I have spent months working on my grandson's wedding quilt, now I am down to the label. I have written so many trial labels I am dizzy.. I am not sure what is best. Here is the basic info...
It is their wedding present from me.. the groom's grandmother
The date I am going to put on it is July 2013 - the month of their wedding.. the day is the 27th. Should I include that?
I NEVER use my given name.. but should I use it here as the maker? They might even be shocked
This star may turn out to be the center of a bed quilt for my youngest grandson's bed.
[QUOTE=Lori S;6164625]Just a note if a fabric says "Kona" it is Kaufman.. Kona is a registered trademark of Robert Kaufman. No other manufacture can legally use its name.
Originally Posted by Krystyna
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Originally Posted by Cormiae
The quilting is gorgeous! Did you quilt it with a Longarm or regular sewing machine?