Reusable Gift Tag PDF Sewing Pattern
These tags are a cute and unique way to label a special gift, and afterwards the recipient can use the tag as a storage label or bag tag, for example, or change the insert and give it to someone else. They are a quick and easy sewing project and a great way to use up fabric scraps.
- Clear window for personal details
- Loop to thread ribbon or a keyring through
- Interfaced for structure and durability
• 5.5cm wide x 7.5cm tall (2 ¼ x 3 inches) (not including the loop)
• 5.5cm wide x 12cm tall (2 ¼ x 4 ¾ inches) (including the loop)
If you have basic sewing skills and know how to use a sewing machine then this pattern will be right skill level for you. Each tag should take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
The materials required for this project is a small amount of light to medium weight cotton fabric (such as quilting cotton), heavy iron on interfacing, and a small piece of soft, clear, flexible fabric such as table protector material. No special tools are required, just basic sewing supplies, a sewing machine and an iron for pressing.
This gift tag sewing pattern was created to be used with my reusable drawstring gift bags, the pattern for which can be found here
This pattern, including all instructions and photos, remains the property of Vicki Elle. You may use this pattern to make your own creations for personal use or to sell, but you are not permitted to share, sell or distribute copies of this pattern in any way.
NOTES ON SELLING ITEMS MADE WITH THIS PATTERN
You may sell items made with this pattern providing you follow these regulations.
1. Keep a copy of your receipt as proof of purchase.
2. The items must be handmade by you, one at a time. They cannot be mass produced.
3. Credit must be given to Vicki Elle as the pattern designer. If selling in person, this can be on a tag attached to the item, or if selling online, noted in the listing description with a direct link to where the pattern can be purchased.
4. Alterations to the pattern can be made, but you must still credit Vicki Elle as the original pattern designer as in regulation 3 above.
If you have any questions at all, please email me at vicki [!at] vickielle.com.au.