Custom Made Woven Labels & Tags
Custom Woven Labels – Professional Labels At Your Reach
Woven Tags For Apparel and Fashion Designers
Other Woven Clothing Labels Styles
Woven Damask Labels
The threads used in damask woven labels are thin, high quality 80 denier threads that allow for a tight weave. They are recommended for small detail and very intricate designs. They are our standard quality labels.
These labels are very soft to the touch and are recommended for those who want their products to give a very professional impression.
A medium-weight fabric of polyester that is plain-woven with a fine crosswise rib effect. Taffeta labels work best for bold designs without very intricate detail.
Being more affordable than damask labels, taffeta labels are recommended for those who are just starting out their business and want to save some money, as well as care labels.
Our Ordering Process – From Start To Finish
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Customer Reviews / Label Gallery
It was easy to order and I had prompt service.
Darlene Aniolowski – IL
Diane Schember – Be FAST, LLC
There was a mistake on my first order. When I notified my rep she handled it great! My order was redone at no charge and sent fed ex. I was extremely pleased with how quickly she jumped on and fixed the problem!
Diane Schember – Be FAST, LLC – Plymouth, MN
#woven satin labels
Victoria S., Canada
I received them (labels) about a week ago…they look fantastic!
Victoria S., Canada
I just love the patches and they’re working well. I’m getting lots of compliments on them too.
#iron on labels #easy to apply
A 5/8″ x 2″ damask woven label, center folded. A simple but bold 2-color logo made as a hem tag or tab label.
They Said:“Excellent customer service. Always got in touch with my rep. No complicated phone tree. Very fast response, amazing quick art set-up, and proofing. Great price for small runs. Don’t change a thing in customer service.”
The clothing labels are working perfect. Thank you again for all of your assistance!
Kalynn – Greenwich, KY
Printed Basic HangTags
Printed Satin Labels
Frequently Asked Questions About Woven Labels
One of the advantages of getting your own custom woven labels made is the possibility of using different backings, therefore, you have flexibility on the way you will attach your labels to your products. You can sew on labels (no backing), iron on labels (heat seal or iron on backing) or peel and stick labels (with adhesive backing). Just ask your Customer Service Rep. for advice on choosing the right one for you.
We sure can! Just send us the text you want on your labels, and the size you need them to be, and we’ll gladly type it out for you.
For you reference, a 0.5″ (half inch) tall label can fit 2 Lines of Text, in Arial Font 12pt. This is the recommended size for readable Woven Text Labels.
If you want your text to be smaller than 8pt, we recommend you choose digitally printed labels instead.
We define a large custom woven label as a label that is in average, 1″ larger than the our most common sized woven label (2″)… So anything that is 3″ and above, would be considered a large woven label…
Their price is higher than an average size woven label, they are mostly sewn all around (or Top Sew for those that are centerfold) and the items they go on are usually on the larger side.
They are mostly used for
- Jackets, Coats, Blazers
- Rugs, Pillows, Mattresses
We can make labels as large as 12″ long x 8″ high.
Can I Get Help with My Design?
The simple answer is yes. That is what we are here for.
We don’t design your labels for you, but we will certainly consult with you and guide you through the steps in order to make your label the best it can be.
The key is our multi-step process of design approval.
Through this stage of design, we will work with you to make sure all of these details are considered.
- Appropriately Placed Artwork
- Font Alignment & Size
- Sewing Allowance Accuracy for your Final Application
- Folds Determined and Cohesive with your Design
- Readable Fonts & Content Aware Graphics
Sometimes this is can be used to your advantage, but sometimes, in the case of a black and white label, the white might look a little “dirty” or grayish, because of the black.
We don’t believe in hidden fee’s or tacked on pricing. What you see is what you get. The only additional fee you will incur is your shipping costs; which are insured with a required signature upon delivery.
How Many Do I Have To Order?
Our minimum order is 100 for labels. This makes us a great choice for all of those small business’ and upstarts out there. We don’t have a maximum order! We do orders from 100 – 100,000 on a regular basis. No project is too big or too small.
In our line of business, there is one concept that we often need to clarify with our customers, and it is the method of fabrication of the labels.
For a novice, a woven label might look like an embroidered label, by embroidered we are implying the concept of a base material and the design being stitched on top of it.
But in reality a woven label is more like a piece of fabric where two or more threads are stitched together to form a high quality woven fabric. Our high quality woven labels are made using polyester threads.
There is however one type of label that it is some sort of a mix of these two: Woven on Satin, where a base satin material is used and polyester threads are used to weave the design on the satin material.
What distinguishes these labels are the softness, smoothness and sheen of the satin material and the bold look of the design.
We recommend using them especially for designs that are big and bold, no intricate details are allowed due to the materials and method of manufacturing used.
If you feel like you might be interested in these labels, you can request a FREE sample package, and specify you would like to see labels that are woven on satin as well as damask woven labels so you can compare the feel and quality of both of them.
It will all depend on your application, style of your product and process you are familiarized with. Some people might find heat transfer labels easy to apply, while others prefer to sew their custom woven clothing labels to heir products.
In most cases, if you are looking to only have care instructions on the tags, a printed label will work great.
But id you are already have a woven tag made, consider adding care instructions on the back of it.