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DRITZ D746 Smooth Tracing Wheel DRITZ D745 Serrated Tracing Wheel Template Marking Pencil
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DRITZ D746 Smooth Tracing Wheel DRITZ D745 Serrated Tracing Wheel Template Marking Pencil
*NOTE* The new item color in Violet.

Will transfer markings through a double thickness of most fabrics. Use with tracing paper to transfer pattern markings for darts, pleats, tucks, pockets and buttonholes to fabric. To mark multiple layers and bulky fabrics, you may prefer to use the Serrated Tracing Wheel. Always test to be sure that wheel will not damage fabric.Instructions:Work on protected hard surface. Apply even pressure. Mark on wrong side of fabric only, following instructions on Tracing Paper package. Use a See-Thru Dressmaker's Ruler as a guide for tracing straight lines. TIP-To keep fabric from bunching up, roll blade with a forward, then slightly backward motion as you trace along line. Hold fabric taut in front of the tracing wheel.
*NOTE* The new item color in Violet.

Will transfer markings through a double thickness of most fabrics. Use with tracing paper to transfer pattern markings for darts, pleats, tucks, pockets and buttonholes to fabric. To mark lightweight, pile or delicate fabrics, you may prefer to use the Smooth Tracing Wheel. Always test to be sure that wheel will not damage fabric.Instructions:Work on a protected hard surface. Apply even pressure. Mark on wrong side of fabric only, following instructions on Tracing Paper package. Use a See-Thru Dressmaker's Ruler as a guide for tracing straight lines. TIP- To keep fabric from bunching up, roll blade with a forward, then slightly backward motion as you trace along line. Hold fabric taut in front of the tracing wheel.
For designing quilting templates. Marks can be removed with damp cloth.Instructions:Ideal for drawing designs on plastic to create quilting templates. Use pencil to mark purchased templates. Remove unwanted marks on plastic with a dam cloth. TIP - Do not use pencil to mark fabric.
COLLINS C35 Fabric Eraser DRITZ D684 Iron-On Transfer Pencil DRITZ D632-66 Double Faced Wax-Free Tracing Paper
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COLLINS C35 Fabric Eraser DRITZ D684 Iron-On Transfer Pencil DRITZ D632-66 Double Faced Wax-Free Tracing Paper
A non-smudge eraser that removes pencil marks from quilts and fabric. Ideal for quilting and sewing. Transfers designs from paper to fabric with iron. Trace or draw your own designs.Instructions:Always test pencil on swatch of fabric to be sure marks will transfer satisfactorily. Draw design on plain sheet of paper or trace design using tissue paper. Make dark lines for a clear transfer. NOTE - Design will be reversed when transferred. Position paper design side down on fabric. Set dry iron on "Cotton" setting, press for 5-10 seconds. Without moving the design, lift one corner to check transfer. Press again, if necessary. Use only when design will be covered by paint, thread, embroidery floss, etc. Transfer pattern markings and designs to two layers of fabric at the same time. Lines can be transferred to fabric, paper,wood, glass or metal. Transfer lines can be inked or painted over. For needlecraft designs, use a ballpoint pen to achieve a fine line. TIP-always test tracing paper on swatch of fabric being used to be sure marks can be removed satisfactorily. Use a color of tracing paper close to the fashion fabric and mark on the wrong side of fabric.Instructions:Protect work service with cardboard or a cutting mat. To transfer pattern markings. fold fabric wrong sides together. Place tracing paper under pattern between the layers of fabric, transfer pattern markings using tracing wheel. TIP-avoid rubbing tracing paper with your fingers to prevent smearing. To remove marks, use fabric eraser, brush, damp cloth or machine wash.
DRITZ D634-66 Wax Free Tracing Paper COLLINS C3091 Soapstone Fabric Marker CLOVER CN490 Hera Marker
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DRITZ D634-66 Wax Free Tracing Paper COLLINS C3091 Soapstone Fabric Marker CLOVER CN490 Hera Marker
TIP_Always test tracing paper on swatch of fabric being used to be sure marks can be removed satisfactorily. Use a color of tracing paper close to the fashion fabric and mark on the wrong side of fabric. Transfer pattern markings and designs for needlecraft, quiltmaking and fabric painting. Lines can be transferred to fabric, paper,wood, glass or metal. Transfer lines can be inked or painted over. For needlecraft designs, use a ballpoint pen to achieve a fine line.Instructions:Protect work surface with cardboard or a cutting mat. Place tracing paper under pattern with colored side of paper toward the wrong side of the fabric, transfer pattern markings using tracing wheel. To mark two layers of fabric, place two sheets of paper wrong side together and place under pattern between the two layers of fabric. TIP - avoid rubbing tracing paper with your fingers to prevent smearing. To remove marks, use fabric eraser, brush, damp cloth or machine wash. Reduce hand fatigue by using this new lightweight soapstone marking pencil. The ridges provide a comfortable finger grip. The transparent barrel shows the length of the soapstone. Soapstone is a naturally soft, delicate substance. Handle it carefully to reduce breakage. If it breaks, small pieces can still be used in marking pencil. Soapstone develops a thin hard surface when it has been exposed to air over a period of time. Re-sharpen the soapstone and gently scrape the point on a piece of sandpaper before using. Instructions:Instructions: 1. Mark fabric with thin lines. Do not iron over marks. 2 Remove marks by gently rubbing fabric or washing fabric with plain water. 3. To replace soapstone - Unscrew and remove the finger grip section of the marking pencil barrel. Tap barrel lightly to remove any remaining soapstone. Carefully insert soapstone marking refill. Replace finger grip section and screw on to hold refill firmly in place. Use soapstone pencil refill #C3092 by W. H. Collins. The "Hera" is used for marking sharp lines directly onto the fablics. Made of a very durable plastic.
CLOVER CN481W Soft Tracing Wheel White Plastic CLOVER CN480W Tracing Wheel White Plastic DRITZ SRL10 Tracing Paper
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CLOVER CN481W Soft Tracing Wheel White Plastic CLOVER CN480W Tracing Wheel White Plastic DRITZ SRL10 Tracing Paper
Will not tear the paper pattern sheets nor the carbon paper as the wheel does not have sharp edges For transferring a pattern to another paper or making fabrics directly. Wax free transfer paper for precision tracing on any surface. Contains no wax or grease. Erases like pencil - won't smear. Ink or paint over tracing - won't slip. Washes out of fabric - won't set with hot iron. Economical - can be used over and over againInstructions:Put a piece of Saral transfer paper color side down on the surface (wood,paper, fabric, etc) to which you wish to transfer your design. Place your pattern on top of the Saral transfer paper. Using a stylus (ball point pen, pencil, tracing wheel, etc.) follow the outline of your design, applying enough pressure to get the tracing line as dark as you desire.
DRITZ D699 Deluxe Chalk Hem Marker
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DRITZ D699 Deluxe Chalk Hem Marker
Mark your own hem. Marks hems 4-1/2" to 29-1/2" from the floor. Chalk powder included.Instructions:To assemble Hem Marker: Pull down on legs until tops are flush with base. Then swing legs up to lock flared ends into slots. Remove chalk container from spray nozzle and fill with chalk. Push container back into nozzle. Attach spray nozzle onto smll peg on slider. To Mark Hems: Try on garment. If garment is cut on the bias, let it hang for 24 hours before marking. Wear shoes and stand on a hard surface. Line up top of slider with desired measurement from floor. NOTE - The markings on the ruler have been positioned to ensure an accurate measurement from the floor. Stand erect with garment just touching powder dispenser. Squeeze bulb to make a neat chalk line. Continue around skirt making marks approximately 2 to 3 inches apart. Fold and press hemline at marks. Trim and finish hem edges, stitch by hand or machine.