Then, I actually labeled it and the Briar Rose (yellow rose) quilt. I have made a promise to myself to always do that. The quilt is not really finished if it's not labeled. And, as a family history buff, I know how important this information can be later on. There are several ways to create a quilt label. One is described in this tutorial at Crazy Mom Quilts blog. That is pretty much how I labeled the Damask Rose quilt. I do wish I had gotten a finer point Micron pen. The label looks lop-sided in the photo, but it isn't.
For the Briar Rose embroidered quilt, I used a pre-printed fabric label. It came from a quilt label panel I bought years ago. Here are photos of a portion of the panel and the selvage. These are designed by Kaye England.
|Selvage of the panel.|