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Greekman:
nice answer MM!

i will grab the chance and ask you somethign else.
My mother used to make embroideries with American made thick paint in tubes with a small roller ball like pens have.
Nothing like the fabric markers....
I used the dark blue and used to print my name on the shooting clubs T-shirts
They werre accidentally thrown away and I am searhing to replace this.

mountainmoma:

--- Quote from: Greekman on June 09, 2016, 03:24:57 AM ---nice answer MM!

i will grab the chance and ask you somethign else.
My mother used to make embroideries with American made thick paint in tubes with a small roller ball like pens have.
Nothing like the fabric markers....
I used the dark blue and used to print my name on the shooting clubs T-shirts
They werre accidentally thrown away and I am searhing to replace this.

--- End quote ---

I have never used this type of writing on fabric personally. You can email the Darhma Trading site I linked and ask them what they recommend. They have various fabric paints, I have never seen a roller ball one, but I havent done writing on fabric. This set http://www.dharmatrading.com/paints/kits/jacquard-lumiere-and-neopaque-mini-starter-set.html?lnav=paints_kits.html  comes in applicator bottles that you squeeze.

(The one time I neee to write on fabric, it was for a teen livestock club (4H, dairy goats) So, to be more "cool" for them, we cut out stencils out of cardboard and used regular spray paint. )

Frugal Upstate:
Greekman--was it like a fabric "puff paint"? By that I mean was it a thick raised paint that stuck to the fabric and came in a squeeze bottle?  Try searching that phrase "fabric puff paint" and see if it's close to what you are looking for.

Greekman:
I am convinced. Google IMAGE search is a far more powerful tool

searched for "embroidery paints" and among the very first ihts i got the same brand
Tri-Chem

https://www.google.gr/search?q=embroidery+paints&biw=1131&bih=769&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjbrKysvJ3NAhVKnRQKHYT2AY8QsAQILw

http://www.trichem.com/index.html

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