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Ogrmar 10PCS Professional Tailors Chalk Triangle Tailor’s Chalk Markers Sewing Fabric Chalk

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Tailors’ chalks in 4 colors, different colors meet your different needs, suitable for professional tailor and home tailoring.
A solid block of chalk with a triangular shape makes it easy to hold and make markings.
Test the chalk on a piece of fabric before marking on fabric.
Can be applied to temporary marking of pattern or designs on fabric, Easy to apply on any fabric,convenient to use, can be removed by dipping in wate.
Chalk may break in transit. If you have any questions about the product, feel free to contact us.

$16.99

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Specification: Ogrmar 10PCS Professional Tailors Chalk Triangle Tailor’s Chalk Markers Sewing Fabric Chalk

Weight 0.2 lbs
Dimensions 2.3 × 2.3 × 2.3 in

10 reviews for Ogrmar 10PCS Professional Tailors Chalk Triangle Tailor’s Chalk Markers Sewing Fabric Chalk

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  1. Greg

    These all arrived intact—none broken, and as advertised. This is the first fabric marking item I have tried. This chalk is very hard. It’s so hard that I almost can’t use them on the 100% cashmere fabric I have, because I have to press so hard to make a mark that it moves the fabric rather than slides across it (then the fabric bunches up). This is still mostly true even when I am holding the fabric down tightly right where I am marking. I can’t use them for precision marking on this particular fabric. Softer chalk means more chalk will break, but I still need to look for another product.Read more

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  2. AudOne

    I saw how many reviews there were on this product and its overall rating and instead of reading the reviews, I thought this was a sure enough sign of a quality product. This chalk is more like WAX. It leaves an unpleasant stickiness to your hands, unlike the dryness of a chalk. The people who gave this great reviews must not have experience using a quality product. Getting it to leave a mark is incredibly tasking… which defeats the purpose of using it. I tried shaving a few layers off thinking this might improve performance and get rid of the waxy exterior. Sadly, that wax continues throughout and shaving it didn’t improve performance or mark-ability of the product. To be fair, I usually use Clover products which are highly superior. Clover chalk is amazing and I should have just gone with what works instead of going for the bargain. Regrets, for sure. I urge you to learn from my mistake. Go with a brand known for making sewing products like Clover or Dritz. Joann Fab. has a pretty good app. For specialized needs go to a specialized merchant.Read more

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  3. Nancy Tomlinson

    This chalk is waxy, leaves a nice bold line (see first pic) and can handle reasonable pressure without breaking. This chalk is also pretty hard to remove completely from fabric. I tried brushing it off and it did lighten considerably, but the brushing pressure would damage delicate fabrics, and I tried steaming it off, like you would candle wax, it didn’t make much difference (pic 2). Finally I washed the swatch and the wax removed about as much as my marker (pic 3). I also tried on blue cotton (pic 4). Not great for fine garment sewing but could have applications in stuff where you won’t see the wrong side of fabric.Read more

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  4. S. LaCour

    Pro: all of the pieces were intact, even though the box was shipped in a bubble-lined envelope. Cons: needs very firm pressure to mark a line, which creates drag on knit fabrics leading to bunching, wrinkling, and crooked lines. This product may be better suited for woven fabrics. Will try a Chaco marker to see if it makes a smooth line with light pressure. Updated comments: Tried using this on a quilt made from various woven fabrics, and it did make solid, visible lines for quilting. However, once stitched upon, the lines do not brush off and neither do they wash out. This makes them completely unsuitable for marking quilting lines. I’ll go back to a water erasable pen which disappears completely when rinsed.Read more

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  5. Trisha

    I absolutely love it! I have tried all kinds of pencils and no matter the color, they would not come off of the pencil and onto the fabric. I have tried numerous other tailor’s chalk and they would always crumble and make a huge mess. I saw these and thought maybe? For the cost and quantity I would be crazy not to try them. I LOVE THEM! They have 3 pointed corners so you will always have a crisp mark on your fabric. And they don’t get all over your hands. When I am done, I simply brush the chalk. From now on this will be my only Tailor’s chalk.Read more

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  6. K.

    These work much better on non-stretchy fabrics. I don’t know if it’s just me, but I was working with a 4-way stretch knit and needed to mark cut lines–for the life of me I couldn’t get the chalk to mark on the fabric without the fabric bunching up, which ended up creating massively crooked/broken lines. As far as non-stretch cotton goes though it worked like a charm. I thought these would be guitar pick-sized for some reason, but these are MUCH larger, about the size of my palm…so now I have a lifetime supply of this chalk!Read more

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  7. Child of God

    None came broken. Way easier to use than chalkboard chalk (those are like skinny sidewalk chalk if you were born after 1980.) These work consistently (unlike Fons & Porter chalk wheels) and the marks are easier to remove than those from Chako Liners (a light brush with a soft toothbrush works fine.) If you mark fabric with chalk, these are the best I’ve found.Read more

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  8. LovelyStrife

    They’re okay. Several of the pieces broke in shipping, and two others cracked on the first use. I wasn’t rough on them, either. I know how to use tailor’s chalk and I was hoping these would work as well as the one I bought at the quilt shop. The colours are nice and I like the variety, but I am disappointed at the quality and the lack of cushioning around the box of chalk when it was shipped. Honestly, if I didn’t have an immediate need for this item, I would have returned it because of the problems.Read more

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  9. Mark

    So hard you struggle to make a visible line, unless you press hard into the fabric.Read more

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  10. rebecca wong

    Don’t chalk well. Poor.Read more

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