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Thread: Pre made fabric quilt labels

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    Smile Pre made fabric quilt labels

    A friend of mine gave me a piece of fabric that had labels on it, all you had to do was cut out the one you wanted to use. Does anyone know of where I can get these? I called some local quilt shops but they didn't have any.

    The info is appreciated!


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    I ordered some from Keepsake quilting.

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    Thanks.. do you happen to have an item # for it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kuusistoquilter View Post
    I ordered some from Keepsake quilting.
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    One of my favorite eBay sellers has panels of different quilt labels. http://www.ebay.com/itm/270553930551

    http://stores.ebay.com/Country-Stitt..._sid=217061338

    Just noticed that she's out of town until the 15th.
    Last edited by thepolyparrot; 11-10-2011 at 12:33 PM.

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    Last week I went to a LQS and found some Laurel Burch quilt labels
    fabric. I bought ALL that was left on the bolt which was about 1-1/2
    yards.
    Since Laurel Burch is my #1 favorite fabric designer I could not resist.

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    Thimbleberries used to have some. There was a lot in a yard piece and I am still using them!

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    Hey Louise,

    Those are very pretty!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Quilty-Louise View Post
    Last week I went to a LQS and found some Laurel Burch quilt labels
    fabric. I bought ALL that was left on the bolt which was about 1-1/2
    yards.
    Since Laurel Burch is my #1 favorite fabric designer I could not resist.

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    Great info. thank you so much!!!

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    [QUOTE=thepolyparrot;4662212]One of my favorite eBay sellers has panels of different quilt labels. http://www.ebay.com/itm/270553930551

    http://stores.ebay.com/Country-Stitt..._sid=217061338

    Do you do write the label by hand or are you able to use Microsoft Word etc.,for the message and then print on the label. I think I have seen a youtube video where the girl applies the label first to freezer paper but I would worry I wouldn't get it centered.

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    We've got some -- make sure you look at both the enlarged pictures: http://www.quilt-kits-online.com/pro...hp?prod=F584-2

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    Quote Originally Posted by grocifer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by thepolyparrot View Post
    One of my favorite eBay sellers has panels of different quilt labels. http://www.ebay.com/itm/270553930551

    http://stores.ebay.com/Country-Stitt..._sid=217061338
    Do you do write the label by hand or are you able to use Microsoft Word etc.,for the message and then print on the label. I think I have seen a youtube video where the girl applies the label first to freezer paper but I would worry I wouldn't get it centered.
    I serge them apart to finish the edges, then turn them under and whipstitch them down. I write whatever I want with Pigma pens and I color the designs with Fabrico markers. You could also embroider the inscription.

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    If you google it, you can come up with lots of options.

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    I know that RJR has made a lot of different themed labels, and even some by Moda, but I don't know where they would be found.

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    WOW! I love those labels and I love, love, love Keepsake Quilting!!!
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    I just buy them when I see them. Len's Mills in Ontario Canada always has some and my LQS usually has at least one panel design of labels. I cut them apart, face them with a piece of stabilizer (I have a roll of it) slit the stabilizer and flip it to the back encasing the edges (no need to stitch up the slit as it won't show anyway). I keep a small drawer of prepared labels so it is grab one, write the info with Pigma Pen, press to set the ink and stitch it on with the machine. Easy and quick for me!
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