Eraser

eraser

Blocks and patterns are made on paper or cardboard with a hard pencil; you will make mistakes now and then and you will need to erase lines and redraw them.


A softer quality eraser, such as a Gum Eraser is preferable to a hard rubber eraser so that the mistaken marks are minimised.  When working with thinner paper, a softer eraser is less likely to tear.

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