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Tulip Fabric Markers Fine Tip 12pk
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful
on January 22, 2011
Absolutely the best fabric markers. They were fantastic for embelishing a quilting project, on clothing, and signatures on a memory quilt. The colors were true and have stayed vibrant after several washings.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful
on September 15, 2011
I bought these markers to use with Robobox - Creative Stencil & Pen Set to stencil robots onto canvas tote bags because one of the markers with my original Robobox set had fallen apart during shipping.

I had two concerns: the length and width of the tip of the markers and whether the marker would bleed if I paused while stenciling.

The tips of these markers were definitely long enough to reach through the plastic stencils. They were a little wider than the tips of the markers that came with the Robobox set so some of the fine details were lost. There was no bleeding during short pauses while stenciling. However, there was a little bleeding when the stencil was traced over and over to pick up some of the fine details.

These markers performed much better than Sharpie Fine-Tip Permanent Marker, 24-Pack Assorted Colors on canvas. The Sharpies bled heavily when there was a pause in stenciling.

One thing that I did not realize from the description of the product was that you get three twelve packs of the fabric pens so this a good deal for a group craft project.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
on April 21, 2011
We tried these markers during my 7 year olds birthday party. The girls all decorated pillow cases as party favors (it was a sleepover party)and they still look like new even after the abuse of 20 little girls! The colors are bright and after several washings, have not faded. There is also a wonderful selection of colors included.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on October 20, 2011
I needed a classroom set of fabric markers for a project. I've used crayola fabric makers in the past with excellent results. However, for this project I need a finer tip for more detail and I didn't want the hassle of heat setting which is required with the crayola. After reading the reviews and discovering that there were 3 packs, I decided to jump on this product. The point is narrower- about half the width- than the crayola markers; I would consider it a medium point. It's about the same as a regular "skinny" marker. It wasn't quite as narrow of a tip as I would have liked. I tried out several colors. The purple does tend to bleed. The teal is not nearly as light as what is indicated on the cap. I was pleased with all the other colors. For the price, I still think is was a good product.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on November 19, 2011
I also ordered this partially because I thought I would be getting 3 packs of the markers. NOPE, I only received one as did the previous reviewer. That doesn't seem quite right Amazon? If customers have been getting 3 packs for almost the entire year, why stop now?

I may be sending these back, will have to see if I can find something else.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on March 12, 2012
These worked well on the cotton fabric I used them on. Are colorfast, and with stencils, look like print. My only issue was that a couple of them were almost dry...could just be a fluke though. All in all they were decent fabric markers, at a reasonable price.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on February 11, 2012
These Markers work very well, but they seemed like they were all used before or very old. 2 of the Markers were dry and didn't work. Other than this nothing was wrong.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on February 25, 2013
I had to return this to Amazon because 4 or 5 of them were dried up. I tried a couple of them on white fabric, let it dry, and laundered it. The colors didn't run but there was a substantial amount of fading.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on December 28, 2012
I bought these fabric markers to help me in a shoe design for a friend's gift. They write well and can even blend if you work with them. There are some issues with this pack though: it appears they give you a light blue and dark blue marker. This is not correct. It is dark blue and darker blue. I wanted a clear blue sky for my design, and was only able to get that by purchasing Tulip's 20-count pack which does come with a light blue. Most of the colors seem to be on the darker side. You should be careful when coloring your design so that you use light colors like pink and yellow first. You can always make a yellow black, but once you go black, you won't go back.

I'm not sure whether it was due to my method of application, but for some reason my light green marker died before my project was complete. I gave it time to recover but it didn't change. If you are working on a larger project (which could be two whole shoes covered with intricate designs) I would recommend going for Tulip's 20-count pack. There are much more color variations and you have more options if one of the markers dies. If you are working on something simple and light, these should be fine.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on July 3, 2013
I had a blast playing around with these markers on a white tea towel!! The colors blend and layer in interesting ways. If you do multiple layers of one color, you can get a really intense hue. It would probably be hard to get a uniform color over a big area for that reason, but I'd probably use fabric paint for something like that anyway. I also tried these on wet fabric and got a very nice-looking watercolor effect. The finished product laundered beautifully and the texture is soft, not stiff like fabric paint. I'm looking forward to doing many more projects with these markers.
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