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Dritz 667 Tailor's Marking Set, Assorted

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  • Use marking pens, pencils and chalks for sewing, quilting and crafting
  • Tailor's Set- Strong ceramic lead is made from water soluble dyes and is specially formulated for fabric
  • Lead colors are suitable for dark and light fabrics; Include a soft finger grip for comfort

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Customer Reviews

Terrible!Don't waste your money if you are buying this to mark fabric! I tried it on both white and black fabric and nothing showed up! Terrible product! I returned mine. 1Solid mechanical pencilWorks just like a regular mechanical pencil. But, I see two drawbacks: Only light colors are provided with it (white, pink, and a medium blue/green) and that to change color requires clicking it forever to get one piece out and put another in.Chalk worked great, I would recommend it, but would also recommend having a chunk of tailor's chalk nearby for when you need a darker color. 4The lines are not easy to erase on some fabrics and then you are ...I was able to see the pink and green, but could not seem to get the white to show even on dark fabrics. Then you have to erase the lines. The lines are not easy to erase on some fabrics and then you are left with the eraser mess or you can wash it out. I generally try to avoid washing a new quilt. 3Perfect for Embroidery Placement MarkingI'm currently making 40 small zipper pouches only 4"x4" with a design embroidered on the front. The fabric is a deep purple and marking the design placement is critical for lining it up on the stabilizer which has a temporary adhesive sprayed on it. Both my wax tailor's chalk and clay chalk made lines too thick even after sharpening them. The white fabric marking pen I tried was a flop and I have never had a wooden tailor's pencil that could be sharpened and end up with a tip that didn't break off right away.This fine line automatic pencil was my last resort and it is working perfectly. The embroidery lines up with little or no needle position adjustment and, after it is completed, I use the pencil with the template I made from posterboard to mark the outline for trimming the piece to the exact size, the zipper placement and the two fold lines all at one time. It is saving me hours of working with various rulers and making clip markings which I previously did.The chalk does seem to use up quickly but that is the nature of chalk. The chalk came off easily when I used a Q-Tip dipped in water. One review said there was an issue using the pencil on light weight fabric. I am using Kona Cotton which has a tighter weave to it, but I think it will work just fine with any good quilter' s cotton. I would pretest for use on synthetics or cotton-poly fabrics.Amazon doesn't seem to have a seller for the refills Dritz makes, but Joann fabrics says they carry it and I also can get it from Wawak where I get some of my other tailoring and dressmaking supplies (they also give a discount on quantity purchases of some items).I am so pleased with this pencil that I am considering buying one for each color of chalk so I don't have to spend time changing it in the same pencil.One additional note: When the chalk piece doesn't advance anymore don't pull it out and toss it away. Just insert a new piece in the barrel from the top and keep advancing it until it meets the old piece. It may take a few tries to get the old piece stable at the end, but it will be usable until the new piece closes the gap inside the barrel. My dressmaking instructor years ago was a stickler for not wasting and 50 years later I still have the habit of keeping a fabric scrap stash, vintage (by now) patterns and pre-threaded hand sewing needles in umpteen colors of thread I think I should keep just in case something needs a button sewn on or a seam resewn because the thread "is still good". 5Best Marking Device!!!The price may seem a little high if you compare it to a traditional chalk pencil but it is so worth it! I transfer or draw my pattern pieces on to a heavy card or poster board and then trace them on to my fabric, this mechanical chalk pencil zips around the edges so quickly and precisely that it saves me time when I'm sewing and gives me such crisp lines. I have a chalk cartridge set and it feels so thick and clunky now compared to this lol. If you are a perfectionist this is the pencil for you, it takes some getting used to on different fabrics but it's performed great on everything I've tested it on from muslin to spandex. It comes out easily too, just pay attention to what color you're using as is the case with all chalk pencils. Most of the time it just rubs right out but I've found the red color sometimes needs to be washed out, so if you're using it on a material you don't intend on washing then just keep that in mind. 5Great product for the priceI use this thing frequently, for both fabrics and for my paper crafting. This tailor's chalk marks really well, and removes from fabrics really easily. If anything ever happened to the unit I have now, I can see myself buying this again. 5Best for quiltsRead a lots of bad reviews, but took a risk and ordered it anyways. So glad I did!! I did test it on a small cut out before marking on a quilt to make sure it comes off. Best pen that I used for sure! I had tried chalk, markers, zinc powder, and best them before this pen were markers, expect that they don't last too long and there aren't great on any black or very dark fabric. 5I wish I had found this sooner!I paint gourds and this marker saves me a ton of work and heartache. It is so easy to draw on and then just wipe off when the lines are no longer needed. Perfect for the Toll painter or anyone who likes to draw on and outline that can be removed from the finished work. 5Better than I expectedI use all kinds of methods of marking fabric for darts, notches, center-points and other stuff I need to keep my stitchig where it's supposed to be. I make doll clothes for Barbie - they are tiny and I need to mark them carefully. This particular mechanical pencil-type marker works very well on some fabrics but not all. It does come with three colors of ceramic lead (pink, green, and white) which is nice but a little inconvenient at times. If you are used to using a regular mechanical pencil for office or school, this one works just like it. You pull the top half off and put one piece of lead down in the cylinder of the bottom half; then put the two halves back together and press down on the eraser, clicking it until the lead just starts to come out at the writing tip. Use a light hand with this lead and it will not break. I haven't found that the eraser is very useful but it is long enough to twist up if necessary. The markings usually stay visible long enough for me to sew them but they aren't permanent and sometimes fade before I get to that particular pattern piece. Be gentle with this pencil and remember that no one marking tool will work on everything you sew. 5Highly recommendedI read reviews and they made me nervous. I ordered anyway do to returns are great eith Amazon. Well I am keeping and highly recommend. They work great, easy on hand will break if you press hard but no need to. 5
Dritz 667 Tailor's Marking Set, Assorted

Dritz 667 Tailor's Marking Set, Assorted

4.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€51,00
Sale price
€51,00
Regular price
€84,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€33,00)