* silkscreen labels

Posted on July 4th, 2004 by maitreya. Filed under Gocco/L Letterpress, Sewing/Fabric Crafts.

My sister-in-law is another crafty type. I made her these labels for her birthday. They’re Gocco-printed on satin ribbon, about 6 feet of each style. I also printed like 10 feet of unbleached muslin. They could be sewn or ironed on. She mainly knits, so I think sewing the vertically printed ones into the seams would look good. Isn’t the font cute?

2 Responses to “silkscreen labels”

  1. clau Says:

    hiya, they are great, what’s gocco??

  2. pixie Says:

    great I idea! I knit and should make myself some :)


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