We are told that all quilts should be labelled.  It gives your quilt provenance and tells others who made it, where & why even after the quilt has left your hands.  A quilt label can be as simple or as fancy as you like.  Here I show how to make a simple label using a piece of muslin and a used dryer sheet!  I usually make 4 labels from one dryer sheet.

Step 1: What you need

A used dryer sheet
A piece of muslin the same size as your dryer sheet
Needle & thread
Rotary cutter & ruler or scissors
A pointy thing
Permanent pen(s) that don't bleed - I like Pigma pens
Iron & ironing board
Sewing machine or you can hand sew if you want to
thanks for info bout sakura jelly pens as I have a grip of them, but had no idea bout setting them with iron to became permant..........................THANK_YOU!

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