Make A Signature Quilt Label
This 6" block is a great way to incorporate favorite fabrics from your quilt top into a customized quilt label.
From solid white, cream or tan, cut:
From print No. 1, cut:
1--3-7/8" squares, cutting it in half diagonally for 2 triangles total
From a print No. 2, cut:
1--3-7/8" square, cutting it in half diagonally for 2 triangles total
From freezer paper cut:
Create Signature Strip
1. Center shiny side of a freezer paper 1-1/2x4-1/4" rectangle on wrong side of a white, cream or tan 2x4-3/4" rectangle.
2. Use a black fine-point permanent marking pen to sign and date fabric side of prepared strip, making sure you don’t write in the seam allowances, to make a signature strip. Remove freezer paper.
Assemble and Finish Signature Block
1. Sew print No. 2 rectangles to opposite edges of signature strip (Diagram 1) to make a block center. Press seams toward print. The block center should be 4-3/4" square including seam allowances.
2. Referring to Diagram 2, sew print No. 2 triangles to side edges of block center. Press seams toward triangles.
3. Sew print No. 1 triangles to top and bottom edges of block center to make a label block (Diagram 3). Press seams toward print No. 1 triangles. The block should be 6-1/2" square including seam allowances.
4. Turn under 1/4" seam allowance on each edge. Hand stitch label block to quilt back.