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How to make luggage tags


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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. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Everything is explained and illustrated, anyone can do this SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Each tag is 6" tall by 3" wide

Recommended with this pattern

  • 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

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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 very happy to be part of the online sewing community. See books that feature my work and follow my various adventures on my blog. Find printed versions of several of my patterns in the current Simplicity Catalog.