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Please note that due to rising costs and new rules, I am no longer posting internationally. I am so sorry!
CHRISTMAS POST DATES: My last day for posting orders is Friday 15th December - orders placed after 12 noon on this date will be posted out from Wednesday 3rd January 2024.
(Updated 20th November 2023.)
Aquatrick marker and water pen
Add these super handy pens to your sewing box – perfect for hand embroidery, quilting, cross stitch and more! You can even use the water pen to remove stains. Amazing!
The Prym Aquatrick marker and water pen is brilliant for hand embroidery projects where you need a permanent transfer whilst stitching, with the option to remove any visible lines once complete. Simply draw on the fabric with the marker pen, and then stitch over the top. To remove the pen from the fabric, simply fill up the water pen, and squeeze as you draw over the lines with the brush. The tip of the brush will become wet, and the ink will be removed from the fabric. Amazing!
The marker pen should be stored cap downwards, to prevent it from drying out. Make sure that you remove any markings before ironing. Another brilliant thing about the water pen is that if it is filled with a mixture of water and stain remover, it can be used to remove stains with ease.
Always make sure that you test the marker and water pen on a fabric sample before use. This is the marker pen used in week 3 of The Happy Stitch Project.
Made in China by Prym, a trusted haberdashery brand. The listing is for one marker and one water pen, packaged as shown in the additional photos.
Postage and delivery
Each Aquatrick marker and water pen is ready to post, and will be dispatched in 3-5 business days.
It will be sent 1st class standard delivery in the UK (unless purchased with a stitched item, in which case it will be sent 2nd class signed for with additional items).
International post is now available! Please note that there may be additional customs costs at point of entry into the destination country, for which the customer is responsible (as stated in my Ts and Cs).