Below you will find quilt labels to print from your computer and use for your quilts. These are free to you for visiting!
Every quilt should have a label sewn on the back, so future generations will know that you made the quilt, for who and when.
The how to instructions for printing on fabric are included below.
Click on the link to the label you want to print and request the pdf file to be sent to your email account. Each label is available with the titles and as a blank version.
Fill in your own details with a fabric pen. Your handwritten additions will make it more personalized, and treasured.
These are for your personal use only.
Follow these how-to's when printing your fabric labels, using pre-treated fabric sheets available for ink jet printers:
~ Printing on Fabric ~
Put one fabric page into the paper tray of your printer.
Note: If you have a hand feeding option, this would feed better.
Open the pdf file with the printable label, that you would like to print out. Select a thicker paper option with photo quality, if your printer allows. Print.
Let the ink dry, before handling, to avoid smearing the ink. Follow the instructions from the product you are using.
Trim around the label leaving ¼" seam allowance around the edge. Press this seam allowance to the back and press again.
Blind-Stitch [Stitches~#1] to the back of your quilt, at a bottom corner.
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