Updated: Nov 14, 2019
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Hi & welcome! Thank you so much for stopping by! I have been asked about the Crochet Fair Isle Beanie in my videos for sewing on product tags. I just realized that I never posted a blog on it. That might be pre-blog days? I'm not sure. my days sorta blend in sometimes lol.
So first thing's first. You can get the Fair Isle Beanie in Crochet and/or Knit. The Grey/Red one in my video is a crochet version. Check it out on Ravelry here!
Okay, let's get back to the tags. I LOVE LOVE LOVE these suede tags from Sweet Pine Hills. I don't sell products so I don't order them as often but when I need them (or change logos lol) I order them from Sweet Pine Hills on Etsy.
Here's what I used:
Tags: Sweet Pine Hills Suede Tags
Embroidery Thread or you can use the same yarn from your work
Step 1: Decide where you want to place your tag. Mine folds over the edge. I like to make sure my seam for the beanie is on the back. Then I place it on the right or left side.
Step 2: Thread your needle with your yarn/thread.
Step 3: I like to start on the inside (wrong side) because this is where I want to tie off.
Step 4: Sew through both sides in a pattern you want to appear on your tag.
This really depends on what kind of tag you have and how you want your stitches to look like on your tag. Watch the video below to see how I attached mine!
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