Tips and Tutorials on the 22nd – #53 – Printed Quilt Labels

Welcome to this month’s edition of Tips and Tutorials on the 22nd where we share our favorite quilting or sewing tips and tutes! This month’s edition is a quick one. I often look to my work in the prior month for inspiration, but a friend’s question on yesterday’s post brings you a tip on ordering labels for your quilts!

Last Month’s Link Ups

Here are May’s links:

  • Yvonne shared her tutorial about sewing inset circles,
  • Sandra shared her way of assembling a quilt and
  • Andree shared a workshope and some tips for attending a workshop.

It’s getting to be the lazy days of summer, and I know that we are all busy with gardening and soaking up the sun in the part of the world where it is summer. Remember to link up a favorite tutorial if you can.

Ordering Quilt Labels

I have premade labels that I put on nearly everything I make. I often don’t label quilts I am selling, but do for quilts that I am keeping or giving to friends. Here is the kind of quilt label I do for those, and in the best of worlds, would do this every time.

This picture inspired this post and shows the label I always attach.

Here is a picture of the two labels I currently have. The one on the right is a bit larger – 1 3/4″ x 2 1/2″ wide and is my preferred label. The other one is a little smaller, 1″ x 2″ and works just as well.

I ordered these from Tagtopia on Etsy.

Now, I lust after the Dutch Woven labels and have yet to come up with a design, but one day I will get some from them. I need to make up my mind, and maybe this is the impetus to do so! You can see what Yvonne of Quilting Jetgirl has to say about these labels here.

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Past Tips and Tutorials

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  1. June 23, 2024 / 7:35 AM

    I’ve only done a couple of labels, I’m sorry to say, and I really need to do one for the upcoming quilt for my grandson’s wedding next year! Thanks for the tips. :)

  2. June 24, 2024 / 11:14 AM

    I use labels from Tagtopia and from Dutch Label shop, and I think it’s getting close to time to place another Dutch Label shop order. :)

  3. June 26, 2024 / 4:23 PM

    Perfect timing, Kathleen! I’m almost out of the labels that I have been adding to my quilts.

  4. Nancy @ Grace and Peace Quilting
    June 27, 2024 / 2:25 PM

    I like your label with your first name in cursive, Kathleen! My labels are from Dutch Label Shop. I order flat woven sew-in labels.

  5. June 27, 2024 / 11:11 PM

    Thanks for posting this, Kathleen! I have never bought labels for my quilts and was thinking that I’d like to order some, but had no idea where to look! :)

  6. quiltinglearningcombo
    June 28, 2024 / 1:04 PM

    Hi Kathleen, those woven labels looks great. I have some tiny labels that do the trick. I usually make a larger label when I can, but add the small one because then I don’t need to have all of that info on the larger label. Sorry that I’m not linking up – there’s nothing really relevant this month.

I love hearing from you and reply promptly to each comment by email. I will publish replies if there is something that is helpful to the readers of my blog. However, if this is a blog hop, I sometimes am a bit delayed in replying and do miss a few. I will do my best!

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