Ordinary wax crayons work well on cotton fabric. I made this at a mini-workshop run by Hazel of Cotton Cocktails. She had pre-printed postcard sized pieces of white cotton fabric with various pictures. I chose this lovely russian doll. The printing is done by ironing cotton onto freezer paper and then just putting it through a normal computer printer. I crayoned in the picture quite thickly using the printed lines as a guide. To set the wax into the fabric we placed baking parchment over the picture and ironed until it smelt hot and waxy. We then used very thin wadding and I hand quilted with stranded cotton, adding some sequins and beads. Finally we ironed some Fast2Fuse onto the back, which is stiff and makes your work into a postcard. I then trimmed to shape and machine stitched all round with a zig-zag stitch. I went all the way round with a narrow width and then round again a final time with the width wider.