free printable crocheted with love gift tags


Crocheted with Love printable gift tags are finally available!Β  I just couldn’t decide between making them exactly the same as the Handknit gift tags, or giving them an update, so the file actually contains two different designs.

crochet printable gift tag - Cobberson & Co.

As with the handknit tag, I printed the tags on brown kraft scrapbook paper (similar here) and added a coordinating scrapbook paper border.

crochet printable gift tag - Cobberson & Co.

Since I don’t know how to crochet, I didn’t have anything I’d made personally to use for the example photo. Instead, the item shown is my son’s beloved blankie, which was absolutely made with love by a volunteer and gifted to the hospital in which he was born.Β  Four years later, this lovely little blanket still brings him so much joy, as only a handmade item can πŸ™‚

crochet printable gift tag - Cobberson & Co.

crochet printable gift tag - Cobberson & Co.

There’s also a spot for you to write in any special care instructions.

crochet printable gift tag - Cobberson & Co.


Download the tags for free hereΒ .

*Please note, the tags are not editable, and are for personal, non-commercial use only.* If linking to these tags, please link back to this post and not to the file itself.

I recommend using Google Chrome as your browser to open the file.

Hope you enjoy it!



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37 Comments on Free printable gift tag – Crocheted with love

  1. What a super cute idea! I love homemade gifts more than anything. My little guy's recieving blanket was knitted and it was the only blanky that made it into the keepsake box.
    Found you on SITS… love that place. lol

    • Thanks so much! I love handmade gifts too- I went to a baby shower today and this must have been a very crafty group of ladies. The biggest oohs and ahhhs went to the handful of handmade blankets and outfits. <3

  2. Having attempted to make my own labels/tags, (and being unimpressed with the results) I really appreciate that you are kind enough to make & share these with us! I am finishing off a few gifts so these will be a perfect way to include care instructions.

  3. Thanks – these are wonderful! I will be sharing with my crochet group, Crochet Twin Cities, and they are going to love them. I'll send you the link when posted to our Facebook page.

    Rosemary K., Minneapolis, MN

  4. That's so kind of you – thank you very much! I'm making a few things as Christmas gifts, and they'll look so much more professional with your lovely labels. Thanks again for your hard work and generosity.

    Lorna xx

    • Hi Susan, when did I send you the link? If it was in the past month or so, it should still work. If it was before that, it was on a different server and that link is no longer working. Please email me at and I will get it to you πŸ˜‰

  5. Hi! I'm looking into selling some of my crochet items at a local gift shop and was planning on making some labels for my items. While I love yours and think they're adorable, I had some ideas for different wording and things for mine. Anyway, what I really wanted to know is if you had a special program that you made these on or if it was on something like Microsoft Word. And what kind of paper or card stock did you use? Thanks for any input you can give!

  6. These are adorable! I may have to snag some when I get back to crocheting! …Meanwhile, can you tell me what that adorable font is that you used for "with love"? I've seen it on a few things but don't know that name. πŸ™‚

    • Hi! It’s near the end of the post where it says “Download the tags for free here.” Click on the word “here”.

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