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These markers come in exciting colors. All colors mix well together. Draw or write on cloth as easily as you do on paper. No mess, no cleanup, pigment fabric dye is permanent after drying, and heat setting is not required. Brush tip markers are non-toxic, conforms with ASD4236.

Fine art color set contains black, alizarin crimson, cobalt blue, viridian, yellow ochre and portrait pink.

Tropical color set contains lemon, apple green, magenta, grey, peacock blue and violet.

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Product Questions and Answers

Can you tell me the size of the nib?

- Asked by Carolyn Poynter on 23-Feb-14

Yasutomo does not indicate a nib size for this brush tip. The tip tapers to a point ideal for creating fine lines. The side of the tip can also be used to make broad strokes.

- Answered by MisterArt on 27-Feb-14

My Fabric Mate markers have dried up. is there anything I can do about it?

- Asked by Rita Alexander on 14-Nov-12

These markers are made of pigment fabric dye. Once the dye is dried out the marker cannot be reused.

- Answered by MisterArt on 15-Nov-12

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Customer Product Reviews

Rated by: Maxine G. in Hanapepe, HI
These work great, but dry up faster than Marvy Fabric pens, they do have a great range of colors available.
Rated by: Vickey T. in Rentz, GA
Pens are the best that I have found so far. They write smooth and are easy to handle. Love the colors. Great product!!
Rated by: Ann M. in Santa Rosa Beach, FL
I love these markers...they allow me to add touches to my art quilts just like paint...but without the mess.
Rated by: Elaine D. in Timberlake, OH
I've been enjoying using the Yasutomo FabricMate Markers. They work great on my stamped embroidery projects and I've also used them for general art projects.
Rated by: Judy M. in Beaumont, CA
Product exceeded my expectations. I used these pens on a wall hanging and they blend quite well. I would recommend for any use on fabric. Great product.
Rated by: margo b. in nyc, NY
good quality at a resonable price

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