Resources: Marking Tools
The recommendations on this page are for items that I personally use and trust because they make my life easy and they work!
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This tool can be used to turn and poke out points and also to crease seams.
A hera marker is used to make creases on fabric and I use it where possible instead of using a fabric marking pen. It can also be used to press out curved seams. Perfect for sewing or quilting applications.
Also available in a slim version for more intricate markings.
My favorite marking pen for times when I can’t use a hera marker. It’s white and can be used on practically any color fabric (except white) and I like it because it has a super fine tip for intricate markings, it works every time, and it disappears when you apply steam from your iron.
For applications where I can’t use my hera marker or the fine white marking pen, I like to use this chalk marker. It makes a strong, visible mark and easily wipes or washes away.