Have you ever ran out of tailor chalk or lost your tailor chalk in the middle of sewing project? If so, Leah Rybak shows you how using a bar of soap as a marking pen is a great and simple alternative! See an awesome example for using this technique and learn how to efficiently break your bar of soap into marking pieces.
Tailors Chalk is available in 4 colors, and is the traditional way to mark your fabric with pattern information, seam lines and resizing marks. Sold by the piece. Also sold by the assortment box. Click the link below.
Once you finish choosing your threads, you will need to create a craft basket. The basket will include thimbles, scissors both for cutting paper and fabric, (a few pairs) threader, hand needles, pencils, tailor chalk, seam ripper, and a measuring device. You will also need straight quilter pins, pincushion, glue stick, and a few safety pins. (Large)
The triangular tailors chalks come in a variety of colours and quantities - Please use the drop-down box to make your selection.
**Please Note: Coloured Tailors Chalk only available in Mixed Box of 50 pieces, made up of approximately 25 white and approximately 25 assorted colours, in varying amounts of each colour : red, blue, yellow and black.
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