Safe. Acid Free. Odour Free.
These versatile twin tipped markers are an easy and safe way to decorate and add a touch of colour and personality to most fabric surfaces. With a range of standard and fluorescent colours that will enhance any creative project.You can now customise t-shirts, jeans, shoes, cushion covers, carry bags and more with ill...
Safe. Acid Free. Odour Free.
These versatile twin tipped markers are an easy and safe way to decorate and add a touch of colour and personality to most fabric surfaces. With a range of standard and fluorescent colours that will enhance any creative project.You can now customise t-shirts, jeans, shoes, cushion covers, carry bags and more with illustrations, type, drawings, thoughts or writings, quick and easy …the possibilities are infinite.
Available in a range of 13 bold colours with a double-ended tip (pointed and chisel broad) to help create lines of varying widths adding versatility and a dynamic finish to any design - use them for detailed work, to outline letters or for wide strokes of colour. They are Acid free and odour free.
New Derivan FabricArt Marker’s colours are transparent and matt when dry, they resist fading on most fabrics and are wash resist during normal wash cycles after they are heat fixed.
For best results wash and iron beforehand to remove any sizing. Allow the fabric to dry. The markers will work on cotton, polyester and most fabrics. Please note that colours may not show up on dark coloured fabrics.
It is prudent to do a test piece prior to embarking on a large project.
Place the fabric to be decorated on top of a piece paper or cardboard to prevent the markers from bleeding through the cloth. If you are drawing on a T-shirt, place the paper inside the shirt, between the front and back sections. Lay the fabric out on any work surface so it is smooth. It is best to tape the edges to hold the fabric in place while you work.
Colour your material using a plenty of ink. Light marks are more likely to wash out. Saturating the fabric well will guarantee the colour will remain on the fabric. Put aside your creation to let it dry before you set the design with heat. Drying times may range from just a few minutes to an hour or more, depending on how thoroughly you have covered your fabric. Test the surface of the paint to ensure it is dry.
The Derivan FabricArt maker in white on dark fabrics:
When first applied the white looks very transparent when applied over dark coloured fabrics - leave it to dry for 10 or 15 minutes and it will produce a brilliant opaque white mark. On very porous or open weave fabrics you may need to repeat the application 2 or 3 times to achieve an opaque finish (leaving to dry between applications).
The FabricArt Marker in white makes a great base for all the other colours on dark fabrics. When using Derivan FabricArt Markers on dark coloured fabrics, do your design in the white marker first, as described above, and once dry, apply chosen colours over the top to achieve an opaque finish on dark fabrics.
Set the markers by using either an iron or clothes dryer.
Iron: With an iron on cotton setting – press over the design slowly for about 2 to 3 minutes on the reverse side of the fabric. Move the hot iron over the surface evenly.
Dryer: If you prefer to use the dryer, tumble dry on high for about an hour and a half. Tumble dry only the items you have coloured with your fabric markers in the same load to avoid staining other clothing.Washing:
Allow 48 hrs. after fixing before washing. Gentle machine-washing in cold water is best. Do not use bleach. Hang to dry.