Sew your favorite quilt block in any size up to 5".
Leave a space for your name or stitch a 1-1/2" strip of fabric along one side of the block.
Embroider or write your name with a Pigma Pen on the block or on the strip.
Cut a piece of batting and backing to the size needed. I used a piece of Pellon Fusible Fleece and pressed it (with steam) to adhere it to the wrong side of the backing.
Or add a binding, just as with any quilt. I used my favorite method here >> Binding Tutorial, with a narrow 1-3/4" folded binding strip. Layer the top over batting, right side up, then zig-zag to baste the edges together. I added extra batting, to give a little "loft" to my hot air balloon.
Quilt by hand or by machine. I outline-stitched then added some detail around the basket. Then I machine-stitched my binding to the front of the nametag, and hand-stitched it to the back to finish.
Whip-stitch a safety pin or o-ring to the back of the nametag, then pin it on or hang on a lanyard and it's ready to wear to the next guild meeting or quilting event.
Oh, you can almost see it in this ↑ picture with my friend, Becky (Ucreate)!