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GREAT BIG giveaway – Day 1

Posted on: June 20th, 2016 by Lorna McMahon


Welcome to the first day in this week of the GREAT BIG giveaway!!!

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?

got my quilt labels from IKAPRINT. There is always a link to their site at the end of my finishes posts and I do receive a small commission on all sales using this link. Thank you to anyone who has ever used it. Every little bit helps!

It was back in July of 2014 that I received my first 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. 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.

Now 100 labels may seem like an awful lot of labels. If you only use them for larger projects like quilts, they will last you a long, long time. I used the remaining last few labels from my first order just this past week when I added them to the back of some mini mini quilts. And then started into my second order of 100 labels when I made even more mini mini quilts! 




I ordered the 1 1/2″ size. This refers to the width of the label. And the 5/8″ refers to the height. So when folded the labels are a little bigger than 1/4″ and the “sew fresh quilts” shows from the front. The “by Lorna McMahon” is only seen if you flip the label up.




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 has an updated site and all the labels are ordered directly through her.

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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428 Responses

  1. Sorcha girl says:

    Yes, I do make labels for the quilts that are gifts using the fabric that prints through my HP Inkjet. I should follow your lead, however, and apply a label to everything I make. Thanks, Lorna.

  2. I currently am using Lara's Crafted Applique method to label most of my quilts, but I really would love to have some labels to sew into the bindings for some finishes!

  3. Tracine says:

    I try and label all my quilts. Sometimes I just write a quick note with a fabric pen.Tracinecharest at gmail dot com

  4. Nancy J says:

    I have either hand printed on the back, or printed onto printable fabric then fused and ironed. Quite a lot of work, printed labels would be fabulous. Bags, wall hangings, a quilt or two, so many places they can go. Another so generous give-away.

  5. I started quilting last fall and just started my 14th quilt. I have been thinking about labeling each before I send it off to a new home. I'm ready to get labels, just need to come up with a name for that label. Thanks for the giveaway, maybe I'll need to come up with that name soon.

  6. Unknown says:

    I would love these. ..I label, mostly, sometimes um…not as much as I should! Pbstrand@msn.com

  7. Kay says:

    I don't usually label them. I always give them a name and tell the recipient what it is called. With a ready made label i would have no excuse not to. x

  8. Puppilalla says:

    I am embroidering my quilt labels and apply them to the backing.

  9. Béa says:

    I label sometimes, would be happy to win these simple & beautiful labels.

  10. Rike Busch says:

    I try to not forget to label my quilts an d other little things, I'm sewing. And I have to different types, but would love to have one of them in another color.thanks for the chance! Rike

  11. Iris says:

    I label my quilts with small sew on labels, but I love yours with the flap. And I totally agree 100 isn't that much since I use them on nearly every project I finish.

  12. I label show and gifted quilts. Charity quilts usually are request none or something special non descript. Wallhangings and minis I usually sign and date the back.

  13. Anita says:

    I label my quilts with a label I had made professionally.

  14. CarlaK.be says:

    I am working on my first quilt ever, it would be quite nice if I could label it !

  15. ledamewood says:

    I'm terrible about labeling my quilts.

  16. Karin says:

    Decent labels would make life so much easier. I do label my quilts however usually have to wait until I have got enough labels for one printable fabric sheet.

  17. Susan L. says:

    I do label most of my quilts. I usually just sign my name & the date on smaller projects. I would love the pre-printed labels to put on everything though.

  18. Patti says:

    I always think about making a label but when it comes to the end, I never do. I just want to get it finished and delivered. It would be great to have labels to just pop on when I'm binding!

  19. Cheryl says:

    I label my quilts but this is a much easier way to do it. Thanks!

  20. Unknown says:

    I have some old labels I purchased a long time ago, but do not use anymore. They are not what I would use today and have been looking new ones. This would be perfect!

  21. Sometimes I label, would love to win this!

  22. JoyceLM says:

    I occasionally label my quilts. Guess I should be more consistent. Thanks.

  23. Anne D says:

    I haven't labelled a quilt for years. Would love to have a quick and easy solution to my labeling laziness

  24. Hi Lorna,Some of my quilts are labeled, whereas I had the Longarmer embroider the label w/a sentiment, date, etc.Tis my intention to label each WIP. Thank you for the opportunity.bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

  25. pajtr says:

    (Oh, I am SO bad about labeling! I really want to change that!)I am usually so pressed for time as a quilt nears completion, that I don't take the extra step of putting a label on it…These sew-in labels would be a great solution to my problem!Pat T.

  26. Gill says:

    I always label my quilts!!

  27. Lisa Marie says:

    I sometimes label, sometimes don't. I need to do a better job at that! I have admired these printed labels for a long while and really need to get some!

  28. I try to add the date in somewhere, either by embroidery in the design, or by machine either in the quilting or along the binding. It is quicker than making a label. IkaPrints labels look pretty snazzy though, and faster and easier than embroidering!

  29. Alice Ronne says:

    I haven't used labels for the few small quilts I've made. Now is the time to change. They would be a nice touch to the bags/totes I've been making. Thanks for the giveaway! akronne17@gmail.com

  30. Dee says:

    Haven't always labeled my Quilts, started, and now with these labels it's easy to do all the time !

  31. Karen says:

    I try to label my quilts, especially when they are gifted.

  32. Michele T says:

    I do label my quilts with a large label, so I'd love something a little smaller like your labels, this would be awesome!!! Thanks for the chance!!

  33. I printed a few on ribbon using the freezer paper method. Of course the quality is not the same as your pre printed labels 🙂

  34. I do plan on labeling my quilts. I have my first one almost finished, and another started. When done they will both get a label. Great giveaway- thank you Susan

  35. I label all my quilts big or small. For a long time I didn't and regret that I didn't.

  36. Carol says:

    I always label my quilts, almost always label table runners, and rarely label purses, although I have labeled a few. I always enjoy seeing what you have made and the use of your labels. 🙂

  37. Subee says:

    I do label things I make. I designed my own logo and bought some iron on labels for bags that I make, but have not used those on quilts. I usually make a label for quilts using the alphabet font on my sewing machine. The iron on labels usually need stitched down to be certain they stay on. I would love some of these labels.

  38. Cathy V. says:

    I label my quilts. I'm better now than I use to be. The grand-kids love the special notes I write on the labels.

  39. I have labeled a few of my quilts, but especially now that I'm 70 I really need to take the time to label the rest!

  40. Adele says:

    I do label most of my quilts, but sometimes one get away from me!

  41. Dorian says:

    I do label SOME of my quilts, not as many as I should. And I only label my bags if I am giving them to someone. I love your labels though and would love to win some of my own. Thank you!

  42. I already left one comment but don't see it in the list, so trying again. I label some but really need to get the rest of my quilts labeled for my kids and grandkids to know which ones I've made and where the other ones came from! I'm now an email follower in addition to google dashboard.

  43. Thank you for sharing this info on your labels. I usually add a label on the back of my quilts by making an extra block and embroidering info on it, but many times I get lazy and just omit this step. These little labels would be perfect. Thank you for this giveaway chance.

  44. Emily C says:

    I have not been labeling my quilts. Sounds like a great idea, I just haven't gotten into the habit.

  45. I usually sew in a written label, but would love to have a pretty printed one to add to my projects. Thanks for the giveaway.

  46. Lee says:

    Some of the time I label – its about 50/50! thank you!

  47. Debbi says:

    I have never labeled anything I have made. I have no excuse but sheer laziness and am hoping that already printed labels will inspire me!

  48. JaneT says:

    I am so new to quilting that I haven't completed a quilt. I am just about ready to finish one and would love to have some labels. I love your Black Birds

  49. Sewmom18 says:

    I embroidered a custom label for each quilt I have made.I should get labels for the other things I make.

  50. Deb says:

    I have labeled my quilts….but not always because i'm not good at it. but i'd love to have a pre-printed label like yours to make labeling a breeze!

  51. I try to label all of them, after all, in 100 years they may still be around.

  52. Jan Briggs says:

    I try to label my quilts, especially when they are going to someone else. I usually just hand embroider a patch with some info on it, but if I were to start producing large amounts of quilts (which I would like to) this would be out of the question! I will be checking out Ikaprint labels.

  53. Liz F says:

    Every time I start a quilt I promise myself that I'll attach a label but by the time I finish the binding I've neglected to do it again. Having labels printed and on hand might be a great solution especially if I kept them in my binding bin.

  54. Liz Horgan says:

    I label my quilts in a corner on the back with a triangle(fold a square piece in half). I sew a length of binding on the folded end and sew the other sides in place when sewing the binding onto the quilt. Then I hand sew down the binding on the folded edge to the quilt back. Then I hand write on the triangle with permanent marker.

  55. Kathy says:

    Depending on who I make my quilt for is how I label it. If it is a family member or close friend I will embroider a label. If I'm making a commissioned quilt – I use my Ikaprint labels that I ordered. 🙂

  56. mumbird3 says:

    Awesome labels! I have been ogling them for awhile to add a touch of professionalism to my quilts. My current labels are hand lettered with a pig a pen and look a little clumsy! churcae(at)auburn(dot)edu

  57. Beth says:

    For family I use the letters on my sewing machine and \”sign\” things, but usually I don't label. I would like to!

  58. Unknown says:

    I have made my own name labels but the ones from IKAPRINT sure look great. Thanks.

  59. Nancy L says:

    Yes, I do label my quilts. I use fabric that I iron to freezer paper, and a permanent marker. I put the name of the quilt, handmade and hand quilted by me, and the year on each one.

  60. What a fun giveaway Lorna! I label some quilts but not all.

  61. I do label them….when I can remember. But I have gotten a lot better at it, lol.

  62. LJ says:

    Yes, I've gotten really good about labeling in the past few years. I even labeled a quilt I inherited that my grandma made – perhaps in the 30s. I wish I knew more about the quilt and that really spurred me on to labeling the things I make. Most generally I use my embroidery machine to make my labels. I have always admired your labels – great designing.

  63. I am rather haphazard about quilt labeling – I need to improve.

  64. Karen says:

    I try to label my quilts. Sometimes I just want a little label and these would be perfect. Thank you for a chance to win.

  65. Lynne Stucke says:

    Yes; I always label my quilts. My friend, Lou, used her embroidery machine to make several decorative labels — I just fill in all the details (name of quilt, for whom/why it was made, and my name and city) with a permanent ink art pen. Lovely! (lynnstck(at)yahoo.com)

  66. Ella says:

    I label, sometimes…mostly because I really hate making my own labels.

  67. PegP says:

    I label them all and record them all in a quilting journal notebook. I'd love to have some small labels like these to use on bags and runners.

  68. SandraC says:

    I mean to label all my quilts but probably less than half are labelled 🙁

  69. Sue says:

    I always label my quilts, maybe in the hope that they will be around for a very long time. I also keep a record of them with a photo. so much love and hard work goes into each quilt so it should be recorded.Sue Sue52g(at)gmail(dot)com

  70. Gene Black says:

    I label some of them, but not all of them as I should.

  71. Yanicka says:

    Thank you so much. thanks to you I got my labels and i love them 🙂

  72. I label just the big quilts with a fabric marker. Table runners or rag quilts I don't, but I should! basaran.family at rogers.com

  73. suemac says:

    I do have some of her labels. Love them. Use them on all my quilts.

  74. Joy says:

    I always label my quilts. I think it's so sad when reading about an antique quilt and there is no information about who made it. I'd like to start labeling smaller projects too. Ika labels would be perfect for that.

  75. I bought labels from another source and although they're 'fine' I would like to try someone else next time. I label all my quilts and any other projects I sell or gift.

  76. Lindsay R says:

    I have been leaning towards labeling my quilts more and more, this seems like a great way to do so!

  77. Susan says:

    I have only completed one quilt and have not yet labeled it. I know I should and will get to it eventually.

  78. Alison V. says:

    I haven't labeled all of my quilts, most of them.

  79. KimB says:

    Unfortunately I don't label my quilts, I suppose I should be

  80. Jusmom1 says:

    I have only been labeling my gift quilts, but would love to begin labeling more! Thanks for the chance to win!

  81. I usually label my quilts, but to be honest, sometimes I'm too lazy or in a hurry to gift my quilts. I love the option of ready made labels.

  82. Jayne says:

    I do label my quilts with labels like yours. I like them because they are small and can be used on just about every thing…bags, minis, baskets!

  83. Monica says:

    I regret not labeling my earlier quilts. I'm starting to label them now.

  84. sam says:

    I do label quilts. I enjoy creating them with cute designs, words, etc.

  85. I always label my quilts in some way – sometimes it's a hand embroidered one for gifted quilts, sometimes it's a small satin label for mini items.

  86. Needled Mom says:

    I LOVE those labels. I use a similar type and use them on everything I make. They are a lot easier to use than trying to make a fancy label which I am terrible at doing.

  87. Jewel says:

    I used to label gift quilts for family members, but I haven't used labels in a few years sadly. You certainly are right about the IKA labels, they're sleek and gorgeous! I should get back into labeling.

  88. I love these labels, so thank you for posting the information on how to order them! I do label some of my quilts. I tend not to if they are staying with me. I'd love to win this! Wendy at piecefulthoughts.com.

  89. Ilana says:

    I do label quilts that I make for friends and family. I don't label those that I make for philanthropic causes.hijoffeATgmailDOTcom

  90. Sherry says:

    I do label my quilts but I do not label my smaller projects. I think that is a great idea. I even forget I made something for someone sometimes.

  91. MoeWest says:

    I make labels for all of my quilts.

  92. @lutzcats says:

    Oh yes!!! It's like reading the last page of a novel-tah dah! But really a historical record, who, when, even why.

  93. Snoodles says:

    I've only labeled large quilts until now, but those labels are wonderful! Hoping that I win, so I can label EVERYTHING!

  94. JANET says:

    I label all quilts I have made. I also write the new owner's name hidden somewhere on the front, just in case it gets stolen and the label taken off.

  95. No I do not label my quilts. If I ever quit buying fabric I will be able to buy labels, then I will have to remember to put them on. LOL

  96. Rebecca says:

    I label now…Can not began to count the ones I never did.

  97. I want to label all my quilts, but I don't. I use the triangle in the corner method when I remember.Would love to give these labels a try.

  98. Unknown says:

    I do not label my quilts but I want to. I love the labels you use.

  99. Kathy says:

    my first three I didn't but I do now – I want people of know who made them

  100. Shelley E says:

    Yes I make labels for my quilts. I usually put a pretty rubber stamped image on a square of muslin and write the relevant info (date, occasion, etc.) with a Pigma micron marker) then I handstitch it to the back of the quilt. I don;t label my bags and totes but these labels would be wonderful for that! It would give it a nice professional-like finish.

  101. robin says:

    I make labels for most of my quilts especially as the majority go to family members.

  102. VA says:

    I've labeled most of my quilts.

  103. Vicki H says:

    I haven't been labeling my quilts. I know I should, but I do take pictures.

  104. Skootchover says:

    I label my quilts, but don't enjoy it. Preprinted labels would make it easier. I just can't land on any kind of professional look for labels.

  105. Mandykatts says:

    Thanks for this give-away! I don't currently label my quilts, but I'm playing around with fabric ink and stamps for just such use.

  106. I label quilts I make for gifts but don't consistently label the mini quilts I make for myself. Winning the labels would definitely help with that!

  107. Kathleen says:

    Yes, I do label most of my quilts. Always sort of wondered about what to do on the little give away/boutique things I make. LOVE this as a solution.

  108. I do label my quilts and write them myself on fabric. But I tend to forget to use a label on my handbags.

  109. Anonymous says:

    I mostly make labels for my quilts using printable fabric sheets. I like to make them personal with the name of the person receiving it as well as other information. For smaller items I may just use permanent ink pen. Thank you for the giveaway.

  110. Janie says:

    I just started labeling a few of my quilts. I have been quilting for 25+ years. I need to get on the bandwagon! Thank you for the giveaway.

  111. Nettie says:

    I always label my gift quilts, and try to label most of my other quilts. I usually fussy cut a pretty motif from the fabric to make a label, or use an \”orphan\” block for a label.I love the IKAprint labels, so I think I need to order some of these!Thanks!nettiecrain@live.com

  112. Havplenty says:

    I do label some of my quilts and bought some embroidered labels a few years ago. I have been looking into additional labeling.tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  113. Anonymous says:

    I try to make labels for quilts, but hadn't really thought about other projects, until a couple months ago. I ordered some IKAprint labels when they were BOGO. How will I ever use 200 labels????? But I love them!In the past, I've made hand written labels (with micron pens) because it's so very personal.

  114. Kathy E. says:

    I have a small supply (50, I think) of labels that I ordered from another company. I like them, but think I'd like to try IKA labels next time I order. I've used my current ones on the projects I'm most happy with and projects that I give as gifts.

  115. jo says:

    Sometimes I label and sometimes not…so having already made labels would be wonderful.

  116. QuiltShopGal says:

    I rarely take time to add a quilt label, although I do like them and think they are a good idea. I love the simplicity and quality of these labels, which also look so easy to add to a project.QuiltShopGalwww.quiltshopgal.com

  117. Laura says:

    Labelling, sometimes yes, sometimes no. If it's a gift or required for a show etc, I do, otherwise I don't. Do believe that I should label, though!

  118. I have never labeled my quilts (I've only made 2 so far!), but I've been thinking about it and have been trying to figure out what I would put on my labels if I order them…

  119. Annmarie says:

    I'm embarrassed to say that currently I label my quilts with a black fabric pen on the binding on the backside of the quilt – just my name & year. Would love to win some labels.

  120. Peggy says:

    I don't lablw anything but would like to.Thanks, Peggypeggy_verdongibbs@att.net

  121. Katie says:

    these look wonderful — I'd love to start labeling my projects cause I am the worst about this

  122. Ioleen says:

    I have labels but not happy with what I ordered. I do use them on my quilts. I also put a hand written one one.

  123. I labeled the one I made for my Mom.

  124. mags says:

    I have started to label my quilts. These label would make it easier, especially for small quilts

  125. Donna W says:

    I am not very good at labeling my quilts. But, I really need to start.

  126. Tish Stemple says:

    I've never labeled by quilts 🙁 However, I just got my batch of 100 labels from ikaprint this weekend. Thanks so much for the tip and pointing me the direction of the company.

  127. Andy Bee says:

    I have labelled one of the two quilts I've made. These would be great for labelling the little things!distantsub at gmail dot com

  128. Sandi says:

    I usually hand with my own labels, sometimes I draw something related to the quilt on the label. Other times simply my name, city and date completed and who designed it if not an original piece.Thanks for a chance to win a give away and a discount for ordering some.

  129. always label mine but the ones i bought years ago are just about gone, Thanks for the chance

  130. Unknown says:

    I always label my quilts. I just adore your labels and I am definitely going to order some! So sweet and make a perfect finish.

  131. Kris says:

    I try to make up labels but more times than not I end up just writing on the quilt corner with a pen to put the name and date. urgh

  132. Edie says:

    I label my quilts with machine embroidered labels. I usually try to do 2-3 at a time, if I have that many projects completed, or about to be completed. I do have a couple of quilts and labels that haven't located each other though. Lol raydeer@memlane.com

  133. Anonymous says:

    HELLO, most of my quilting is for Charity,so I just sign with a Heart!For a family/friend gift I usually write in one corner, so this would be a nice win! Thank You for sharing!msstitcher1214@gmail.com

  134. OhioLori says:

    Would love to have special labels to use!! I usually get those packs at JoAnn's…is a yard of twill with Made with Love printed…can get 12 \”labels\”. These would be AWESOME to use! thanks for the chance to win!! 😀

  135. Cut&Alter says:

    I am very slack in the labelling department – if the item is not going to be washed I use my vintage typewriter to type a label. I haven't got a system yet for labelling washable quilts …. I have seen such wonderful ideas around but by the time the binding is done and sometimes a hanging sleeve is attached I feel that I am done with the quilt!! However, I have always admired your labels so would love to be entered into the giveaway for this great prize. Thank you!

  136. Barb says:

    It's funny about labels, some quilts I do, some not, I am not even sure why. I hesitate to get labels for the same reason, sheer number sounds like way to many but then I think I'd like to have them. Maybe one day!Thanks for the give away! crazeematz@gmail.com

  137. Unknown says:

    Great labels! Thanks for the chance to win!

  138. Zanymouse says:

    When I made my first quilt, I knew it was going to be a lifelong love, so I when I attached my label I gave it #1. I number and label all quilts, wall hangings, and table runners, and I'm up to #137! Thanks for the chance to win, your labels look awesome and easy to use!

  139. Dorothy H says:

    I love those little labels. I could use a couple hundred for sure! LOL Particularly if I use them on everything I sew!

  140. KaHolly says:

    I do label all my Quilts, but little else.

  141. Natureluvr57 says:

    Yes, I label my quilts but not small items like mug rugs. These labels would be great on both! I bought a printer that uses pigment ink cartridges and it has made labeling easier but still not a dark rich lettering.

  142. mangozz says:

    I just started labeling my quilts last year. Those labels look so professional! I would love to win some.

  143. Dara says:

    Labels have been on my 'to do' list for a LONG time!! Very nice.

  144. Sherry VF says:

    Yes, I label all my quilts. I use a rather large label and puts lots of info. on them. I would love the smaller labels for small projects like bags and pouches which I don't currently label. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

  145. I do label my quilts, but sometimes my handmade look is a bit lacking. I'd love to have some shark looking labels all ready to go for the next time!

  146. Anonymous says:

    I label quilts that are gifts with purchased labels and I label swap quilts usually with hand written labels including the swap name, date and my name.

  147. I currently only label quilts for gifts and those I keep in my own collection. Printed labels are on my list to get. Thanks for the chance. I will definitely use you affiliate link when I go to purchase 🙂

  148. Unknown says:

    I have never made a quilt label for my quilts. I would love to start doing this, though

  149. Emily says:

    I am diligent in labeling all my quilts. I've seen your labels on your posts and really like them, but have been hesitant to move to something similar because I like to add more personal information to the quilt. I especially like to make baby quilts, and I add name and birth date. However, I have some more generic labels that I had made for the quilts I donate (made by a seller on etsy) and I have been thinking about using those on all my quilts, so the timing of your giveaway is lovely 🙂 I went and looked on the IKAPRINT site and her labels are really fantastic.

  150. Lace Faerie says:

    I've only made two quilts and haven't yet labeled them, not sure if they'll be kept for a future grandchild or if I'll gift them. Professional labels would work either way. I like the way you track the use of your labels! Nice way to keep a record of your makes.

  151. I rarely label my quilts. When I do, I either write on the backing with a permanent pen or use printable fabric and my computer.

  152. Lara B. says:

    Your labels are so nice Lorna, because they look Sew Fresh. I do tend to label quilts, but often forget to label the little things.

  153. I MEANT to put a label on my quilts but I forgot every single time. Maybe if I had some really cute ones, I would do it. 🙂

  154. Jessica says:

    I don't label anything but I would love to start.

  155. Lee Ann L. says:

    Yes, they're usually the homemade kind. I'd love to have some of these!

  156. Patty says:

    I've gotten quite good at labeling. These labels look great.

  157. mamasem says:

    I FMQ my name and year while quilting.

  158. SeeAmySew says:

    I have never labeled my quilts, esp. since I'm pretty much a newbie and have only completed 2 quilts in my 4 yrs of learning to quilt. I was just recently surprised with my 1st longarm from my hubby and 1/2 our basement has been turned into a quilting studio. I would love to have labels to get me started on the 20 quilt flimsies(tops) that are waiting to be quilted. And since this is a Great Big Giveaway, I'm prepared with a Great Big Mailbox…lol Thanks for the chance.

  159. anjansan says:

    I label quilts with a label embroidered on my machine. Smaller items I label with labels similar to yours, but I would love new ones!

  160. jeifner says:

    I usually do. But I also make store samples and don't always label those

  161. I usually label my quilts. If it's a mini for me, I might just write the date and my name with sharpie. For minis I've made for others, I designed labels on my laptop. If I had these sweet little labels, everything would get one!

  162. Heide says:

    Yes I use labeledI ordered wrong at first, so now I have ladles for my quilts and for my minis or pillows.

  163. Heide says:

    Yes I use labeledI ordered wrong at first, so now I have ladles for my quilts and for my minis or pillows.

  164. claire ross says:

    I don't have any labels so don't currently label my quilts. Would love to start though!

  165. Meloney says:

    I use the embroidery machine to label, but my digitizer is no longer doing that, so I need to learn how.

  166. Jen says:

    Currently, most of my quilts that I give to family or close friends are labeled with a hand embroidered design about 3 inches x 4 inches on a fabric matching their quilt or muslin. I have been toying with the idea of ordering 2 sets of labels, one with lines for details such as the date, etc. And then a second set with my blog and name only for the little things, swaps and whatnot.

  167. Paige says:

    I don't have any labels so this would be a great prize.

  168. Fun!!! I do label the quilts that I give away, this would be awesome!

  169. Unknown says:

    I was so excited to finish my first quilt (just this past March) that I definitely labeled it – baby's name, birthdate, everything! kathleendotlutzatcomcastdotnet

  170. Pamela Neal says:

    I try to remember to make labels for my quilts…especially the ones I am giving as a gift. I usually handwrite them.

  171. I am soooo bad about labeling my quilts. I've thought about getting something like what you use for a long time so it would be great to win the giveaway. Thanks.

  172. Unknown says:

    I don't currently label my quilts, but I'm definitely going to be looking into this now that I know how inexpensive it would be!

  173. JennyMeeeker says:

    Sadly, I have yet to label any of my quilts, however it's something I have been looking to remedy. Since I only hand quilted them until recently, the volume of completed quilts hasn't been large, and all but one are still accessible to me. To win this giveaway would allow me to tag the existing quickly and have them on hand for my upcoming machine quilted projects. — Jenny Meeker

  174. Anna brown says:

    Yes i label my quilts….I have a permanent marker i use….Love your labels… happyness04431@yahoo.com

  175. CyndyK says:

    I do label my quilts, but with a pen. They don't look nearly as nice as these. cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

  176. Karen says:

    Yes, I label quilts. I use the method where you fold a 5\” square of fabric in half diagonally and sew it into a back corner of the quilt. I hand write my information.

  177. Sewing Sue says:

    I didn't always label but now I've been doing that more, especially when I give a quilt as a gift. It helps people remember when and where the quilt came to them.

  178. Beeshebags says:

    I was taught to always label quilts, so yes, I do, and sometimes I'll even label table runners (if I remember!) Thanks for the opportunity to win such a great prize.HugsNaomi

  179. Rosa says:

    I don´t usually label them and when I did it I by fabric that it`s use to label and handmade it.

  180. Unknown says:

    I always have the best intentions of labeling my quilts, but in the end I've only ended up labeling a few. I really need to get better at that!

  181. Rita Lynn says:

    I don't usually label the things I make. I am determined to start doing it.

  182. georockgeek says:

    I label my quilts, depending on the quilt the label is embroidered or just written on.

  183. georockgeek says:

    I label my quilts, depending on the quilt the label is embroidered or just written on.

  184. I just ran out of the custom labels I had made on Etsy. Sometimes I just use a Pigma pen and write a message on!

  185. kay says:

    I label some of my quilts, but I'm not consistent about doing it. These labels are so cute, I'd get everything labeled in a heartbeat!

  186. MaryBeth says:

    I won't say I have labeled every quilt I've ever made, but most of them.

  187. Chiska says:

    I don't label my quilts currently, this looks like it would make it easy.

  188. Brandy says:

    I don't label my quilts and struggle to decide what to put on labels because I don't have a blog or business. I know I should start though.

  189. I label my quilts in a really hit and miss sort of way. Sometimes I make a label, sometimes I don't. I would really like to change that! 😀silverthimble@shaw.ca

  190. I don't label my quilts as of yet, but it's on my to do list! I definitely need some labels!

  191. scottylover says:

    I do label my quilts with hand written labels. I have been looking for some printed labels to use instead, though. These look really nice! Thanks for the chance to win them!Sandy A

  192. not always because I don't have the labels

  193. Renea says:

    I am very sad to say that I have only labeled a couple of my quilts. Thanks for an awesome giveaway.

  194. Dave S. says:

    I just started quilting and have not officially completed my first two projects. Binding and washing is all that is left. My wife has encouraged me to get labels and I likely will if I don't win these. Great post and I really had never thought about labels to be honest with you. But I recently thought about doing someTable runners or other small projects and thisMakes me realize they could be handy

  195. Yes–I try to label every quilt I make!

  196. TheGeek says:

    No, but I want to start

  197. Melanie says:

    I do try to label most lap size and up quilts!

  198. Unknown says:

    I do not label my quilts and I know I need to start!

  199. Sewgirl says:

    I try to label most of my quilts, but some manage to slip by. Recently I saw a suggestion of using the twill tape from the fat quarter packs to machine embroider my initials and year and tuck that into the binding. I used that idea to tuck into the seam of a little bag I made…looks great, but not as great as your labels. Thanks for sharing such a neat giveaway!

  200. GranChris says:

    I usually make a heart label but I get creative on my quilts with labels.

  201. Rachell says:

    For quilts and such, I hand-embroider all the info and then hand-stitch the label on the quilt. I'm learning how to make labels with my new embroidery sewing machine. Several years ago, I ordered a roll of labels from a vendor through Annie's CAtalog, that screen-print your name on a choice of a few designs. Those are great for every-day items like clothing, pillows, gifts.These labels look and sound awesome, too!reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

  202. Beth says:

    I have been somewhat hit-or-miss about labeling my quilts, something I need to rectify.

  203. Martina says:

    I just started recently to label them. And for long i wanted to find some personal labels also for the little goodies like bags etc. .

  204. Wendy says:

    It's a bit hit and miss… sometimes i do!

  205. Anna-Marie says:

    I embroider labels for my quilts – these labels would save me so much time! Thanks for the chance to win.annamariehlustik@googlemail.com

  206. Anna-Marie says:

    I embroider the labels for my quilts – these labels would save me so much time. Thanks for the chance to win.annamariehlustik@googlemail.com

  207. Bonnie58 says:

    I label all of my large quilts, but not my small ones. Sounds like a great idea. Thanks for sharing

  208. Jodie says:

    I do not like making labels. This would be so easy!

  209. Unknown says:

    Yes. I have some labels that I sew in when binding.

  210. Unknown says:

    I always label my quilts, but I embroider them. This would be so much easier for those not specifically intended for someone special! robinsheloratearthlinkdotnet

  211. AlidaP says:

    I label all my quilts (almost). I usually make an hand embroidered label, I think it's another fun thing to design to finish up the project in style! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  212. Betsy says:

    I label all quilts but not little projects except the ones I gift.Raffle opted asked for my favorite color which is orange

  213. kt says:

    I do label all my quilts, but have not put labels on the smaller items I have made. I think these labels would be great for those. On my quilt labels I add a lot of information such as who the quilt was made for and why.

  214. JM Necheles says:

    I write on the back of the quilt. I really should make labels, but it is so much fun to find a space to write a personal note to the person receiving the quilt.

  215. Ladydukes says:

    I always label my quilts; to me, that's like the signature on a painting.

  216. Marly says:

    I label my quilts,and smaller projects: usually I write on a piece of light coloured solid, but sometimes I embroider the labels. I would love to have some ready-made labels; thanks for the chance!

  217. I do label my quilts. Probably because I started quilting with many swap projects. I know a printed label would be more impressive than my handwritten scrawls though.

  218. Unknown says:

    I do label my quilts. I make a label from solid fabric and write with a permanent pen.

  219. Rebecca says:

    Yes, I make sure all my quilts and wall hangings have some sort of signature on them and information too. On my grandchildrens ones I like to add additional little sayings etc. When I make clothing for them I draw on my personal label in the back of the garment, so winning a few labels would be fun to use. thanks for the chance

  220. Kathryn says:

    I label my quilts, but nothing that looks as professional as these. I'd love to start.

  221. Unknown says:

    Previously I was using \”self-made\” labels out of iron on transfer paper and twill tape, but these days I'm using ones ordered off etsy.

  222. Kathy Davis says:

    Yes, I label my quilts by embroidering my initials and the year in a corner. Would love to be more professional with real labels!Thanks, Kathykdavis1@centurytel.net

  223. I generally use my Ikaprint labels (thanks for sharing that information), but sometimes I will put a handwritten label on the back.

  224. OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wahooooo….THIS is a giveaway I'm keeping my fingers crossed for. Anddddd thank you for the details on the tags you order, as I've tried to figure out which ones you order and couldn't. Now I knowwwww! 🙂

  225. sewingnancy says:

    Love those little labels. Blue seems to be my favorite color if you check my closet but yellow dominates my stash.

  226. KaliaContiki says:

    I label the ones I give away but I'm bad about not labeling the ones that I make just for fun. I can never think of something to say so I add the label once I decide where it's going.

  227. Tiffany says:

    I tend to label my quilts when I have a specific recipient/purpose in mind. I normally print something onto my special printing fabric and stitch it onto the back of the quilt before quilting, when I remember. Every now and then when I have enough time to make something just for fun – those quilts usually don't get labeled. 😟

  228. PatriciaEE says:

    I haven't labeled my quilts. I know I want to start. I had the binding on my last one before I realized I should have put on a label.

  229. dorothy says:

    Yes I label my quilts, have never thought to label bags & mug rug type of things…dorocarol@gmail.com

  230. Tina says:

    I am not good when it comes to labeling my quilts. I should get these labels and start soon!! tljeo at yahoo dot com

  231. Nancy says:

    No, and I know I need to!

  232. I have some little labels a lot like yours, but with a thimble icon added, because that is my favorite symbol. I would love more labels just like yours (but with my name, lol.) Sometimes I do the big label with all of the info. xo

  233. Mama Spark says:

    I often hand embroider a label and sew it directly into the back of the quilt. I really do not like the look of them sewn on after, but have been very happy incorporating them into the back. I love the idea of your little labels and would really love to try this out!

  234. Tu-Na Quilts says:

    Quilt label-it's the one part of making a quilt I don't like. I've been thinking of ordering these labels but I'd like the date to be on it. kthurn at bektel dot com

  235. Anonymous says:

    All I can say is 'sometimes.' I am not very consistent. Maybe I need to work on that.

  236. I sometimes label my quilts, but I often do not. I don't like the methods I have tried in the past much. This would be super fun to try.

  237. Paula says:

    I'm not always consistent about labeling my quilts. Labels are included when the quilt is a gift….wedding, baby, birthday, or just because. Not so much on the ones I keep.

  238. Lynda says:

    I have never labeled a quilt – I think of myself as an amature and have never sold a quilt. My family has been really bugging me to sell my work, I think the fear is that no one would pay money for it.

  239. You betcha I label my quilts! I'm a label nut you could say… Lorna I will message you later as I'm sure you won't be able to read all 240+ comments, but in case you do, did you offer a 5% discount before?

  240. I do label my quilts but it is usually just a permanent pen signature on the back. I occasionally do applied labels that I make with photo transfer fabric sheets.

  241. Bec says:

    I label my quilts with handmade labels but would LOVE professionally made labels like these that could be used on totes and other projects too!

  242. jellybean says:

    Yes I label my Quilts when I finish, lots of UFOs I really need to finish great giveaway thanks

  243. legato1958 says:

    Yes, I label most of my quilts. Some by using black ink on a block, with details of the quilt. Some by ironing on a label that I made (on the printer, on iron-on fabric) But I LOVE these labels!!Susie

  244. Ive never labeled my quilts… This would give me the boost I need to start!! Thanks for the chance to win!

  245. Katy M says:

    I can only remember labelling one and that was with an embroidered label, if I had some printed labels it would be easy!

  246. Chelra says:

    I label when I remember but the current labels I have are silky and I'm not so convinced they last very long. A lot of my work is charity so those I don't label. Thank you for the opportunity to win some amazing labels.

  247. Vera says:

    I have never labeled anything.

  248. Patti says:

    Yes I do sometimes when it is for a special someone. I always wanted to order made label so if I win I had better get thinking what to put on them.

  249. hollymade says:

    No, but I really should!

  250. Patti says:

    I try to remember to label my quilts. It's usually just a small label though. I don't tend to put a lot of information on the label.

  251. leanne says:

    I try to label my quilts but sometimes forget !!

  252. Whichcrafts says:

    I have only used a label (homemade) once but would love to win these. Thanks for the opportunity.

  253. Lori says:

    Thanks for a chance to win

  254. Lori says:

    I ordered labels and I love them. Great job! I always label my quilts.

  255. Unknown says:

    I do label my Quilts with my own homemade quilt tags. But I have been wanting to look into purchasing my own created tag. If I don't win that's OK I will just use them to buy my own.☺☺

  256. I make my own labels – usually about 3\”x 6\”- giving a title eg \” Gather Round\” and details – eg made for my great nephew \”Reece \” and followed by the date and my name and location.

  257. Unknown says:

    I just recently started labeling mine, and are going back to label the older ones now.

  258. judi says:

    I try to make labels for my pieces that I give as gifts but not ones I make for my house.

  259. Vickie says:

    I do use labels, but make my own. I tried different methods, but really like the ready made labels. Thanks for the giveaway.

  260. Lori S says:

    I try to label my quilts, but sometimes a cute label would be the perfect solution. I used to have similar labels when I sewed garments. Here's hoping I'm the lucky winner

  261. Linda says:

    I haven't labeled all of my quilts but I'm trying to do it more often.

  262. Mania says:

    I have small labels, serial, with the inscription hand made, but without my name

  263. Celine says:

    Wow those labels are cute. I think I'm going to order some. Thanks for the discount code! I usually label my quilts but not necessarily my bags etc.

  264. Lisa J. says:

    I label some of my quilts but not all.

  265. I do label my quilts, I think it adds a personal touch

  266. Kate says:

    I always label my quilts. I was lucky, that was something emphasized in my very first quilting class and I've stuck with it over the years.

  267. Mercedes says:

    Not really. By time I finish the quilt I usually am tired of working on that project or it's finished just in time to gift. I do need to start.

  268. I haven't labelled my quilts but would love to start doing so!

  269. DebW says:

    I ordered my labels when you first reviewed them – they are AWESOME! Would love to restock!

  270. Jess Burns says:

    I usually just label larger projects; currently I embroider the date and my initials. (I think I'm not a no-reply but in case: jhunsberger (at) gmail (d0t) c0m)

  271. Cecilia says:

    Yes, I do label all of my quilts. I like to embroider my labels and I use a piece of Kona snow and border it with a print from the quilt.

  272. Sandra W says:

    I've only completed a couple of quilt for my kids, but I need to start labeling them 🙂

  273. MicheleVogel says:

    I am just learning how to comment. I want to label my quilts that I am working on now.

  274. LadySchep says:

    Yes, I usually hand embroider my quilt labels. I love the idea of these printed labels, particularly for smaller items like bags, etc.

  275. Unknown says:

    I only label my quilts, usually my appliqueing a label to the back. Occasionally i print a label on fabric using my printer & computer but usually i use a permanent marker on a pre printed label

  276. Rhona says:

    I do not label every quilt but when I do I use my printer and bubblejetset 2000, thanks for the giveaway!

  277. I print my own labels and use different fonts and colours. I always explain the reason for making the quilt or who it was given to.

  278. Anne Simonot says:

    No, I am terrible at labelling. I need to start!

  279. SarahZ says:

    I make labels for some, and simply use a sharpie on others! I love your labels!

  280. Susan P says:

    I should label all my quilts, but only do so occasionally.

  281. Nancy D says:

    Yes, I do label them. It adds a final nice touch.

  282. gigi says:

    I haven't yet finished a quilt to label (well, other than my first one 7 years ago which I gave to my mom), but I print my own labels in the same style for the coffee cozies I sell on etsy!

  283. Veronique says:

    I'ce never labeled a quilt

  284. Shauna says:

    Yes, I currently use a triangle label that I sew on with the binding.

  285. GO STARS! says:

    I need to catch up on my labeling. I tend to put it off but I do like to label them

  286. Preeti says:

    I label almost all of my quilts. I did not label my mother's quilt because it is not going anywhere out of her sight. I had not labeled Paul's quilt initially but he made me add a label to it with the name of the quilt – Paulitiks :-DAnd for the quilts I know I will send to charity, I do not use my professional label. I use a plain label and write the quilt name and my first name, city and year.

  287. Cheryl says:

    I only label them if I am sending them out for a show. I know I should label them though.

  288. Hi there Lorna,I do label my quilts, I use Pigma and fabric gel pens and make a hand-lettered basic label.Quilty Huggs,Jacqueline

  289. Sillicat says:

    I make a label on muslin and write my information with permanent ink pens. Then I sew it on.

  290. teachpany says:

    I do label my quilts. I have some that a friend embroidered, so either I embroider or write on those, or I make a label from some fabric. I use ones similar to yours for purses and smaller items.

  291. anjansan says:

    Green! But I also love a lot of other colours, such as orange, red and yellow.

  292. Pauline says:

    I try to label all of my quilts but I admit that for little ones for my family's babies I do not label, and the Women's Shelter I donate my quilts to do not want any labels or names on the quilts they accept.Paulineperry94022 at Hotmail dot com

  293. Jo says:

    No, I'm terrible at labelling quilts. I really need to!

  294. Cathi says:

    I always label my quilts – I try to find a way to make the label match the quilt, but these labels would be wonderful to have on hand as well!

  295. stichnRN says:

    I LABEL when i have time and try to get to every one!!!

  296. Unknown says:

    I always label my quilts, and many of my garments. Sometimes I hand write them and sometimes I make them with an alphabet on my sewing machine or an embroidery machine that I have access to. I would love to have this type of label!

  297. PugMom says:

    I label my quilts most of the time.

  298. Pam says:

    I either hand print my label on a light color solid framed in 1\” finished strips around the label and sew on by machine. Sometimes I iron a fabric on freezer paper and print on my computer printer…when it cooperates!

  299. I'm a bad bad quilter. I rarely but labels on my quilts…I did when I started but haven't for years.

  300. Pamela says:

    Most of them – once in a while I get in a hurry and forget!

  301. Sewmotion says:

    I currently create embroidered labels on my machine for my quilts, and buy some small cheaper versions for my handmade purses and things – I've always admired your labels – so simple but stylish!

  302. Unknown says:

    Yes, I always label my quilting projects!

  303. These labels are so something I have been looking for! Thank you so much for sharing!!

  304. Diane says:

    I label many that are gifts!

  305. No I do not label my quilts. But I want to! And know I should!

  306. Christine says:

    Sometimes I forget to label things like mug rugs. Most of the time I sew a triangle into the binding on a bottom back corner. I use a permanent fabric marker to write the information. thanks for the chance to win momoftana at yahoo dot com

  307. Kathy C says:

    I have best intentions of labeling, but I never seem to get around to doing it. I do have labels that I stitch into the bags I make.

  308. JaneT says:

    I don't have any labels, but know that I need to invest in some.

  309. Amie says:

    Not always, but these labels would make it so much easier!

  310. Amie says:

    These labels would make it so much easier!

  311. I have bought labels through you a couple of yrs. ago and have never found what I did with them. So not I don't label my quilts.

  312. Anita says:

    I do label my quilts but I'm very bad at making the large labels with all the information like the date, place and my full name. I just sew the little labels into binding.

  313. nan_c says:

    I have not yet started labeling my quilts so this is great!

  314. Unknown says:

    I do label my quilts by embroidering some info on a square.

  315. T Hays says:

    I just recently started labeling my quilts but I'm still not sure which method is best to use. I seem to use a different method each time I do label a quilt. I'd like to start putting some sort of label on my other finished projects but haven't settled on what or how to label them. Work in progress.

  316. I usually label my quilts by using a block of the top on the back and write all info on top. Your way is so smart and easy though! Thanks for the idea and the chance to win!cottonpaperflowers at gmail dot com

  317. susan says:

    I think I am pretty good at making and using labels for quilts but not so good for smaller projects!

  318. Unknown says:

    Sometimes I do label. I use some iron labels from the fabric store, but have been looking into printed labels.

  319. Unknown says:

    Sometimes I do label. I use some iron labels from the fabric store, but have been looking into printed labels.

  320. Sewbig says:

    I do label my quilts with labels I make. However I really like the labels you use and want to use them on quilts as well as smaller projects.

  321. Kaynik says:

    I don't put a label on quilts I plan on keeping. I do label my quilts I give away :-)ktreve (at) hotmail (dot) com

  322. Patti says:

    I must confess I'm a little hit and miss with my labels. If the quilt is a gift or it's going to be hung in a show or display it gets a label. Other wise…. And my labels vary from quick and dirty on muslin to printed out on fabric with my inkjet printer.

  323. EmileeHope says:

    Sadly I do not! I know I should, I just don't ever make the time for it!

  324. Dody says:

    Yes, I do. I think it's is important. It's like signing a work of art.

  325. I DO…THOUGH SOMETIMES IT SLIPS MY MIND

  326. I make my own labels with a personal Bible verse for the recipient. But, I would love to have these labels when I am short on time, and just need to get it mailed. Thanks for the chance to win. (celiaambrose@hotmail.com)

  327. Unknown says:

    Most of the quilts I've made so far are for Quilts For Kids, and their label has a space to write my name. Apart from that I use generic store bought labels (e.g. made with love by Grandma). It would be lovely to have labels of my own!

  328. Margo Yang says:

    In the past I didn't label my quilt, but starting to now. Thanks for such wonderful giveaways.

  329. AudreyB says:

    I label them if they're going to someone else. I don't tend to label ones I'm going to keep

  330. spacer says:

    I never consider a quilt to be finished until I've put a label on it.

  331. JaymeMade says:

    I label quilts…usually create a homemade label.I used pre-made labels a lot when I sewed a lot of clothes. I'd use pre-made labels for charity quilts. I think all quilts should be labeled.

  332. I have labeled the last quilt I made (as well as the minis) and would love to do something more professional. Thanks for the giveaway!

  333. Lisa says:

    Yes but not as neatly!

  334. Anonymous says:

    Labels have been my single largest challenge so far in quilting, FMQ, paper piecing, foundation piecing, blocks …everything included.This would be a great opportunity to win some labels and tag my quilting work.

  335. LisaT says:

    If it's a gift, it get's a label otherwise I don't bother. But these would make it a lot easier!

  336. Alison says:

    I have labeled SOME of my quilts? and intend to go back and label the ones I've given my grandchildren

  337. MtnJudy says:

    Yes, I do label my quilts. They also get a creative name!

  338. Unknown says:

    I usually hand write my labels on the quilts I give away. On my quilts I don't label, but I should start. Thank you for the giveaway!

  339. cmykrgb says:

    How amazing to have printed labels! Makes them look so professional.

  340. Unknown says:

    I have labeled some of my quilts, but should do all of them! I would love to win these labels, and it would help me label all my quilts. Thanks for the giveaway, and the discount! darlsc@gmail.com

  341. I hand print all of my labels but this would be a fabulous addition to my quilting supplies! Love the labels and will have to order some!

  342. MelodyA says:

    I think all of us should put labels on our creations. thank you for arranging this giveaway.

  343. I'm pretty bad about labeling. I need to be bettee about it.

  344. Unknown says:

    I only labeled one quilt so far, and it was a special gift. I bought a pre-made label that matched the colors in the quilt. I would like to label the rest of my quilts…

  345. I don't, but I love the simplicity of these.

  346. Jill says:

    I make a label for special quilts that are gifted….I need to start labeling everything I create though….

  347. KathyinMN says:

    I do not label my quilts.

  348. Unknown says:

    I label them if they're gifts

  349. Theglasdiva says:

    I mostly add labels to my projects. But Not for items I am keeping for myself.

  350. I label my quilts and projects with a black marker. I tried embroidery, but …. who has time? I mean. I love that, but it did not look good.thank you Lorna

  351. Brenda says:

    I had some labels I was gifted by my sister in law years ago to label all of the things I made for nieces and nephews \”Made with love by Auntie Brenda.\” I've meant to replace those for many years with something current. Thanks for the steer.

  352. I do label my quilts — usually.. sometimes I plum just forget.. simple little labels I printed on KONA snow with preezer paper

  353. Paige says:

    I make traditional labels, but love the labels to sew into the binding! Thanks!

  354. wbusenbark says:

    Sometimes I label them and sometimes I don't, but love the idea.

  355. Renee G says:

    I don't have any labels, but I would love some.

  356. I do label some but have to make them each time i would LOVE to have some pre-made labels I can just put on everything without having to think. I could still make special labels for when I gift a large quilt for a special occasion.

  357. Dobieslady1 says:

    I have never labeled any of my projects before, but I am starting to now. The trick is FINISHING the projects!!

  358. I am just putting a label on my latest quilt, but have missed some! And, then you have to try to figure out when you finished it! Should just do it right away LOL. I tried to order these IKAprint labels, but for some reason my server won't let me get onto their site so I can't explore the options :-(. I will have to consult my computer tech son when he's here :-(.Jacqui

  359. Veronika says:

    I've only ever made labels for quilts I'm swapping, I really want these fancy labels though!

  360. Anonymous says:

    Lately I have not labeled my quilts, though I used to. I did label one I made for my son to take to college, but the ones I have made for home use or given away lately have gone unlabeled…

  361. Unknown says:

    I label most, but not all my quilts

  362. Unknown says:

    I label most, but not all my quilts

  363. I totally believe in the importance of labels, but I have to admit I'm a few behind at the moment. Would love to win these!

  364. I label the quilts I give away, but not the ones I keep for myself, like my mini quilts or all the table runners I've made. I would love to have my own labels, just know know what it would say!

  365. JAB says:

    I use the new crafted applique or iron on labels from etsy with a cute orange cat for most things.

  366. Lynn says:

    I sometimes label my quilts but I need to be more consistent! These labels would help!!

  367. Tracy says:

    Yes I do, just make them myself.

  368. I'm terrible at labeling my quilts. A friend of mine is always after me to do so; I need to start!

  369. Lois says:

    At the moment I make a label with my machine for my quilts – I'd love smaller labels for pouches etc😀

  370. SharonM says:

    I usually embroider mine

  371. Cindy says:

    I always plan to make labels, but then I forget when I get done with them. Horrible, I know, but this would be a great way to make it easy for me to do. Jadahlgr at Yahoo dot Com

  372. Cindy says:

    I always plan to make labels, but then I forget when I get done with them. Horrible, I know, but this would be a great way to make it easy for me to do. Jadahlgr at Yahoo dot Com

  373. Unknown says:

    I'm new to labeling. I would love to give these a try. Really cool!

  374. Kath says:

    I haven't tried binding yet, but when I do my plan is to label.

  375. Maxine says:

    Yes! I label my quilts

  376. I rarely label. Bad me!!! Thanks!

  377. linynp says:

    I sometimes label. More not than do though

  378. MC says:

    I should… but rarely actually do because by the time I'm done, I'd rather get going on another project.

  379. Mary Huey says:

    Sometimes I label and sometimes I don't — but I should all the time!!

  380. quilt455 says:

    Sometimes, for family members I usually do not.

  381. Pam says:

    Yes, I label my quilts. I try to personalize the label for the person that will receive the quilt.

  382. Louise says:

    I label most of my quilts with custom made label that are embroidered. They are nice, but a bit too small! I like the size of the ones you use.When I sew for Project Linus, I sew on one of their labels. We are allowed to also pin a paper label with our name on it to the quilt, but some of the organizations that distribute the blankets prefer that the donor names be removed. So they unpin the paper label.

  383. I label everything, woven labels, inkjet labels, embroidered labels, and labeled with fabric pen. crystalbluern at tds dot net

  384. I'm not bad at labeling my quilts but I'm not good at it either. I only label about half of them. :/ Thanks for the chance to win!

  385. Christina says:

    I try to label all of my quilts. I like to create handwritten ones with the important information such as who it is for, who made it, when it was completed, the name of the quilt if it has one, and the pattern it is based off of, if there is one.

  386. Danice G says:

    Yes, I do label my quilts, either with a written label (on the prim and repro quilts) and with Ikaprint labels on my modern-contemporary quilts.

  387. Marie E. says:

    I would if I had these labels to easily add!

  388. Jereena says:

    No, I wrote with marker for a couple of quilts I gifted to family. Other than that I have not been labeliing. It's something I want to do with all quilts.

  389. Allison says:

    So far I haven't labeled my quilts but this is such a cool idea!

  390. I struggle to find a good way to label them! The last one I gifted I embroidered a label with my information! Love these though!

  391. Halverson says:

    I have labeled a few when they were used for Quilt for Kids, but not the ones I make and give as gifts.

  392. Unknown says:

    I enjoy following your blog/ Love your ideas L dont labei my quilts unless they are gifts.

  393. sisylyn2 says:

    I am working on my first quilt and will label them.

  394. Unknown says:

    I've been a bad girl 'cause I haven't really labelled my quilts at all! One that was a gift I did use a sharpie on scrap fabric and sewed it into the binding…so I could really use labels!!!

  395. auschick says:

    I made some labels on spoonflower but these would be much better!

  396. Unknown says:

    I label my quilts, usually with labels I have made with machine embroidery.

  397. Rehaw says:

    I try to label them but I don't always get it done. My favorite method is to create it on the computer and print it on fabric paper from EQ. I like to scan a picture of one of the fabrics and use it for my background.

  398. Deb M says:

    I've only labeled a couple of my quilts but should start labeling all of them!

  399. Anna says:

    I label the quilts that I give as gifts, with printable fabric. However I need to start labelling the ones I have made for my own household also.

  400. Jill says:

    I do not currently label my quilts but I would love to do it.

  401. Unknown says:

    I believe labelLing my quilting projects is very important. I've always free motioned my name and date. Wow, real labels would be a dream for me.

  402. Unknown says:

    I don't label my quilts 😞

  403. susan says:

    I very rarely label my quilts (hanging my head in shame!)

  404. DeborahGun says:

    I usually forget to label my quilts

  405. Kris Quilts says:

    I make labels for some of my quilts. Usually graduation gifts, or quilts for family. For most others, the labeling step just gets skipped. I have often thought that a simple ribbon label would make this step easier, and less of a process. Thanks for offering this give away.

  406. CherriBeri says:

    I do label my quilts. I use my embroidery machine to create a label, but would like to have smaller ones so I can label smaller items.

  407. Francine says:

    I do label my quilts!

  408. Longvacation says:

    No, but I want to start

  409. Susan says:

    I am finishing my first one and made a label but these would be so much nicer!

  410. Tirzah says:

    I EMBROIDER A LABEL AND THEN PIECE IT INTO THE BACKS OF MY QUILTS.READINGTIRZAH(@)YAHOO.COM

  411. Veronica says:

    While I try to, labels only end up on my gifts to others, or a very time consuming and cherished quilt. It is tooooo fun to begin another project and I don't take the time to label what I have finished.

  412. Unknown says:

    I have several quilts completed that really do need labels… Thanks for the chance to win!

  413. Once in a while I do, but most of the time I don't.lkedwards55@gmail.com

  414. Unknown says:

    Yes, I do label my quilts. I make a custom embroidered label with the pattern name, whether it was machine or hand pieced and quilted and the month and year it was completed. I have been wanting a small label like these for lots I sell though. Thanks for the chance to win!

  415. I bought a label for the quilt I made for my son's wedding on Etsy. Otherwise, no, I have not been labeling m quilts. Need to start. grinnie1961 at g mail dot com

  416. kitkabbit says:

    I label quilts for swaps or that ar gifted, but these labels would really make the teak easier, and professional looking!

  417. Emmguy says:

    Its on my to do list…..start labelling…I do keep a scrap book with piccis and notes though

  418. Kristen King says:

    I love her labels, and I need more!

  419. Unknown says:

    Only about half of the time.

  420. Margaret says:

    I try to label them but sometimes I forget . Love your labels.

  421. Alanna says:

    I labeled my first ever quilt using freezer paper to stabilize a piece of fabric and writing on it with a micron pen. I forgot to label my second as I was in a hurry to gift it. Labels would help cuz I am not on my third with a few others started. Plus the Ikat labels look so professional

  422. I should label them but I don't. This is a fantastic opportunity to start!

  423. I label my quilts. Thanks for the opportunity. acbeier71@gmail.com

  424. Yes, I ordered labels in different colours a while ago. Don't have many left, though.Thanks for the chance to win!

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