Happy Tutorial Thursday! Today I will show you how easy it is to label your quilts!

Labeling your finished quilts is so easy, and it is a great way to pass down the history of the quilt as it travels through generations. I tend to forget this important step, so adding labels after the quilt is finished is my specialty!

In today’s video, I will show you my two favorite methods for labeling my projects. Keep in mind there are several options out there, I encourage you to choose whichever you love most!

Watch the How to Label a Quilt video tutorial here

Supplies used in the video:

See below for even more ideas on what material to use, how to write the information, and what information to include on your quilt labels!

Materials you can use:

  • Personalized Quilt Labels (Etsy is also a great resource!)
  • Corner pocket labels
  • Embroidered labels
  • scraps from your quilt project
  • muslin fabric
  • twill tape
  • woven labels, and more!

What to label with:

Some ideas of what to include on your label:

  • Quilt Maker (Quilter if sent to a longarmer)
  • Recipient
  • Date
  • Location
  • Favorite Quote
  • Care instructions
  • A small story about the quilt
  • Inspiration for quilt
  • Person being memorialized

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