Woven Clothing Labels
Types and What You Should Know
Woven Clothing Labels vs. Printed Labels
Clothing labels have two primary categories. The first is printed clothing labels. While generally inexpensive they have several disadvantages that make them an ideal choice for only a handful of uses. The most basic complaint about a printed label is that they fade. Whether it’s through washing or as a result of skin oils reacting with the print, the fact is that a printed label does not stand up to standard wear. This reduces the branding aspect of the label completely. An illegible label does nothing for your business. The second choice is a woven label.
Woven Clothing Labels vs. Embroidered Labels
Labels that are woven labels are not embroidered labels.
Embroidered labels for clothing are ones that have the thread added to the backing, just as you would get a shirt embroidered.
Woven labels differ from embroidered labels because they are made as one on a big huge loom, making them more durable and professional.
I only do woven labels, not embroidered!
I do offer Custom Embroidered Patches and Emblems!
Our woven clothing labels are made to your specifications including logos, colors, and styles on your choice of fabric. Our Custom Embroidered Patches and Emblems offer the same high quality !!! They come in regular sew on or iron on styles as well.
The Better Choice
Woven clothing labels are a better choice, but the choice to go woven brings about other decisions.
Our labels are manufactured using huge looms. Our factory uses
broadlooms, needle looms, and even the double and single shuttle looms
to make the best possible clothing labels.
The clothing labels when they come off of the looms are in a ribbon like form, and then they are then cut and sealed so the threads do not fray.
Then the clothing labels are folded if needed and sent to packaging.
Once the custom name, logo or text style and fabric choice are considered, you will need to decide on several finishing touches and choose the style that allows the most versatility for the future.
The folded style eliminates the issue of having a raw back showing and allows room for care instructions. They come in two variations: a side folding label or a bottom folding label.
A common way to attach a label is to order an end fold label that you tack down on the ends. However, this method is not flexible enough for most small-scale sewers and lacks the professional touch.
You can ensure maximum flexibility by ordering labels that are finished on all sides with enough seam allowance to be used in a variety of ways.
Whatever choice you make with the finishing touches, be sure
allow for seam allowance in
the size that you order. Clothing Labels 4U can guide you through
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Prices range from:
1000 Logo/Name Labels: Between $390.00 to $550.00 plus shipping.
500 Logo/Name Labels: Between $290.00 to $450.00 plus shipping.
*If you require label design services, please contact our friend Denise