Quilt Labels for All Occasions 2
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Every quilt should be documented with the person who made it and the date it was made. With Quilt Labels for All Occasions 2, there is a wide variety of styles from which to choose and for any occasion. It includes two transfer methods to create quilt labels: trace or iron-on transfer. No computer is needed, just the fabric to make the quilt label, and an iron or a pencil or pen to trace the design. The designs come in a variety of sizes and include occasions such as new baby, birthday, anniversary, wedding, graduation, first communion, Christmas, Halloween, spring, summer, autumn, winter, and various charity themes. There are also labels that feature cute, friendly animals, quilt blocks, and Sunbonnet Sue. Encouraging quilters to commemorate their creations, this handy resource helps give simple, personal, and stylish finishing touches for their quilts.
Debera Kuntz is an artist for Annie’s and has helped to design exclusive art for everything from patterned papers to die-cut labels and rubber stamps for Annie’s kits and books. She lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Brooke Smith is a managing editor for Annie’s, a freelance artist, and the author of Quilt Labels for All Occasions. She lives in Monroe, Indiana.