Simplify Fabric Shopping with Fabric ID Tags

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When planning a quilt project do you sometimes find it hard to keep track of what fabric you have and what you need? Laura from Sew Very Easy has found a simple way to keep things straight – fabric ID tags.

In the following video she explains how she uses the tags to collect fabric for a quilt. First, take snips of fabric you already have, note how much you have, then take the sheet (or cut-apart tags) to the store for selecting the rest.

Simplify Fabric Shopping with Fabric Tags

Print as many sheets of ID tags as you want. The sheet is provided for free by My Sewing Room. Click here to download the Fabric ID tags sheet.



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