Thursday, 6 June 2013

Signing My Name

For once I am actually remembering to make a label and put my name on something that I have made. This might be a first. So I sat and stitched myself up today.


Now just need to do the date, I think.

Susan

20 comments:

  1. I always forget to label my quilts too. Love the embroidered signature!
    Rx

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  2. This looks gorgeous. I really should label my quilts, or get some labels. Looking forward to seeing the 'labelled' quilt!

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  3. You should be proud of your stitching today!

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  4. gorgeous! I think dates are a good idea :)

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  5. Gorgeous! Did you mark it first or is that freehand? If it's freehand I've gone right off you ;o)

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  6. Very nice! What a great way to label/sign your quilts/projects.

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  7. Great mark :) Dates always good - save arguments later on!!!

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  8. you must sign and date your creations...it's the law!

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  9. I always forget to label my quilts too.
    At least you remember your name.

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  10. Queen of Stitches..Susan.

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  11. Looks lovely... My friend is looking into quilt history (of the everyday type quilts) and finds it very hard to find out when, where and by whom quilts are made. She claims EVERY quilt should ideally have the name and location/area of the maker as well as the date of finishing (even just a year would be great), and optionally info on why, for whom etc.

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  12. Well done you, super fancy 'S'

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