How to Make a Corner Label with Hanging Pockets

After I finished my Hearts & Feather wholecloth quilt, I wanted a simple way to add a label and hanging tabs so I used the folded square method that’s been gaining popularity lately.  Here’s a picture of the back of my quilt, before adding the binding:

Hanging Tabs and LabelIt’s super easy to do. Just cut a 5″ square or larger for the label and two smaller 3″ squares for the corner tabs. Fold in half and sew them on the backside of your quilt in the appropriate corners. You can attach the binding after which will cover the stitching.

Fabric SquaresFolded SquaresI wrote information on the triangle label, added binding, and stitched down the 3rd side by hand. I added a dowel between the two corner pockets for hanging.

Hanging DowelCorner LabelThis is the easiest label method I’ve ever done. Maybe I’ll actually start labeling all my quilts now, LOL!!

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