I'm always on the look out for new ways of marking fabric. I've tried the "that last bit of the soap" route which was fine until I started using the tail end of some Wright's Coal Tar soap and the smell was overpowering. (I love the soap, but the smell was just a little bit too much.) I've tried tailor's chalk - nope - marked the fabric and it doesn't wash off very well. I bought a chalk marker from the LQS which I love using, especially for Baptist Fans. Then Tonya and Bonnie talked about the Hera marker and I thought I'd give it a go. Doesn't mark the fabric. It just leaves an indent. As you know, The Young One is going back to the UK on Saturday for 2 weeks so I've been doing a search for shops in Canterbury which would sell this little tool. I then had a brain wave! The Young One used to have Play-Doh when she was little. Each pack contained a cutting tool which is basically the same design.
It works!That's saved some pennies!
Can you see the diagonal line in the blue square?