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DIY Fabric Luggage Tag

By: Christina from 2littlehooligans.com
DIY Fabric Luggage Tag
DIY Fabric Luggage Tag
This image courtesy of 2littlehooligans.com

When hundreds of pieces of luggage come trundling down the conveyor belt at the baggage claim, it's nice to have an accessory that identifies your suitcase from all the others. Colorful, durable, and easy to sew, this DIY Fabric Luggage Tag could be the solution to all of your baggage stress! This clever DIY luggage tag uses thick plastic, fabric scraps, and fabric stabilizer to make a design that will withstand any jostling. Tuck in your contact information, and you'll never worry about losing your suitcase again!

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Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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Clever idea to use the clear flexible plastic that sheet sets come in for a see-through window for the luggage tag. These tags are great to use not just on luggage but on book bags or laptop bags as well. Instructions indicate to use a Teflon or presser foot designed to sew over vinyl type fabrics however if not available, increasing the stitch length helps too.

I've never thought about reusing the thick plastic that sheet sets come in, but now I feel foolish for not having thought of it before! It's just thick enough to withstand the jostling of packing, but it's not so thick that you can't see what's behind it. This makes me think what other materials I have lying around the house that could transform my sewing list!

Haha. I love the angry look on the owl's face.

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