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    One of my schoolies has a design she'd like to create on a t-shirt and a hooded top. I have a very limited range of colours in my usual set of fabric-crayons.

    Can she use Sharpies for this? There's a good range of colours and they have a good tip for fine designs. But are they colourfast when the garments are washed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunyip View Post
    One of my schoolies has a design she'd like to create on a t-shirt and a hooded top. I have a very limited range of colours in my usual set of fabric-crayons.

    Can she use Sharpies for this? There's a good range of colours and they have a good tip for fine designs. But are they colourfast when the garments are washed?
    Our sharpie t-shirts lost their colour/ designs after a few washes.

 

 

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