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Category: Labels, Sleeves, Etc.
This article on how to hang a mini quilt reviews eight different ways to display a mini quilt, art quilt, or wall hanging. Show off your artwork using quilt hanging hardware or a quilt hanging bar, or learn how to make a quilt sleeve out of fabric.
To make Easy Finish Printed Fabric Labels, you will design personalized quilt labels on your computer and then print them onto printable fabric. Then sew each label face down to another piece of fabric and turn it inside out for an easy finished edge!
If you're wondering "How do I hang a quilt without a hanging bar?" check out this tutorial for Embroidery Floss Quilt Hanging Loops. With just a few stitches, you can create strong loops that will allow you to easily hang quilts on hooks or nails.
Add a personal touch to your finished projects by making handmade quilt labels. This tutorial for Handwritten Quilt Labels is best for labeling quilts that are already finished because the label is essentially appliqued to the back of the quilt by hand.
The Homemade Sewing Labels Two Ways tutorial presents two easy methods for creating handmade quilt labels that can be sewn into quilt binding. The first method uses a computer and transfer paper, while the second method is handwritten.
Learn how to make a quilt sleeve so that your quilts will hang beautifully whether they're on display at a show or just hanging on the wall in your living room. This sleeve is slightly folded outward so that the quilt will hang without buckling.
If you don't like hand sewing large labels to the back of your quilts, try this alternative! Learn how to make fabric tags out of printable fabric. These sewing project labels have an understated, professional look, and you can sew them on along with your binding!
If you're planning to enter a quilt show or getting ready for a quilt exhibit, it's important to know the steps involved in preparing a quilt for show. This article explains how to add labels and hanging sleeves, how to press the quilt, and how to fold a quilt for delivery.
Printed Fabric Quilt Labels are easy to make at home with your own Word processor and printer! Create your own quilt label designs in Word, Photoshop, or Quark, print them onto printable fabric, and applique the labels to your quilt back!
Make your own customized quilt labels with this tutorial for Printing Quilt Labels with Freezer Paper. Backing your fabric with freezer paper makes printing on fabric almost as easy as printing on copy paper! This tutorial is best for quilts that will not be washed frequently because the ink may not be colorfast unless you treat your fabric with Bubble Jet first.
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