How to Personalize Your DIY Quilt Label Free Pattern Download & Tutorial. You want to include the important details about your quilt on its label. Your name and date should be included. One of the most appreciated things you can add is a message. to a gifted quilt. It is also nice to physically sign you name. Adding a signature is a very personal touch. #quiltlabelsideasfreepattern #quiltlabels #quiltlabelsideas #quiltlabelshowtomake #DIYQuiltLabels
I have recently started to label my quilts that I give away. I think it puts that little extra on to it. I thought I would share how I make my labels. I use white solid fabric for my labels. The size can vary but I tend to make them big as a souvenir card if the quilt is a big one. Cut out a piece of fabric slightly bigger than a souvenir card, maybe 1/2 inch-1 inch/ 1 1/2 cm-2 cm bigger (picture 1). Also cut out a piece of light weight iron on interfacing/stabilizer, just the size I want…
More quilters today are starting to place labels on the back of their quilts. These labels can help us to keep track of when a quilt was given, why it was given, and who it was given to. Kelly Hanson demonstrates how to make a quilt label, and how to prepare these labels for your next quilting project.
Carolyn Beam is back to talk more about quilt labels and share a very simple technique for making them. Carolyn has been in the quilting industry for over 30 years. She had her own pattern design business, Colorado Quilt Designs until starting to work for Quiltmaker Magazine in 2005 as an editor. Her career at […]
If you've been wanting to make professional quilt labels from the comfort of your home, this is for you. In a matter of an hour, you will have color-fast printed labels to stitch onto backings or into bindings! My favorite part about this version is that I don't have to rely on my hand-writing; I ca