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Thread: Quilt Labels

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    Quilt Labels

    Do you label your quilts? Whats the easiest way to do it. I have to do 8 by Christmas!

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    I have these if you like to use them pm me your address and I will gladly send them to you. All you need is a micron pigma pen to write your msg.
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    Oops here is the pic

    Sorry but I tried so many times to post a good pic and this is what came up with me
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    I've also used scraps of fabric that was in the quilt, or a cream colored muslin type fabric. I will often trim the edge of the label w/ contrasting fabric, framing it before sewing it on.
    my name is becca and i'm a quilt-a-holic :-)

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    I design mine on Printmaster card making software, print out on computer print fabric, and then machine applique on a background fabric, last step is to applique to the middle of the bottom!
    A quilt is a blanket of love. Sharon

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    You can do almost anything you want for a label. I do however just sign and date my backing fabric before I put the label on over it. This way if it is stolen and they take the label off there is still identification.

    I have seen some folks that have embrodiery machines that make beautiful labels on them. Mine are just hand written with fabric safe permanent pen.
    Lisa

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    A quilt label, is very good job and it has very importance for the quilt significance. A quilt label acts as your signature, time stamp, and identification of our product. As there are loot of ways of making quilt labels but we should embroider it or sketch them using permanent fabric markers.

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