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Here is another fun and fast project. I designed two styles of luggage tags for you to try. One tag has a trapezoidal top while the other top is triangular. You can either sew on a strop to loop around your luggage or add a grommet that you can put ribbon through to tie to your luggage. These tags are not only great for luggage, but can be attached to any items you need to transport and identify such as your sewing machine bags when traveling to classes, gym bags, etc. They are also fun for kids to hang on their backpacks. They are made from 100% Cotton Quilting Fabric and I used Decovil Light for my interfacings. I use my Juki TL2010Q to sew the tags.
There is a free downloadable PDF file to cut out your pattern pieces along with two SVG files for cutting on the Cricut Maker; one is for cutting the fabric pieces and the other is for cutting out the interfacings. The SVG files were designed to be used on the Cricut Maker and have not been tested on any other electronic die cutting machines. The SVG files do need to be unzipped after downloading them.
I also prepared a step-by-step YouTube tutorial showing you how to make the tags. In addition, I do have a short tutorial at the end of the video demonstrating how to load the SVG files into Cricut Design Space.
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I hope that you enjoy the tutorial and that you will give the Luggage Tags a try.