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Posted on: July 20th, 2015 by Lorna McMahon

When it comes to labeling your finished quilts…
How do you fare?

Do you bother to label them at all?
How about totes and pouches?

It was back in July of last year that I received my order of 100 quilt labels from the ikaprint store.  It was in this post that I shared how much I loved my new labels and showed off how they looked on a newly finished GenX-Aztec quilt, for which I also shared a free tutorial on making that quilt.  I used my 33rd label from that 100 label order when I finished my Zany ZebraZ quilt and had our first label giveaway. The Little Blooms in Kona finish brought me to a total of 44 labels used.

These labels are made by Fatih Demirtas of IKA Products.
Fatih is based in Paris, France.
She make the most handsome and stylish bags and totes.
And blogs about them here on her site.

You see, I don’t make the labels.
I had been providing a storefront for ordering the labels from my site. But now Fatih is launching her updated site and all the labels will be ordered directly through her from now on.

To celebrate, she has generously offered to sponsor a giveaway that includes 100 labels of your choice and includes the cost of shipping!

To order labels and get a 5% discount
click on the ikaprint photo above
and use the coupon code AFF05.

Who wants to win a chance to Make Your Own Quilt Labels for FREE?!!!

Use coupon code AFF05 for 5% discount and save!

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185 Responses

  1. MC says:

    Hate to admit it, but I haven't actually been taking the trouble to label quilts… Definitely need some of these labels!

  2. This is terrible, but I never label anything! Maybe this would be the kick I need to get started. 🙂

  3. Béa says:

    I make sometime a label but would now to have a more professional look for my finished quilts. Fingers crossed & hugs from France.

  4. Thank you for such a generous offer! I've tried making my own, but the iron on keeps falling off the ribbon, I don't think it likes ribbon.

  5. Debbie says:

    When I do put a label, I print it out or hand write it on fabric and fuse it to the back of the quilt, either tucked into the binding or stitched on. It would be cute to have label tags, too!

  6. Unknown says:

    I've just started making crafts so I haven't used labels yet. Renragjdatgmaildotcom

  7. Paula says:

    I ordered some of these when you first introduced them. Love them. I make some handwritten label for the grandkids quilts but I use these on quilts bags and even in clothing. Love them, would love to have more. Thanks! (

  8. Jeneta says:

    I always have such good intentions of labelling my quilts. Lately I have been much better at actually doing it. I use preprinted labels from Moda. In the past I have also 'made' a label (i.e. a square of fabric that I write on!). I'd love to have my own though!

  9. I have used a handmade label on the ones I gave away but I wasn't really happy with them. The quilts for home are all unlabelled

  10. Anita says:

    I label all my quilts with a specially designed label that I order from a website. My son made the design, and Jennifers Jewels prints the labels according to my instructions. I am very pleased with the result.

  11. Hildy says:

    I'm quite lazy at labeling my quilts. Normally I just write my name and the date on a cahrm square and put this on the backing before the quilting. Not the best methode I think.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Sometimes I type a label on a piece of muslin and sew it on. Usually I write directly on the back of a quilt with a Pigma pen. A label definitely would look more polished. — soparkaveataoldotcom

  13. Rike Busch says:

    After your first post I ordered some labels by Ikaprint – and they are perfect. I like to get some others, so I can fit the label's color to the quilt or pouch. Greetings, Rike

  14. Kath says:

    I haven'lt used labels and have been wanting to get something ordered, so this giveaway would be put to good use – if I win, of course. Thanks for this opportunity.

  15. KathleenD says:

    I don't use a professional label on my quilts. I make individual labels for each quilt. Of course, with only about a dozen made so far, it hasn't been a problem!

  16. KaHolly says:

    I make labels for each quilt individually. I don't include labels on my bags and pouches. What a great giveaway! Thanks to you both.

  17. I haven't been labeling my quilts so would love to win the labels!!!

  18. JoyceLM says:

    I've only made labels twice – printed them on my inkjet printer. Thanks.

  19. Unknown says:

    Saddely, I never had labeled my quilts, and this great giveaway is also a great opportunity to do it!

  20. Kathy E. says:

    Yes, I do add labels to my creations. I had them made online and at the time, I was happy with them. Since then, I know I want to have different ones made for the next batch. I think it's important to label our projects to give ourselves credit! I do love yours!

  21. I make labels for my quilts. I would love professional labels.

  22. Yes, I Do Add labels to all of my quilts….thanks for this chance

  23. AlidaP says:

    Yes, I add labels and usually embroider them with all the information of the quilt (name, date, location, etc). Thanks for the chance!!

  24. Jeanie says:

    I make my own with iron on fabric that I have printed off the computer. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  25. Dorian says:

    I do use labels, sort of… sometimes I just write on a block I sew into the backing of the quilt. Sometimes I sew a blank square of fabric into the backing and write on that. I also have some premade labels for my bags and smaller items. Would love to win these! Thanks for the chance.

  26. KathyinMN says:

    I don't always. I had some labels made up by a different company (This was before I found your blog). Your labels are nicer. My labels say 'kathy made this'.

  27. Susan L. says:

    I do put a label on all my quilts. Sometimes I use a reprinted label, but most of the time I create a label, & hand sew it on. I would love to get a set of these labels. They would make my life so much easier!

  28. Gina says:

    I am a labeler (mostly!) I do everything from hand embroidered labels to sewing in buttons with my name on them to preprinted tags.

  29. Dana Gaffney says:

    The comments make me feel better about saying I don't label my quilts, I think about it a lot, does that count? 🙂

  30. Karen says:

    I do label all my quilts. I don't label other things that I make. These labels are adorable.

  31. Unknown says:

    I ordered labels from IKAPRINT earlier this year. I love them! Use on all of my sewing projects – quilts, clothes, and bags.

  32. Jill says:

    I usually label my quilts-especially if I am gifting the piece. I like to include care instructions so the fact that they can be machine washed and dried will encourage the new owner to USE the quilt!

  33. Sherry VF says:

    I label all my quilts using a swatch of fabric and hand writing the quilt name, pattern name, date, my name, etc. This method doesn't work for smaller projects like bags and totes, so, I don't label them. The IKAPRINT labels would be great for those projects. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

  34. Carms says:

    I would love to won this!!! I'm going to check them out for sure, Thanks Lorna 😊

  35. Beth says:

    On quilts to my grandchildren I have used one of the blocks to write \”Love from Nana\” and a date. On other quilts I sometimes sew my name and date on them, but I have never used labels.

  36. Janie says:

    I have never used labels. I haven't even put a label on any of my quilts. I have heard lately that it is important and you should. Thank you for the giveaway.

  37. Alice Ronne says:

    Would love to win these labels. I've regretted not adding labels to the gifts I've made over the years. Especially those small quilts I made for tiny tots who are now adults!

  38. SarahZ says:

    I label quilts I give away, but now that I think of it, not the ones I keep! I use fabric and a marker, and usually tuck it into a corner while binding. Thanks for the chance to win these…they always look great!

  39. amy says:

    I haven't labelled anything yet but I'd like to! I've just recently started sewing/quilting.

  40. Liz Horgan says:

    I label my quilts by adding a triangle (folded square) on the back of the quilt, in a corner, when I sew on my binding. I sew a narrow binding on the folded edge and then hand sew that in place when I sew my binding to the back. I write whatever I want on the corner label with a ultrafine sharpie.

  41. Liz Horgan says:

    I follow you by email!Liz

  42. Betsy says:

    I do not label my quilts.

  43. Kris says:

    I would love to win as I have wanted to go and order these so many times but never get to or something else comes up that prevents me from spending the money. I think the labels look awesome on your quilts Lorna so I know they would be great for me too.

  44. MoeWest says:

    I make labels for all my quilts and sew them in the when I do the binding. I put the name of the quilt, my name and location, and if it's a gift I add the name of the recipient. I would love these labels for bags and things.

  45. Unknown says:

    I only label quilts I give away, I know I should be labeling all quilts.

  46. Jayne says:

    I use the same labels you do! It's been several years and I love them! Plus they are great quality and amazingly fast shipping!

  47. Gene Black says:

    I have labeled quilts with either hand written labels or embroidered labels (rarely)

  48. I used to print mine out on treated fabric after typing in information on the computer, right now I have a small packet of labels that I had printed from someone etsy shop they are working out well too – would like to try the ones you show too 🙂

  49. Mary Ann says:

    I usually embroider mine on but they take forever!

  50. I kinda wing it using a scrap of fabric and a market. Sometimes embroider if it's simple. Unfortunately rag quilts usually get nothing… Thanks for the chance!

  51. PegP says:

    Yes, I label all my quilts, runners, etc. Things like tote bags are about 50/50 though. These labels would be pretty handy for those smaller items.

  52. Hi Lorna, Happy MondayI hand embroider my label…. most of the time I use a black waterproof markerGood luck everyone

  53. Judy J says:

    Would love these labels! I'm terrible about putting them on my quilts.

  54. Aggie-G says:

    So far no labels but I do want to use them!

  55. Chiska says:

    I don't label my quilts usually.

  56. Needled Mom says:

    I label most of my quilts with homemade labels.

  57. legato1958 says:

    Yes. I print them on Printed Treasures fabric sheets, which I iron on. These IKA labels are very sharp! Susie

  58. Nancy in IN says:

    Sometimes I make a label and sometimes I just write on the back of quilt. I am not consistent. I need to come up with a name and sew on. Much easier.

  59. Audrey says:

    I use blank printed labels that I have to fill in. I usually use my machine to print the info on it.

  60. EmileeHope says:

    Sadly, I usually don't put any type of label on my quilts, or anything I make. I know I should, if for nothing else at least for my future grandkids, etc. to know who made it and when.

  61. MaryBeth says:

    I do label my quilts. I've used hand written labels as well as printed them from my computer.

  62. I make a label from fabric and write on it with a sharpie. Thanks for the chance.

  63. I often forget to make a label, but will then sign my quiilt with a fabric pen. Thansk for the great giveaway!

  64. babiesdoc says:

    I do my own labels but have been thinking about printing them. to use for gifts and for every little thing that I may make

  65. Melanie says:

    I label my quilts when I remember with an sew-on patch. But something put into the binding like yours is brilliant!

  66. cookie says:

    Love these labels, would love to have some. Thanks for the opportunity.

  67. Kathy says:

    Love this idea – I didn't put labels on my first 5 quilts – now I wish I would have

  68. Ramona says:

    I have not labeled my quilts in the past but I am planning on labeling the quilt I am making right now. I have some fabric labels which I am going to sew on after I write the information on it. I love the looks of these labels to put on other things I sew too.

  69. Annmarie says:

    Most of the time I just write my name & year on the binding with a Micron pen & heat set it.

  70. I do label my quilts by writing on a piece of fabric. I sometimes label my bags and other things, but I tend to forget. I really love your labels. I do hope I am lucky enough to win some labels , Thanks!

  71. cjmont says:

    i print my labels on an inkjet printer or write them by hand.

  72. I started out labeling my quilt and have slacked off completely.

  73. I've made a couple of labels.

  74. I really should label my creations but… I have made some in the past with iron-on transfers printed in my printer.

  75. Melanie says:

    I've been wanting labels for awhile now!

  76. Dawn says:

    I don't currently use them, but I would like to.

  77. I was going to try making my own using fabric ironed onto freezer paper – If I won then professional labels would look so cute – thanks for the chance 🙂

  78. Patti says:

    Sadly, I do not label my quilts, bags or pouches. I have actually been wanting to design a label that I can use for these things. I'll be looking into ikaprint!

  79. Ioleen says:

    I use labels but not on all my quilts.

  80. Unknown says:

    I've been printing on muslin labels by hand and adding them to my quilts, but I'd really love to have some professional labels at this point.

  81. Tracine says:

    I'm trying to put labels on all my quilts. At the very least I hand write right on the quilt. For my bags and pouches I don't label 🙁

  82. lindawwww says:

    I have labels on some of my quilts but not all of them.lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

  83. Donna W says:

    Sometimes I use label. I know I should use them more often.

  84. Scrapngmom says:

    I make a label out of muslim and sew it down with the binding.

  85. Quilt Mouse says:

    I label my 'personal' quilts, but not my charity quilts, by printing on printable fabric sheets and hand stitching them to the back.

  86. TheGeek says:

    I make bags and baskets for sale, as well as baby play mats. I would love to use labels for all of them,

  87. Karen says:

    I am trying to do better about labeling my quilts and have done them different ways. My latest (and easiest) way is to fold a 5\” square in half diagonally and stitch it into the back corner of a quilt when I am attaching binding. Of course I write the details of the quilt on the label first. I need to make one today as a matter of fact.

  88. Nancy L says:

    I label all of my quilts with a label that I make myself. I use a perm maker and write my name, date made, and pattern name.

  89. Brenda says:

    This is a wonderful giveaway. I am horrible at making labels for my quilts. So often, the quilt is completed before I even think about it, so having preprinted labels is a great idea. I would love to win this prize. Thank you for sharing and have a great day creating!

  90. I have not used a label, but thought it would really add a more professional look!(logged in above as d**bygra** at yahoo dot com)

  91. Vicki H says:

    Sadly I don't label my quilts. I know I should and having them already made would make it easier.

  92. Sorcha girl says:

    I do use labels—sometimes original creations for quilts and sometimes store bought \”canned\” statement labels in packages from a sewing store. I'd love to design my own. Thanks for a chance in the giveaway.

  93. Kristy says:

    Yes! I love sew-on labels and purchase a variety of woven labels from etsy sellers for this! Thanks for the chance!

  94. I must confess to NOT labeling my quilts. I ordered some labels over a year ago from some one on Etsy, they spelled my name wrong. They redid them and sent them free of charge. I moved and can't find them. I found the misspelled ones of course. After living in my new [lace for a year I guess I need to order new. 🙂 Debbie

  95. judys says:

    I keep saying I'm going back and labeling all the quilts, etc I've made for family, but it hasn't got done yet! (I wonder if it ever will?)

  96. QuiltSue says:

    I always mean to, but never do it – hanging head in shame.

  97. craftygramma says:

    I do not label anything currently even though I've had requests; not in my budget.Sadly.thanks

  98. gaillopes149 says:

    I label all my quilts with a handmade fabric label. I use a perm marker to write the name of the recipient, the date, my name and my town and state. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  99. Terry says:

    I try to label quilts but not small items (mug rugs, pin cushions). Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)terryscwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

  100. I rarely label my quilts. I have printed some labels on printable fabric and I might use a Sharpie on a small.

  101. Heather says:

    I make fabric labels for the back of my quilts but I'm not real regular about doing it.

  102. Tawa says:

    I haven't labelled a quilt yet, but s a beginner thats not so surprising I guess. Thanks for the giveaway. Tarnia.hodges at

  103. Katy M says:

    I used to use labels but now I always seem to remember after I've posted the item off!

  104. Unknown says:

    I don't currently use labels because I haven't had time to make or order any. I would love to use some for my quilts!

  105. Deb says:

    No, I don't use a label, but this would be perfect. I'd love to win and try it.

  106. Audrey says:

    I try to label all wall hangings and quilts; other items not so much. I like to attach my label on two sides when I attach the binding. I also attach my hanging sleeve at that time as well. Though I love hand sewing this method cuts down the time to add the finishing touches. I am going to try these IKA labels but have not ordered any yet. Maybe I will be the lucky one drawn for the giveaway. Thanks for introducing us to IKA labels and for offering this giveaway.

  107. Janarama says:

    I embroider the labels I make for quilts but don't have labels to add to other items I make. I've been thinking about ordering labels to add to other items I make, but haven't ordered any yet. Thank you for the chance to win.

  108. Hi there Lorna,I write out my quilt labels with a Sigma pen, then use leftover binding strips as a sewn border around the label. Then I sew them on the quilt back with an invisible stitch BEFORE I FMQ. That way, If a quilt is stolen, it will be quite difficult to remove the label and claim the quilt as their own.I have been dying to try out a commercially-made label to brand my items(want to set up an Etsy store in the next year), but am not so computer-savvy and am not sure how to do it! It is the same with Spoonflower fabrics-I want to make up my own designed fabrics, but am not quite sure how to do it! groan…Quilty Huggs,Jacquelinesnausages22 at yahoo . CA

  109. Lisa J. says:

    I don't always label my quilts but when I do I either print them on the computer or hand write them. it would be nice to label them however. Maybe I'll check out the IKA labels.

  110. Sandra says:

    I don't label things and I really don't know why because they look lovely.

  111. RoseAndCons says:

    right now i mostly just do a little red tag on the bottom left part of the binding as my \”signature\” and if it is for a family member i stitch out a little tag for them. those tags look so professional though!

  112. Almaelou says:

    No labels I would like to but don't feel I'm \”good\”

  113. Unknown says:

    I love the label idea and defiantly want to try it!

  114. claire ross says:

    I just have some generic \”hand made \” with a picture of a needle and thread labels. Love these! Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

  115. greeneggs says:

    I almost never add a label. A couple of times I've embroidered a label.

  116. Dody says:

    I make my own with muslin and fabric ink pen

  117. Debbie says:

    I just finished a quilt yesterday and gave it away and without a label…I didn't have any labels. If I win, I will. 🙂 Thanks for a great giveaway. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

  118. mumbird3 says:

    Love those labels! I usually label my quilts with a small note about me, the person it is for, the name of the quilt and the date on plain muslin with a pigma pen!

  119. mumbird3 says:

    Love those labels! I usually label my quilts with a small note about me, the person it is for, the name of the quilt and the date on plain muslin with a pigma pen!

  120. pajtr says:

    Sadly, I have only recently started to label my work… Only about the last six items…It is a task I only reluctantly do (hand written or hand-embroidered), although I love the idea behind it!I *know* I really need printed labels, like your great IKAprint ones, to help me label my work more easily, and beautifully!Thank you! (I sometimes need inspiration and encouragement to make a move!)

  121. Pam says:

    Love the custom printed labels! Winning them would be wonderful!

  122. Danice G says:

    I actually do already use Ikaprint labels. I sew them near the lower right corner of quilts and other crafts, as well as in clothing that I sew 🙂

  123. I have labels that I made through Spoonflower, but I forget to use them more than half the time. 😀

  124. Danice G says:

    Oh goodness. I stated on Rafflecopter that I follow via GFC. I meant Bloglovin'. Sorry about that 🙂

  125. Suze says:

    I make my own labels and hand print them with a thin line permanent marker. I put notebook paper on my light box and then lay light fabric over the paper. I use the lines to help keep the writing level on the label.

  126. Lisa Marie says:

    I'm inconsistent about labels. I have some printed with my name that I use sometimes, every now and then I make one on my embroidery machine, sometimes I forget altogether. I would love to have some fabulous labels that I could get in the habit of using every time!

  127. Susan McG says:

    I have given away almost all the quilts I have made and not one had a label. I know I should. I'd love to win these labels.

  128. Jasmine says:

    I do make labels on most quilts, but if I am donating them I leave them off. 🙂

  129. Bonnie58 says:

    I typically machine embroider name, date, etc and attach to the binding and quilt back. Thanks for sharing. these look great!!

  130. Lauren says:

    I love the labels

  131. Lesley says:

    I have a stamp that says handmade by with my name. It comes with laundry ink. Sometimes I also embroider the year with my machine. I usually make a label. And don't stamp directly on the quilt or bag.

  132. Unknown says:

    I would love to have labels for my quilts!

  133. Joy says:

    I have always labeled my quilts. I hand write them and I like to piece my label into the backing. I then quilt right over them. No one will take my label off. I number and name my quilt. I include a dedication if appropriate and my name and town where I live. The month and year completed as well.

  134. Annette says:

    I embroider the label and place it in the corner.

  135. I use Ikaprint labels after I admired yours for such a long time. Thanks for the tip. I also use handwritten labels, hand sewn to the back. This is an awesome giveaway!!!!

  136. Allison C says:

    I don't use labels, but I would like to

  137. Only about half my quilts have been labeled. It would be great to have pre-made labels. Thank you for giving me a chance to win!

  138. Unknown says:

    So naturally, Lorna, as soon as I saw your cool quilt labels I immediately ordered my own. They are just my dtyle – it sayswho made it but doesn' t make too much of a fuss about it. I think I have inly used about eight or ten at this point, and I cut a couple of them wrong, too. So I've got quite a few to use. But it was a fabulous discovery and I am quite grateful to you for telling about them.

  139. kay says:

    I'm afraid I have been hit-and-miss about labeling my quilts. I need to do this!

  140. Sewgirl says:

    I try to put a handmade label on most quilts, but find that here and there when I am going through my stacks that some have escaped me!

  141. Unknown says:

    I've never used labels, but I'd love to!

  142. nan_c says:

    I've never used labeds yet!

  143. nan_c says:

    I've never used labeds yet!

  144. GranChris says:

    I make my own labels but this sure would be handy and oh so nice.

  145. mlhummy says:

    Sadly, I have not labeled many of my designs. A few I did embroider year and my initials, but most were just passed on.

  146. Jusmom1 says:

    I don't currently use labels on my smaller creations, but would love to. Thanks for the chance to win!

  147. Patty says:

    All quilts are labeled – I make my own each time. Love these!

  148. Cheryl says:

    I must admit that most of my quilts are not labeled. The ones that are have labels made by my sewing machine.

  149. I had some custom labels made on Etsy, but they're about to run out. I'd love to win these ones… I've been hemming and hahing about ordering some!

  150. I make my own labels (sometimes) using light solid fabric. I'm so bad with labelling. I really need to get better at that.

  151. Tiffany says:

    I usually try to ham letter my labels and add them to the back like Kelly Young of My Quilt Infatuation does. I hate it when I forget, though. Then I have to hand sew it to the finished quilt and that doesn't always look as good…

  152. Anonymous says:

    I am a beginner and have only finished a couple of quilts. I did not put labels on them. When I read about labels people put on their quilts, it looks like a lot of extra work. I like the label you put on your quilt. Real simple. I wouldn't mind doing labels like that.

  153. I only use them on a few quilts……need to start using them more! Great giveaway!

  154. Shannon says:

    I love watching you use your labels. I would love to win some!

  155. Emily C says:

    I have made a few of my own labels, but they don't look that nice. I would love to try these out.

  156. carolaj3 says:

    I have had labels made by someone who had a professional embroidery machine. I have not been happy with them. I have at least 20 quilts that deserve a nice label

  157. I make my labels by hand and either write them on or embroider them on. But I still want to get some like these as well!

  158. Cecilia says:

    I make my labels and either print them on my computer, by hand, or embroider them. I would love to use this kind when I'm in a hurry, though. Thanks for the chance to win.

  159. Jo says:

    If I am giving the quilt as a gift it will get a hand made label either sewn onto the back or added to the backing before quilting. I would love to have some proper labels to use!

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  161. Dawn says:

    I do label all of my quilts and that means even the ones we keep at home. I was taught that when someone picks up one of my quilts 50 or 60 years from now they will want to know \”who made that gorgeous quilt?\” 😉 I include my whole name, where I live, the date I finished it, the name of the person or persons I made it for, if they are a friend or relative and where they live and if it was for a special occasion. I program my machine with the info and embroider it all on the binding prior to attaching the binding to the quilt. In that fashion anyone who picks up one of my quilts will never have to guess who made the quilt they are so attached to. Or if one of my quilt ends up in the state of Washington whoever finds it will know where to find the owner. The only way to dispose of the label is to remove the binding. Most thieves would never go that far. I sure would be happy to win some labels though to use on charity quilts. Great giveaway! Thanks for a chance.

  162. Wendy says:

    I don't currently label my quilts, I really should though and I'd like to. i might just label my current in progress quilt!

  163. Guilty of not labeling as charged. I even have some labels that I purchased many, many years ago to insert in clothing that I would make for my god children and nieces.

  164. Sandy says:

    I have labels and forget to use them, and have unpicked far too many times, lol!!

  165. Currently do not label my clothing, quilts, etc…like others I intend too, just haven't found an economical way to do so. Your labels are classy, yet simple..Love 'em.Lorna thanks for the opportunity, it's very generous.bluestarof2(at) yahoo(dot)com

  166. zaney says:

    I hand embroider my labels. It, uh, takes forever. Thanks!

  167. Rosyquilter says:

    I ordered some simple labels because of one of your posts last fall and love them. I don't use them on my quilts but love them for all the small, handmade items and gifts that I make. So easy to add in before you stitch down the binding and now everything small has my own personal label on it. Love them.

  168. Melanie says:

    I make a simple label with quilt info: who it is for, made by, and year. I would love these preprinted labels….perfect for quilts, bags, and clothing!

  169. Brandy says:

    I usually hand write a label on a piece of fabric that matches and I make sure it has who it's for, that I made it, the date I finished, and where I made it. Sometimes I add things like \”Happy birthday\” as a reminder of why I made it.~Brandy

  170. I love labelling my quilts. I have some silkscreened lables that I attach but they are too big really – I love the look of your labels!! Neat and tidy and just the right size.

  171. Patti says:

    I occasionally label my stuff, but I use homemade labels, so they aren't very professional! I would love a chance to win some beautifully made labels. Thanks for the chance.

  172. I make labels for my quilts and wall hangings. I usually embroider on them. Would be great to have my own label!Awesome giveaway!usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

  173. Anonymous says:

    I've not used labels before but these are fab! :0) xx

  174. Unknown says:

    I've never labelled my quilts but after 20 odd years do you think maybe it's time to start?

  175. Gill says:

    I write my own labels!

  176. Nita says:

    I Embroider right on the quilt.,or else I Use a pen. 🙂

  177. Patti says:

    I definitely don't use them often enough!

  178. Pamela says:

    I'm still using the last batch of labels I made myself, but these look so much nicer!

  179. Pamela says:

    I'm still using the last batch of labels I made myself, but these look so much nicer!

  180. Vera says:

    I don't use any label. I'm not sure what I would \”name\” I would like to have on it 🙂

  181. Daphne says:

    No I only make for friends and family

  182. Love your labels, and they are so cool on your quilts.

  183. Sewmom18 says:

    I have made a label for each quilt.

  184. Colleen says:

    I do not label each quilt, and feel guilty about that. If I don't win, I'll be heading over to Ikaprint to buy some. Can you tell us what size labels you buy? Thanks!