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Answered 2008-05-07 10:03:09

You can use crayons on just about any kind of fabric. For some of the synthetics, you would find it easier to use a frame, or hoop to hold it tight. The best fabric is heavier cotton, denim, or canvas.

If you are working with a special project, you should purchase the Fabric Crayons, which are specially formulated to write on fabric.

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