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made emroidery machine labels?

Posted by clm27 (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 15, 06 at 17:44

Has anyone done this? I cant find ones I want to or can
afford to buy in batches. I use them on my handsewn gifts
and I havent a clue how to make them, even tho I own an embroidery and sewing machine. I mostly sew. I need some of your expert opinions.


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RE: made emroidery machine labels?

I haven't found a font small enough to do a label. My smallest is too big & any smaller would be unreadable. I have seen some for quilts & etc. We are in such a "no label" world that companies are printing on their items & not sewing anything in. Guess that's ok since they put brand names on the outside.


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RE: made emroidery machine labels?

clm27, this may not work for you, but here's an idea for your labels until you can find exactly what you want.

I use my computer to design/write my labels and then print them on photo transfer paper in mirror image, of course. Then I can cut out a label, press it onto a garment and do a fancy embroidery stitch around it or leave it plain. Lots of people appreciate this more than the expensive sew-in labels which can irritate sensitive skin, expecially when wearing shirts.

Got the idea from Hanes teeshirts and underwear. Try it, you might like it! Billie


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