Yes, you can make corner labels for quilts! They are really kind of fun and can come in handy when you need one quick. Plus there is a video tutorial!
Corner Labels for Quilts –
The following video will walk you through the process and you’ll see how simple it really is.
Square of fabric 6″ X 6″ (or you can adjust this size if needed)
Sharpie fine point or micron pen for writing with
Corner Label Instructions~
1- fold your square in half diagonally
2- iron the triangle
3- pin in place in the corner on the BACK side of the quilt sandwich
4- Stitch the two sides down — scant quarter inch seam. This will hide when you stitch the binding down
5- OPTIONAL: stitch the long edge down with a ladder stitch if you don’t want the pocket open
Corner Label for Quilts Video:
Looking for more help with your quilt labels? Check out the following posts:
Attaching a simple label to the back of the quilt
Making a quilt label with orphan quilt blocks
Print off a label on fabric and then attach them
Have a fun way to do a quilt label?
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