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  • Iris Girl
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    I use frixion pens for most part. pounce iron off for dark areas that are large. For small dark areas I use a soap pen.

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  • Amarillo19
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    Thank you all for your help.

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  • shirleyknot
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    You can spritz them with a spray bottle to remove them too.

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  • RenC
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    Originally posted by shirleyknot View Post
    I get most of my stencils here. http://quiltingcreations.com/
    And crayola ultre-clean markers are great to mark with.
    I agree with the Crayola Ultra-Clean markers. I just bought some & did some testing. Used unwashed fabric & did 2 lots of marks on each piece of fabric. I ironed one set of marks on each piece & left them sitting around in the sun for a week or so then washed them. All marks washed off with no traces and none of the marks has since reappeared.

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  • shermur
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    http://quiltingstencils.com/
    Frixon pens, pounce, chalk pencils....there are many choices!

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  • grma33
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    sliver of soap will wash right out
    Gale

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  • shirleyknot
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    I get most of my stencils here. http://quiltingcreations.com/
    And crayola ultre-clean markers are great to mark with.

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  • Amarillo19
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    Marking A Stencil

    I want to use a stencil to make a border design on burgundy color cloth. What would be the best way to mark the design? I've never used a stencil before. What's a good place to buy stencils?
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