Want to have your own personalized sewing tags in a smaller quantity and don’t know how to approach it? This was me a while ago and then I figured out a way to do it!
Check out my Tuesday Tip over at The Cozy Pumpkin, where this fun and educating series is hosted! I walk you through from layout to sewing the tags in.
Spoiler: it’s pretty easy and only costs 0.2$ a piece!
this post is linked up with the caffinated crafters, TGIFF at Quokka Quilts, Needle and Thread Thrusday at My Quilt Infatuation, Let's Bee Social at Sew Fresh Quilts
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Seriously such a fun, easy, and thoughtful tutorial! Thanks so much for sharing it with us all over on The Cozy Pumpkin. I can’t wait to try it out!!! :)
I’m so happy you let me share it, Amanda. It’s great to be part of such a helpful and fun series!
Just came over from Amanda’s Cozy Pumpkin to say thanks for a great tutorial Vicky! I always wondered what was a good way to keep the edges from fraying.
Hello, Lara! Thank you for hopping over to my blog and for your lovely words. I found this method keeps the fraying to a minimum, though there’s certainly still some going at the very edge at first.
Off to check it out now!
Heading over to read this! Looks fantastic!
Hope you found my little tip helpful, Lorna. I definitely have your Burying Threads tip bookmarked for the next time I need it, so neat!!