I have often used dryer sheets but they have always been the already used variety and I haven't had any problems with them staining my fabric. The down side is that some people are allergic to the perfume in them and even the used ones are a problem. My LQS sells applique stabilizer by the roll and it's reasonable and lasts forever (about 12' wide by many yards long). This seems like the best option. I use this same stabilizer for all my quilt labels. Stitch a piece to the front of your label, quarter inch seam all around. Then carefully make a slash in the stabilizer, turn it encasing the seam of your label. Press. It's very lightweight and now you no longer have to try and turn in a 1/4' seam when attaching your label to your quilt. The pressed stabalized label can be stitched on by machine or hand and is easy to handle and adds practically no extra bulk.