How to mark dark fabric precisely, in a way that will wash out?
One of my favorite hobbies is painting t shirts, and I absolutely love using black shirts with white designs, however it’s been really hard to find something washable to draw designs on to begin with? I’m not the type to just begin painting and get it right, I need something washable to sketch it as a guide. I’ve used those washable fabric pens(really hard to get a good line), also cheap eyeshadow (not opaque and occasionally stained+hard to get a precise brush that picks up product), and tailors chalk (not a sharp enough point). Does anyone on here have any other ideas? Thank you!
- EnguerarrardLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
Water color crayons.
- Elaine MLv 78 months ago
white chalkboard chalk.
- dripLv 78 months ago
Tailor chalk and chalk isn’t going to have a point, they have a flat edge.
Go on amazon and search for quilting markers
- Anonymous8 months ago
I use a tailor's pencil which you can get a point on for quilt making and use a lot of black fabric. Many people swear by friction pens which you remove with heat, but chalk has always worked for me.
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- FrederickLv 48 months ago
Use cosmetic mascara
- GypsyfishLv 78 months ago
Chalk is what has been historically used.