Crayola 8-Count Fabric Crayons
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- Tapered point is ideal for detail drawing.
- Smooth, creamy laydown of bright, vivid, opaque color that blends to a true secondary color.
- Jumbo-sized stick designed for children - longer lasting, strong, durable and hexagonal so it doesn't roll off desks.
- Tapered point is ideal for detail drawing.
- Each oil pastel has color name on the label. Crayola Class pack provides multiple colors to choose from. Perfect for classroom and group activities! Great Quality at the best price! Colors wash easily from skin and most clothing. Portability easy
- These 8 vivid colors transfer brilliantly
- Easy to use applies directly to fabric
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Just give your children some paper and these transfer crayons, and have them draw and color their own pictures. It's best to color fairly heavily, brushing off any crumbs. The colors will look quite dull on the paper, but don't worry. After an adult irons the pictures onto any synthetic fabric, the colors will be bright and pretty, and the designs will be permanent and machine washable.
For best results, select a white 100% synthetic fabric with a smooth weave, such as polyester satin or nylon taffeta. Any synthetic fiber will do - polyester, triacetate, acrylic, or nylon - but avoid modacrylic and polypropylene because they will shrink under the heat of the iron. Blends which contain at least 50% polyester or nylon will also work, but the colors will not be as bright. Avoid fabric made of 100% cotton, rayon, linen, silk, or wool, unless you are transferring a design that you want to wash out later.
Don't confuse these fabric crayons with ordinary wax-based Crayola crayons for paper! They look so much alike that you may need to be careful to keep the fabric crayons out of the box of regular crayons.
When my autistic son realized that what he colored, or drawed on paper could be transformed in to a work of permanent art he was thrilled. You can use any type of paper, and draw or color anything and take that piece of paper face down and iron it onto literally any piece of fabric.
Even a page from a coloring book can be transferred to a tshirt, curtain, or anything. But we found it best to make copies of coloring book pages, outline them with the black crayon, then color in normally with the rest of the crayons. Just watch for crayon dst and specks on your paper, because they will transfer alonmg with your image and you'll have colored little specks on your finished product.
You can make sure your fabric sets well with the image by putting the item in the dryer for a few minutes on high heat after you've ironed the image on. Also we have been able to re-color some of our favorites and re-use the colored page time & time again. The possibilities are endless.
And after many many many washings does the color begin to fade. As long as you wash in cold water and no bleach your design will last years.
Another reviewer gave many very helpful suggestions, like about looking for tiny crayon crumbs because, boy, do those show up after ironing!
**update: Actually, it is important to use poly blend shirts. I was incorrect that I had used 100% cotton with these crayons before. When I washed this Kindergarten shirt, it definitely faded, although still looked ok. So, I looked at the tags of other shirts we have succesfully used these crayons on with vibrant results and sure enough, they were poly blend shirts. Best results come with some polyester content in the shirt.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are pretty hard to use on fabric. They don't go on as easy as they seem like they would making it hard to draw pictures on clothing with them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by The Chap's
These are so cool! I can color my fabric labels, or add dimension to a pattern for my quilts!Published 5 months ago by Anna B
Aren't quite as smooth as normal crayons, and you have to press hard, but they iron on exactly as the directions say.Published 6 months ago by Rachel K
This product arrived on time and well packaged! This is an 8 pack of fabric crayons! I ordered these for any art birthday party for my daughter. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Julie Mowdy