I figured I had all these labels, and I do a ton of laundry since I have two kids under 5 (soon to be 6, yikes), so why not just do a test?
I cut a piece of practice sandwich I had around, which typifies some of my quilting (poly thread, cotton blend batting, cotton fabric) and density of design.
And of course, since my iron was already on, I decided just to iron those suckers right down.
And noticed that perhaps next time I would use my teflon ironing sheet, since some of the glue leaked around the edges, and some of the ink did as well:
Then I peeled -and-stuck the other labels.
Once I find my zigzag-capable needle plate (zig-zag? what stitch is that? Haven’t used that in aaaaaaaages) and replace the single-hole plate, I will finish the edges and toss this in with the laundry. Repeatedly. Warm wash, hot dry.
Of course, it may be easier to just use the serger, since I know where THAT is!