On Thursday, I marked my white flannel swatch with fine point, washable markers made for kids.
I had read in a hand quilting group post that these markers were the most reliable for complete washout from fabric. I had to know for myself if this was true!
I filled a small bowl with a drop of laundry soap and tepid water.
As soon as I set the fabric in the water, the lines began to breakdown.
I rubbed the fabric between my thumb and fingers a few times and all of the lines came out fully.
Hand quilters know about marking! They do a lot of it and need a marker that will not stain their work.
I need markers like that too! A box of these markers will be part of my quilting supply cabinet!