joan

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      #3
      Re: question about a white marking pencil

      I had one of those a long time ago. I used it for marking darts. I haven't a clue either I guess.
      🌺 Lorie

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        #4
        Re: question about a white marking pencil

        It washes out easily/

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          #5
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          Thanks everyone. I will wash it out.
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            #6
            Re: question about a white marking pencil

            When in doubt, test it out! Mark and stitch on a test piece, and put it through the washer,
            If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.- Zig Ziglar

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              #7
              Re: question about a white marking pencil

              I use chalk all the time and it always washes out. I don't use that little brush but I think it is for when you are marking something and you make a mistake then you can just remove the boo boos and re-mark without washing the whole piece.

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                #8
                Re: question about a white marking pencil

                Things can change if you iron over them too.
                I'm turning into a chacoliner snob. I love that thing. It makes a nice, easy to see line that sticks around while I quilt. If I make a mistake, I can erase it with a few swipes of a fingernail or a damp finger. It comes in several colors for different fabrics.
                It's making my Fons & Porter marking pencil jealous.
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                and those who matter don't mind. - Dr. Seuss

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