prepared fabric (see post for preparing the fabric )
iron and ironing surface
fabric markers, crayons, embroidery floss, Pigma Micron pens, Frixion pens
press cloth (paper toweling, copy paper or scrap fabric)
Using crayons, I used Crayola Crayons
Color your image using crayons just as you would a coloring book. With this technique, I will lightly trace the image with a pencil and go over it with an archival pen. Next, I will use crayons to color it in. I have had the best result with Crayola crayons as the color is nicely saturated. Once it is completed, cover your block with a press cloth (either a piece of paper toweling, plain copy paper or a scrap of fabric). Iron your block with a hot dry iron. This will melt and lift the excess wax from the block and deposit it onto your press cloth.
Using fabric markers:
using embroidery floss
I traced the hands using a Pilot Frixion Pen Amazon affiliate link The markings from this pen with disappear with the heat of an iron. Then I embroidered with floss using a stem stitch.
using Pigma Micron pens, available in several colors and different thicknesses including brush tip