I love making quilt labels.
Sew much sew, that the ladies in my little quilting group
often come to me for this final step
in finishing their quilts.
The last one I made before heading south was a polar bear!
In an effort to accumulate a little pin money
sew I can purchase some of the wonderful
creations that I've recently added to my wish list,
I'm offering these quilt label templates for sale.
Sometimes I take the time to embroider them.
Often, I just leave them in ink.
Seldom do I think to take pictures of them.
But here's one that I embroidered:
I print out what I want to say in the center
and use my light box or the sliding glass door
to trace it.
Sometimes I just freehand it.
My writing is similar to the font I used for the label.
Here's one more that is not embroidered,
and matches the design on the topside.
My wish list, you ask?
How sweet of you.
Well, there's Loft Creations' new book
And Piece'n Quilt's new book
And ALL of Michelle Ridgeway's stitchery patterns...
...Val Laird has been designing up a storm,
and Inklingo has been on my wish list since
Karen at Quilts...Etc. started post pictures of her Lucy Boston quilt,
which I totally fell in love with.
New to my wish list is Loft Creations' irresistible new bag
called "Prairie Tote".
(This is just a partial list. I want to make everything I see!)
I know some quilters struggle when it comes time to make that label.
Hopefully. these templates will fill in the blank and make it easier.
I've put it on my sidebar, too.
Do one little, special thing for yourself each day this week.