It’s a Quilt Fabric Marker Showdown!

Here in the Lindy J Quilts studio, we’re always trying new + different ways to make quilting “easier.” And when it comes to making marks on our quilts, what is the best fabric marker to use for quilting?

Best Quilt Fabric Marker

Our video blog post answers this question because it is a QUILT FABRIC MARKER SHOWDOWN! 

Featured Quilt Marking Tools:

  • Dressmakers Fabric Marker
  • Mark-Be-Gone Disappearing Ink Marker
  • Fabric Eraser Used with a Pencil
  • Frixon Disappearing Pen

Watch this quick video to find out which fabric marking tool won the showdown!

I mean, who knew the world of fabric markers could be so fun!

What about you?  Do you have a favorite fabric marker? 

Leave a comment below – we’d love to check it out!

Thanks for stopping by!

Jenn + Linda

P.S.  We’re not sponsored by these companies – we’re just ordinary quilters who like to test out quilting tools!

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3 thoughts on “It’s a Quilt Fabric Marker Showdown!”

  • Hi
    I think you used water to remove the air dispersible purple marker, rather than to other end which is turquoise and does remove easily with water. The purple marker end will disappear over time, within 6 – 12 hours, or less, wich makes it useful for small projects but not large.
    Frixion Pens are brilliant but on most hand dyed fabric and many batiks it leaves a ghost mark when ironed off. Not a problem if you are stitching on your lines but…

    • Ha! That’s too funny – No wonder I struggled with that marker! Since the Frixon has won my heart, I think I’ll bypass the others. 🙂

  • Our quilting group uses the Dritz purple end and it does disappear on its own in several hours or less, depending on the humidity. You do not have to use water!

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