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Thread: Making Ribbon Labels for Your Quilts

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    Making Ribbon Labels for Your Quilts

    I thought this was extra cute and looks pretty easy. Great for you quilters that have to label your quilts.


    http://buzzingandbumbling.blogspot.c...-tutorial.html

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    Thanks for sharing that idea. Had not considered the "xtra" step. Great idea.

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    Thanks for sharing. I'd also heard about printing onto ribbons, but not the extra gel medium treatment.

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    Thanks for bringing this to our attention. She has some wonderful tutes and patterns for sale. I'm coming back here often!

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    I've not seen that before but it's a great idea. Thanks.
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    THANKS for both links. Love both ideas!

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    Both tutorials sure make it look easy and so neat. Thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks for sharing! I hadn't thought of doing this but certainly will next time!!
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    Very informative, thanks!

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