8 Fabulous Fabric Markers
GREAT Fabric Markers
Our girl scout troop used these to decorate child sized aprons- we made 40 and most of the markers still have ink in them, great buy
March 7, 2012
I bought these for a baby shower game. I had the guests decorate onesies for the baby. I didn't personally get time to use them but everybody seemed to lean towards using these as opposed to the paint pens I had available as well. They were easy to use and the colors were true.
June 2, 2009
Good product for the price
Great product for any age.
June 28, 2012
Nice way to avoid a mess
I got these along with the pastel set for a project I want the kids to do at my daughters birthday party. Have tried them out and they work great except that 2 of the markers are pretty dried out in this pack.
May 17, 2012
I bough these pens to go with the quilting project, I was very disappointing when the pen bled through the fabric and did not hold the shape in which was made. the color did get on the children hands, but washed off easily.
I was more disappointed then the children , as an adult.
November 28, 2010
I bought these for craft for my son's Kindergarten class party. These have to be shipped ground shipping so order in advance. Great value...compared at AC Moore...markers there were twice the price.
November 1, 2010
Bought these for VBS and they worked wonderfully.
July 20, 2010
made matching hats for kindergarten field trip. easy, quick, bright colors. couldn't be easier to use.
May 1, 2010
great for kids
Purchased the markers for my seven year old daughter who likes to draw and is very good at it. We made a apron so she can help me in the kitchen. She designed the apron herself it turned out great!
February 15, 2010
Kids had fun
As fabric markers, they work fine and the kids had a great time with them. Major pro: they're not paint and are thus much neater. Minor con: like any marker you try to use on fabric, they get gripped by the fabric if you're not careful so it's hard to draw anything with fine detail. But since we knew that and warned the kids (and b/c they are 3rd graders who think big anyway), no one had any problems with them and we were satisfied with the product.
September 15, 2009