Label Your Work with hand-made labels

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Don’t forget to sign your work!  That’s right you should label your work.

Fabric labels are easy to create and a great way to label your projects.

Label your work with fabric sheets. Quick Tip on The Sewing Loft

Labels don’t have to be fancy or expensive.  For instance, the label above was created on my computer with just a few clicks.  Your imagination is your only limitation!

 Label your work with fabric sheets


Printable fabric sheets are pre cut 8.5″ x 11″ paper-backed fabric that is ready to roll through your printer.  You can pick up printable fabric sheets at your local fabric or craft store. They are easy to use and fit directly into your printer.  These fabric sheets retain color and clarity even after washing.  That’s right, they are 100% washable.

Create a label for your quilts. The Sewing Loft

Want to personalize your project but worried how it will look after washing? Well, we’ve done the leg work for you. That’s right, we have printed our labels on different types of printable sheets and tossed them in the wash, over and over again! You can see how they hold up here.

Does printing on fabric at home really work? Get the skinny. The Sewing Loft

So, whether you’re giving a gift, making something for charity or even a “just because” project, don’t forget to put a label on it with these easy to make hand-made labels.  This way, you only need to flip over that quilt to remember the who, what, where or why details.

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Don’t forget to check out our Sewing Tips and Tricks page for more easy ways to keep your projects looking their best!  You will even find more ways to incorporate these printable fabric sheets in your sewing.


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  1. Love the graphic you used for your label….where can I find it?

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