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Sublime Stitching Transfer Pens

Our Sidekicks are trying out Sublime Stitchings new Transfer Pens in today's Craft Test and you can craft along with them by making an Embroidered Thinking Hat, Glow-In-The-Dark Animal Ear Pillows and some Lucky Baby Shoes.



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Embroidered Thinking Hat by Stef

The Sublime Stitching Iron-on Transfer pen was a breeze to work with. The fine tip was just enough line to work as a guide on the hat. Being able to transfer virtually any art with the help of this pen onto surfaces will transform your embroidery dreams into a reality. I could see using this pen beyond stitching projects when I need to transfer images and guides.

Glow-In-The-Dark Animal Ear Pillows by Cat

When Sublime Stitching sent me one of their new transfer pens, I couldn't resist embroidering our pillows with cat and bear ears. I love how fine the pen was, perfect for drawing even the smallest of designs.

Lucky Baby Shoes by Jennifer

I used the pen at first being a bit skeptical as the package states permanent ink and worried me that the ink lines would be too large to cover with fine stitches. Well, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the pens tip was indeed very fine. The ink did not bleed out when ironed on to the fabric, which was a issue with another type used. Overall I would recommend Sublime Stitching Fine Tip Iron-on pens for fine and even delicate embroidery work. It's a invaluable tool in my supplies.

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