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Thread: June Tailor Quilting Labels

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    Does June Tailor ever add new templates to her website for quilt labels?

    Also, how big are the labels you put on your quilt? I just did one for my quilt and it is larger than I thought it would be (I did it on her website with her fabric sheets). It is 3.75 X 4.75 - my blocks are 5.5 ??? Is that too big of a label? I couldn't see where/how to resize it.

    Thanks!

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    Labels can be any size... it is your choice, and also on how much info you want on it. :D:D:D

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    I'll have to figure out how to resize it - it was a template from her website. Thanks.

    I could keep it that big and use it to cover the 1 block I messed up on LOL

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    Labels should go (or should I say usually) on the back of your quilt. That's why it doesn't matter what size it is unless you actually want to incorporate it into your quilt top for design purposes.

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    Thanks virtual -- it will more than likely stay that size and then go on the back of the quilt on the block I messed up on. YAY no one will ever know (kitties were supposed to be up and down and they ended up sideways) :-(

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    sorry double post and I didn't know how to delete it.

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