I had decided a while ago that my quilts needed some labels. It took me quite a while of researching to look for ideas just to end up coming up with something of my own anyway. I designed these labels myself just using my office program. These labels I made quickly last week because I decided I needed to hurry and get a label on the quilt that I am giving away for Mother's Day. Since it is nearing I had to hurry and get my label on so she could always remember where this quilt came from. I was able to fit 8 of my labels on one sheet of iron on paper. I am very frugal so I tried to fit as many as I could on one sheet of paper. I really love how simple they were and how they turned out. Although I will probably edit them as I go and add touches here and there I like what I came up with for now. If you were looking for a little inspiration or motivation I hope you got it here. :)
Here is my Mother's Day quilt gift lablel
(For some reason this picture would only load sideways and wouldn't let me rotate. Sorry for the view.)
Recently I have been working on a scrappy quilt all of my own design out of batiks. (Images to come later on. I want this one to be a surprise until it is finished) I made a little TV tray ironing table for convenience. (You can see a little of what the cover looks like) I didn't follow any tutorials because I again wanted it my own way. I wanted my cover to be washable and not stapled on to the tray like others I have seen. I have been using my regular Rowenta Iron that I do love. Unfortunately it is a bit gigantic for this table. Yesterday my husband surprised me with an early Mother's Day gift. He gave me a new baby Rowenta Iron. I LOVE IT!!!! Now I get to use it on my little table and not have it take up almost half the table. Thanks honey!