A few years ago, I wrote a book about realistic crayon drawings. What a joy it was to create, for I had brought my childhood dream into my adult professional life. I wanted to share it with others, for few knew that crayons are actually a wonderful fine art medium. They're not just for kids!
How to Crayon Tint. To crayon tint, your embroidery, start by transferring your design to the fabric. I recommend using a finely sharpened regular pencil, as it won't require water or be affected by ironing. Place the fabric in an embroidery hoop so the back of the fabric can press against a flat surface and color the design as desired.