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    Default Signatures on Quilts

    I have watched Jenny's tutorial on Signing the quilt and still want to know, do you iron it on with sticky paper, sew it on by hand, I would like to hear from anyone on how they did it and experiences. Thanks!
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    Default Re: Signatures on Quilts

    I hand sew my labels on. (actually only 2 sides, the other 2 are sewn in with the binding.) You can either sign them with a fabric pen, or embroider on them. I do mine on my embroidery machine.
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    Default Re: Signatures on Quilts

    Quote Originally Posted by auntiemern View Post
    I hand sew my labels on. (actually only 2 sides, the other 2 are sewn in with the binding.) You can either sign them with a fabric pen, or embroider on them. I do mine on my embroidery machine.
    I do the exact same thing. And sometimes I do a triangle version where I only have to stitch down one side.
    Thought I could find a photo of one I had done - but couldn't get my hands on it.
    ***Kathy***

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    Default Re: Signatures on Quilts

    I have recently actually signed the quilt itself with an indelible pen. A real cursive signature like an artist....not that I am one.

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