Over the summer a suggestion came in from Peggy Holt on how to line a label for the back of your quilt. Interestingly I use the same method slightly modified, so I will walk you through it in 3 easy steps.
1. First, sew a dryer sheet to the right side of your label and then cut a hole large enough to turn right side out. I use fragrance free dryer sheets...
3. Flatten and use your tools to make the corners right-angled.
I most often sew my labels into the binding of my quilts, therefore I can do the above method sewing one side and the top, turn right side out and no need to finish the other two edges as they will be inside the binding! Easier still.
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