How to make luggage tags

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How to make luggage tags Pattern


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Sewing: How to make luggage tags
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Everything is explained and illustrated, anyone can do this

Pattern Description:

I started making these as a fun way to give a gift card to someone who was getting ready for a big trip. They have been great for weddings, graduations and other bon voyage type occasions.

Brides to be have had a lot of fun making these for destination wedding themed parties and for favors at the wedding reception.

It's a fun way to use up scraps of fabric and make a memorable and useful gift.

I have received a ton of enthusiastic thank yous for this pattern because it really does make the best tags out there.

As you can see, I have made about a bazillion of them. They are a great item for you to add to your own online shop or craft fair booth. Please mention that they were made from a StudioCherie pattern.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Each tag is 6" tall by 3" wide


  • Most important tool: walking foot for your sewing machine
  • Peltex 72, double sided fusible, ultra firm stabilizer: 1/3 yard makes 6 tags
  • Quilting cotton: a fat quarter will make 5 tags
  • 10 or 12 gauge clear or frosted vinyl: 3" makes 12 tags

You Will Also Need:

  • cutting mat, ruler and rotary blade
  • large eyelet kit - includes tools for installing eyelets
  • ribbon
  • small hammer
  • iron and spray bottle of water
  • parchment paper

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)
RDmama on

Excellent Easy project that can be completed in an afternoon.  May 22, 2013

I love this pattern. I decided to make these at the last minute for a teacher gift that I need by tomorrow. I made a trip to the craft store and made these all in one afternoon. I can't wait to make more of them with all of my quilting fabric scraps and fat quarters. Thanks for a great pattern.

About Designer

About Designer

Cherie Killilea on

Like so many sewists I know, I have been sewing since the age of 6. I started at my mother's feet, fashioning her scraps into doll clothes. By age 16, I was spending Summers sewing my wardrobe for the coming school year. I was known as a creative dresser. I wrote my first sewing pattern in 2006 as part of applying for a patent.
Now I have thousands of satisfied sewing pattern customers and am ...

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