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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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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.

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Crayola 8ct Fabric Crayons turn crayon drawings into colorful fabric art. It's safe, fun and easy to use. These 8 vivid colors transfer brilliantly. Easy to use applies directly to fabric.

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Product Dimensions 0.4 x 2.8 x 4.5 inches
Item Weight 1.9 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B001604KLS
Item model number 52-5009
Manufacturer recommended age 4 - 15 years
Best Sellers Rank #63,407 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#195 in Toys & Games > Arts & Crafts > Drawing & Painting Supplies > Crayons
#1,968 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys > Art & Creativity
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By Paula Burch on August 28, 2006
Crayola Fabric Crayons contain a kind of dye, Disperse Dye, which works well when ironed onto all synthetic fibers such as polyester, but washes right out of natural fibers such as cotton.

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.
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Of course I only read the instructions just before a half-dozen seven-year-olds came over, and then noticed that the instructions recommend polyester fabrics. I had prepared 100% cotton lunch bags to be decorated, so had to switch tactics -- rather than have the girls color on paper and iron it on (which basically didn't work on the cotton), they colored right on the fabric. I threw them in the dryer for half an hour to set the color and they worked our great.
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In case you don't know how these work let me tell you. The are craons, and function just like any ordinary crayon. The difference is in what you can accomplish with these.

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.
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I just ironed a bunch of fabric crayon pictures onto t-shirts for a class project and I am really impressed by the how vivid the colors come out, much more so than what than on the pictures themselves! The result is that you get this cool, bright artistic look to your projects, like you see with company logos and designs, etc, that are made to look like kids' crayon drawings. Very fast and easy to apply, too, it took me about two minutes to do each quarter-page-size picture. Just make sure you don't rub the iron around, you just want to lift the iron up and down to move it. I look forward to coming up with art projects for summer and Sunday school using these for the low cost, great results regardless of artistic ability and quick completion time. Also remember that the transferred image will be a mirror-image of what was drawn.

Another reviewer gave many very helpful suggestions, like about looking for tiny crayon crumbs because, boy, do those show up after ironing!
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About 10 years ago, my older daughters used fabric crayons to decorate pillow cases. The pillow cases are still being used and the designs are still there. I bought some more for my younger daughters who are having a great time doing the same thing.
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This product works well. We used these on our One World One Canvas .com (non-profit) trip to Haiti. First let me say that I have used these before and they were not effective; the design looked great until it washed away during the first washing. So anyone who is going to use these...use 50/50 synthetic brand (not 100% cotton) and ABSOLUTELY pre-wash the shirts. We prewashed 250 shirts and took them to Haiti. THe orphans and nearby school children created a design and we ironed them on the shirts. Not only did they get new clothes....but something they designed. This made them so happy. We had practiced before-hand and washed the shirts afterward and the design remained bright. I am glad I purchased this.
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Just got done ironing several designs onto my Kindergartener's shirt. It is a Halloween project (rather than a costume) using first letter of name and things that start with that letter. Kids are encouraged to do the work themselves. Since these are color on paper then transfer onto the shirt, it works great for kids. The colors transfer really well, just remember to write any words backwards. It really shows off the drawing - just like on paper. We've made other shirts on all-cotton shirts and they wash well. Perhaps they work better on blends or poly items (as the directions indicate), but I have never used these crayons on anything but 100% cotton. Wish they had more colors, but the 8 pack works well. In the end, for this particular project, I plan to let child embellish with some fabric glitter paint on top of some of the designs. Have fun - it is a low cost and clean way to have some crafty fun, no matter the age.

**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.
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