Find free printable quilt labels online through sites such as SewCanShe.com, FreeQuiltPatterns.info, LovePatchworkAndQuilting.com and VictorianQuiltDesigns.com. Social scrapbooking site Pinterest.com also contain numerous images of printable quilt labels, with some site posts also featuring links to the site that hosts the label.
Sewing and crafts blog SewCanShe.com contains printable patterns from iron-on quilt labels. To use these labels, the user needs to download the image and import it into a design or image editing program, such as Adobe Photoshop. From here, the user is able to add in custom text, adjust the size and proportions of the label to meet her needs, and print them out onto transfer paper. All text must be added as a mirror image in order to imprint it onto the quilt in the proper direction. Once the printed labels dry, the user needs to cut out the label, leaving a small amount of space around the border, and iron them onto the quilt.
The labels of LovePatchworkAndQuilting.com are designed for use with fusible interfacing and a separate piece of fabric. Once the user creates and prints the desired label, she needs to cut a piece of fabric slightly larger than the label and affix the two together with an iron. She then sews the label onto the quilt as she sees fit.