I have been a bit wary of using blue washout marking pens ever since a disaster I had a few decades ago. When they work and wash out, they are amazingly useful tools. Kelly Cline uses them and reading her info has encouraged me to give them another chance in recent years. This is the brand she recommends. You can find them on Amazon.
I had been using my Hera marker on this vintage top, but marking like that isn’t easy to do while traveling. So I went for the blue, figuring if it didn’t wash out, it wouldn’t show much either. I use this to remove marks as I go.
I got my bottle from Hab and Dash. I’m sure you can find it in a Google search. It comes with a spray top, but I don’t use that. I love this little invention.
This is made by Dritz. It is a felt tip marker that you can fill with water for removing the blue pen marks. I fill it with the Blue Line Eraser shown above.
I don’t waste any from overspray and my quilt doesn’t get soaked. When I’m done, I will run this quilt through the washer without detergent to thoroughly remove anything left in.
As always, your mileage may vary, but so far (fingers crossed) it is working for me.
Have a great day!