Monday, October 24, 2016

Quilt by numbers FREE editable, printable

Good Monday Morning quilting friends!  I'm excited to share my newest freebie with you this morning.  This weekend while cutting the pieces for the Vintage Christmas quilt I realized I needed to label the many pieces.   So why not make the labels cute.  Sure I could have quickly written them out by hand but they would have been tossed in the trash.  By making them cute they would always be on hand when I needed them.  It took very little time to work up a cute design.


Well why not share them with my friends!  If you would like to print out your own Quilt by Numbers sheet click RIGHT HERE.  This is a Microsoft Word 10 document.  It should open in all Microsoft Word 10 and newer.  When you open it this is what you'll see.

You can add more numbers and letters or change the font.  Just click inside the little scalloped circle.


I printed mine onto card stock.  You know the cheap stuff from Walmart.  I keep it on hand for making quilt templates.  And because my black ink cartridge was low I changed my font color to green.
After printing out your letters you'll need to cut them apart.  


*TIP....change out the blade on your rotary cutter with an old one so you don't dull your new blade on the paper.

  
After I cut them vertically I skooched the rows back together to make the horizontal cuts.




An empty pin box is their new home. 


 ~ Lea Anne ~


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22 comments:

  1. A quilter and a computer genius wow - thanks for the labels that will make quilting so much more fun

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  2. ok - going back to follow, I realized you are in Martinsville, In. I have a son with his family living there. small world

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  3. How nice of you to share. Thanks

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  4. Thanks. You're right, they are cute and who can throw away "cute". :)

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  5. Great idea... I'll go check it out soon.

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  6. Thank you for sharing these cute labels.

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  7. You're the best! What a fabulous idea and thank so much for sharing your project with us!

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  8. many thanks, have managed to print the first sheet but as I have word 7 unable to alter things but this will be a great help

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  9. Ho già scaricato. Grazie sei stata gentilissima.....è molto utile. Un saluto dall'Italia Silvana

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  10. Oh how simple and wonderful! I will enjoy using these and thanking you every time I do.

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  11. You ROCK! I just made ugly torn apart postit note numbers for my next project. I am so computer illiterate that I couldn't figure out how to make a template to print. So thank you. I will think of you every time I use these! :) I am a former card maker, so I will probably have to dress these up a bit some stickles....everything is more fun with glitter, right?!

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  12. Lovely...and so useful...Thank you for doing all the work for us and letting us print them out ourselves....and being able to personalize them to each of our own needs.....

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  13. Thank you for sharing! I printed out two copies - for my daugther and myself! Thank you so much for sharing and for your generosity!

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  14. Thank you for sharing this beautiful, useful tool. I'm going to laminate them so I can use them over and over.

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  15. A great idea! Thanks for sharing.

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  16. I do so enjoy your blog and come here often to see what you are up to. Hoping that you are well and that you will soon be posting again.
    Neame

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  17. I just discovered your blog and perfect timing...I really could use these right now! Thank you and a Very Merry Christmas to you!!

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