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Inked Permanent Fabric Markers

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Disclaimer: I received this product for free or at a reduced price in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

Fabric markers are a necessity for me. Both of my embroidery machines are older and often mess up the designs I am stitching out. Before getting fabric markers I would either ditch the whole project and start over or try to put an appliqué over the “oops” area. Neither were an ideal solution as both options cost time and money. So when I was offered a free pack of the Inked Permanent Fabric Markers I said sure, I’ll try them.

Now we all know some products work great at first but several months later fail. That is not the case with these markers. I have been using them a little over a year and they still work great. The items I used them on – blankets – have not had any issues with the ink fading or bleeding. That is great! Now you do get 10 colors in the pack, they are water based inks so you do have to iron the ink into the fabric once you put it on. They are non-toxic and child safe so they are ideal for those school projects that have kids sign each others clothing.

Mark Making Techniques in Brush Pen
Mark Making Techniques in Brush Pen

I love the fine 2mm tip. It lets me easily make things like eyes. It also helps me stay inside those lines my embroidery machine makes. I think the colors are very vibrant and I am truly happy with the product. If you are looking for a set of permanent fabric markers, I recommend the Inked Permanent Fabric Markers.

Sheri Ann Richerson from ExperimentalHomesteader.com talks about the Inked Permanent Fabric Markers. She did receive this for review.

 

 

 

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