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Thread: Label

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    Super Member newquilter10's Avatar
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    I have finished a quilt and want to make a label. It says to stabalize it with freezer paper to do what I want to it but have none. Would wax papaper work also.?

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    Freezer paper you can iron onto your label where as I don't know if you can wax paper.

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    You really need the freezer paper. You will find plenty things to use it for once you use it for the label. It will not just sit around and be wasted.

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    No, they are not the same... sorry :(

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    You can get some at the grocery store. One box will last you forever and you will find lots of uses for it.

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    This is the method I use for making labels. No, the ink doesn't come off, and yes, it really goes through the printer without a problem :).

    http://craftygemini.blogspot.com/201...-for-free.html

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