There are different tools that you can use to mark fabric while making a project. Marking pencils are best to use for making darts, pleats, buttonholes, and transferring pattern markings onto fabric. They can be water soluble, or come with a brush to help remove the marks. Tailor's chalk is primarily used in tailoring projects. A dual tipped marking pen has 2 sides, the disappearing ink side is air and water soluble, the Mark-B-Gone side is water soluble and will not dissolve as quickly. A fine line permanent fabric pen can be used to shade and add dimension to ornamental needlework designs, or to sign quilts. Watch the video to find out more!