Clover Fine Point Marking Pen

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Clover provides quality and ingenuity since 1925.

Clover marking pen with a fine point makes it easy to see marking on dark colored fabrics. As the ink dries on the fabric, white markings will become more visible. Markings are easily erased with heat from ironing or when washed. Available in white (WH) only. Pen is 5-7/8" long. Pre-test on sample fabric before using.


  • Use for marking on dark colored fabrics
  • Markings disappear when ironed or washed
  • Wait for ink to dry before it will show (approximately 30 seconds)

Product Specifications

Brand: Clover
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 5 7/8"
Material: Felt Tip Marker
Special Instructions: Remove with hot iron or by washing. Pre-test.
Additional Information:
Precise Marking with Fabric Marking Pencils

Precise Marking with Fabric Marking Pencils

Mark fabric clearly and quickly with Tailoring Pencils. These fabric marking pencils have a finer point, allowing you to make smaller, more precise removable marks on your fabric of choice. Tailoring pencils are an excellent choice for marking patterns, designs, measurements, applique lines, and more. Marking Pencils are available in a variety of styles materials, including chalk, soapstone, and wax.

Temporary Fabric Marking Tools

Marking Pens and Pencils

Tailoring Pens and Pencils are best for making thin, precise marks on your fabric. Choose from a variety of materials and styles to draw temporary lines, designs, and pattern markings directly onto fabric. Great for quilting, embroidery, garment making, and more.

Tailors Chalk

Tailors Chalk is great for making clean lines quickly. Works well on thicker and more textured fabrics like wool, and is very visible on darker fabrics. Available in wax and clay. Wax chalk is removed with heat, and clay chalk is easily brushed away. An excellent choice for tailoring, alterations, and garment making.

Specialty Marking Tools

Choose from our other available marking tools for more specialty uses. Includes Chalk Hem/Skirt Markers for garment making and Hera Markers which crease fabric while marking it, as well as a variety of tailor’s marking tools.

How Long Do Removable Marks Last?

How Long Do Removable Marks Last?

Marking tools for sewing are made from different materials to ensure clean removal of any marks made on your fabric. The easiest to remove is Clay Chalk; markings made with clay tailor’s chalk can be easily brushed away, making this tool great for quick and less precise markings like hem markings that can be pinned or finished quickly. Air-soluble or “disappearing” inks will last about 24-72 hours, making them also a good choice for projects or details that can be finished more quickly. For markings you might need for longer periods of time, heat or water soluble marking tools (like wax chalk or water soluble pens and pencils) may be a more suitable choice, as they will remain on the fabric until ironed or rinsed out.

Why is my Clover White Marking Pen writing clear, not white?
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The mark starts out clear, and turns white as it dries.
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My White Marking Pen (CK18WH) still has ink in the cartridge. Why is it not marking my fabric?
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There are 3 main reasons that this pen is not marking. First, the pen has dried out. This happens by forgetting to put the lid back on or not putting it on completely. You can use a cotton swab with alcohol to clean the tip and get it working again. Second, the pen may have been accidentally dropped and the ball point gets jammed. If this happens, unfortunately, the pen is a loss and will need to be replaced. Third, the material may be too light or too rough. This is an ideal product for darker, smoother materials. A good way to test this is on a dark piece of paper.
Joseph D.
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August 28, 2020
Great for dark fabric!

I use this pen on fabric that is too dark for blue marking pens. Works great and it's erased and gone with the touch of a hot iron.

Patricia C.
Thank you for your review.
Lisa P.
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January 04, 2020
limited use

I have tried this pen on wool blend, polyester, and cotton knit pants. It has not worked on any of them. I tried it on a colored sheet of paper and was able to see the ink once it dried so I know the pen is not out of ink. Does not work well for my applications.

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Thanks for your review. We're sorry it didn't work for you. A refund has been issued.
Lisa P.
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