7 Best Fabric Markers to Customize Your Clothing and Accessories

Best Fabric Markers

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Plain t-shirts and tote bags are great staples when you don't know what to wear, but they don't always let you express your personality. A fun and easy way to bring your own creativity to the garments you wear is by adding your own designs with fabric markers. These convenient tools allow you to customize clothing, bags, and other textile objects with drawings, doodles, and more.

Available in sets or as individual markers, these utensils include a type of fabric-safe paint or ink that—after properly drying—can be worn on the body and even put through the washing machine without the risk of ruining the designs. While most fabric markers work best on cotton or canvas, some can be used on other textiles, such as denim. The Stained Set by Sharpie, for instance, features eight colorful markers with a flexible brush tip, allowing the user the capability to create expressive artwork.

Check out all of our picks of the best fabric markers, below.

Embellish your shirts and shoes with the help of these awesome fabric markers!

 

Sharpie Stained Brush Tip Fabric Markers (Set of 8)

Sharpie Fabric Markers

Sharpie | $16.36

 

Yasutomo FabricMate DYE Ink Markers

Yasutomo Fabric Markers

Yasutomo | $14.23

 

Marvy Uchida Fabric Markers (Set of 6)

Marvy Uchida Fabric Markers

Uchida | $6.99

 

Pebeo Setaskrib Markers (Sold individually)

Pebeo Fabric Markers

Pebeo | $5.25

 

Tulip Dual-Tip Fabric Markers (Set of 10)

Tulip Dual-Tipped Fabric Markers

Tulip | $15.21

 

Cricut Infusible Ink Markers and Pens (Set of 5)

Cricut Fabric Markers

Cricut | $10.09

 

Crayola Fabric Markers (Set of 10)

Crayola Fabric Markers

Crayola | $6.24

 

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Margherita Cole

Margherita Cole is a Contributing Writer at My Modern Met and illustrator based in Southern California. She holds a BA in Art History with a minor in Studio Art from Wofford College, and an MA in Illustration: Authorial Practice from Falmouth University in the UK. When she’s not writing, Margherita continues to develop her creative practice in sequential art.
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