One seems to be mentioned quite a lot, the Pigma Micron. But then I read a post where the blogger (can't remember who) was kinda disappointed with it.
So I figured I test things myself.
I cut a few strips of white fabric and then I tested every single pen (type) in my stash. That's just showing on the left.
I could tell straight away that some of them wouldn't be any good. Didn't write well on fabric, a lot of feathering etc etc. And then I rinsed this piece straight away to see what would happen.
On the other two I tested the ones that I hadn't ruled out already. I left both strips to let the ink dry for a couple of hours. Then I scrubbed the middle one with soap and water.
I ironed the one on the right and then I scrubbed that one as well.
Of all the pens I tried, the Pigma Micron came out best I think. Both the black and the red one.
Obviously, I don't know how they will stand up to repeated washes of a quilt. Anyone have experience with this?
What pen (if any) do you use to label quilts?
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