So as the semester finally winds down, happy projects beckon. One of which is finishing getting my Excelsior Pro's guts into this 1952 Westinghouse TV cabinet. I'd like to use this grille cloth: https://www.mojotone.com/Cabinets_x/Grillcloth_x/Aged-British-Black-Tan-Grill-Cloth where the screen used to be. (I'd keep the original cloth intact over the bottom part, where the TV's original speaker was. The Exy's guts are split into separated pre-amp and power sections, so the lower guts' parts would be down there.) I'd like to emboss this on the upper, new grille cloth: So my questions are: 1) What's the best way to do this myself? My youngest son is a very steady, skilled hand at all things drawing-related. Would high-quality markers suffice? If the thing turns out a bit ragged-looking, that would be good, as we want that weathered antique thing. Would the grille's fabric soak up enough of the marker to be tenable, without being too runny? 2) If not markers, what? Thanks for your feedback!