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Opinion - Permanent Fabric Pens

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what is your "go to" permanent fabric marking pen for a signature quilt? the quilt is already made and will be signed at a 50th wedding reception. Thanks for your suggestions! :-)


Blessed, Blissed and Gliding with Millie and QP!

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The Sakura Ident-i pens are my favorite for ease of use and permanence. Sherry Rogers-Harrison, of Inklique fame, had a trunk show last month at my guild and that's the product she suggested for signatures.


Linda Rech

Finely Finished Quilts

Millennium on Bliss rails--hand-guided

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Micron Black Pigma pens...available at most craft stores - even Walmart!  :)  Iron them for about 8-10 seconds and they are permanent and washable.  I use them for all of my quilt labels and any quilt that needs permanent writing.

 

Just a tip if you didn't know already - it helps if you iron on a little freezer paper to the backs of the blocks to be signed...writing on the fabric is so much easier with that little bit of freezer paper stabilizer!  :)


Valerie Smith

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**As of March 2015 I will be Quilting on a 2000 APQS Certified Used Millennium!**

Quilting from January 2013 to February 2015 on a non-stitch regulated 1999 Ultimate 1

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