In the Hoop Luggage Tags Set

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In the Hoop Luggage Tags Set Pattern

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Embroidery: In the Hoop Luggage Tags Set
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Embroidery

Type:

Machine Embroidery

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knowledge of your embroidery machine and software

Pattern Description:

Easily create custom luggage tags completely in your embroidery machine hoop.

This set includes a luggage tag for the 4x4 hoop, 5x7 hoop & 6x10 hoop.
Actual design dimensions are listed below.

The tags feature a vinyl window and a slot on the back side where you insert a card with your info.

We've included a PDF of printable cards that fit into the 4x4 tag to write your address info on.

The 5x7 size is made in 2 parts.
The strap is made first and then it's attached as the tag section is stitched.

The yellow luggage tag is the 5x7 size. The pink is the 6x10 size.
Both of these finish to approximately the same size.
A business card can fit into either of these sizes.

The strap wraps around the handle of your bag and the tab goes through the buttonhole to secure.

Our samples are made using marine vinyl.
You can purchase it at JoAnns or fabric.com
You can use pleather (faux leather), thin leather, ultrasuede or other non-fraying materials.

The clear plastic loops shown on the 4x4 tag are called
'luggage tag ties'
You can google for sources or use a ribbon to attach them.

~ DESIGN INFO ~
Actual design dimensions

4x4 Tag ~ 2.50" x 3.91"
5x7 Tag ~ 3.50" x 6.75"
5x7 Strap ~ 1.75" x 6.75"
6x10 Tag ~ 3.50" x 10.19" (fits Brother 6x10 hoop)

ART, HUS, JEF, PES formats

PDF instructions

(c)Embroidery Garden - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Materials:

  • Marine Vinyl (or other non-fraying material like faux leather, ultrasuede, etc) Clear vinyl

About Designer

About Designer

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I think I've been crafting from the moment I was born :)
I love working with fabric, felt, yarn ~ just about any medium.

I started creating and selling my original machine embroidery designs back in 2000.

I've been published in Designs in Machine Embroidery several times.

If you looking for something 'new, fun & creative in machine embroidery' visit my web site Embroidery Garden ...

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