Quilt labels

Add a special touch to your handmade quilts with creative and personalized quilt labels. Discover unique ideas to showcase your craftsmanship and make your quilts truly one-of-a-kind.
Quilts, Crafts, Quilt Tutorials, Quilting Patterns, Quilt Labels, Custom Quilt Labels, Personalized Quilt Labels, Quilting Tips, Quilting Tutorials

Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I may earn a small commission from the sale if you click through and purchase. Do you label every quilt you make? I have to be honest... I don't! If this is the first you're hear about labeling your quilts here is article with a full history. We really should label the quilts we make though! Imagine years down the road, someone finds this quilt but has no idea why it's so special, who it was made for or who…

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Ruth Worthey
Quilting Patterns, Crochet, Quilt Tutorials, Ideas, Quilting, Quilts, Patchwork, Quilt Labels, Custom Quilt Labels

You worked hard on that quilt, don't let it go unnoticed! Quilt labels don't have to look unprofessional, keep reading for a short tutorial on how to apply them to your quilt! I looked everywhere for labels when I started quilting more regularly and couldn't find any that had the modern look that I wanted. So, I made s

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Michelle Valdez
My Rose Valley: How to label a quilt Quilts, Quilting, Patchwork, Diy, Quilt Labels, Embroidered Quilt Labels, Sewing Labels, Quilting Quotes, Quilting Tips

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…

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Lester Ann Jensen