First: I decide on the front of the label. In this example~I fused a muslin heart onto a background.
Fifth: I carefully cut an *X* in the back of the label. Making sure that I don't also cut the label front!
Sixth: Turn right side out, poking the corner out as much as possible.
Nine: The label is ready to write on with a Micron Pigma pen. I like the broader tip~o8. After writing my message, I heat set the writing with a pressing cloth and dry iron.
Ten: Your label is ready to be sewn onto your quilt!
Some other *labels* I have made.
For awhile, I would fold a 6 inch square of muslin on the diagonal then sew the two unfinished edges into the binding. That leaves
just the finished bias edge to sew down.
A new twist~have label sewn to quilt but never wrote the info on it. :)
Lately, if the quilt is for me or *someone* I think might remove the label~I just go ahead and *ink* the back of the quilt with information.
That's it! How I label my quilts, when I *do* label them, that is! :)