Sometimes we send quilt blocks off as part of a swap, or for a special quilt to be given from friends.
There are several methods to sign your name.
The most important criteria is that you want the signature to be permanent.
Some like to embroider.
I usually like to sign with a Micron pen, made with Archival ink.
Here is a little tip that I have learned:
Even though the ink is considered permanent, it's best to set it with heat from an iron.
This extra little step will help the ink last through multiple washings.
I like to use Miron 05 in Black.
When you order in sets, you recieve a great discount on Amazon.com
They last for years, and I've never had a problem with the ink drying up.