Signing and dating a quilt

Published: 18.08.2017

The basket at the bottom is traditionally used for bread. You must iron from the back to set the ink.

Quilts made prior to the 20th century might not have a tag. I put the Baby's name and what it means and a verse that connects to that meaning. Time for a spring colored table topper that gives you the feeling that it's spinning, like the wind is blowing across each fin of the block.

And you already know about this wonderful place. I have done this but only for wall hangings which don't get washed often. Lightweight Theme by Artur Kim. I always sign and date everything. They where bigger then the store bought lables. You know, I do this for special quilts that are going to a person for a specific event, but not for quilts that I hang on my own walls. Here is one I use a lot, on baby quilts

How to Date the Quilt?

Here are a couple of my labels. How big is it? But for the first time I've actually found a name that will fit a quilt I'll be making Things I might add if I have the space I both make my own labels and use pre-printed labels , I will add in what pattern I used and the creator of the pattern. Upcoming Classes and Events.

How to Sign a Quilt

Cotton sateen was used extensively in 19th-century scrap quilts, and it was also used to make vintage pastel-colored quilts from to Id love to talk to you anytime! I'm making a 40th anniversary quilt for my in-laws, and I've decided against any type of border mostly cuz I can't find the perfect fabric so I'm thinking "a borderless marriage". The double wedding ring pattern, for example, depicts two interlocking rings and is thought to have German origins.

All I had to do was add the sticky back and cut apart.

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