Cloth Tags for Fabric Hobby Projects and Pet Products

There are hundreds of thousands of hobbyists in North America and Europe that discovered that they can take their abilities and build a professional enterprise. There are many customers who are searching for locally made textile products and are willing to pay a premium for these items. Crafted products last much longer than cheaply milled items and are well worth the price for customization and added style.

This is where it pays to take the extra time to design out your cloth tag and have a design made that puts a “brand” to your business. It is often the same price, if not cheaper, than the template designs for the fabric tags available at hobby shops or online stores.

In a similar vein, we have seen an explosion of locally made textile pet products. It is imperative that the designer chooses a woven tag, as these products get very heavy use and are exposed to all of the elements.

Whether you’re making doll clothes, pet collars, soft toys, or quilts, you need to find a way to identify yourself as a business. A great set of custom cloth tags can easily do the trick. Roxwell Waterhouse is here to help you find the perfect branding option for your pet and craft products. Read on to see what we can do for you.

Quick Reference Hobby and Pet Fabric Tag Chart

To make matters simple, we have come up with a table that shows different fabric labels and labeling options for common craft and pet products. If your product doesn’t show on the list, don’t worry. You may still be able to benefit from the labeling options we discuss. Refer to the chart below to see what tags you should use in your project.

Pets and HobbiesWoven LabelsPrinted Fabric LabelsWoven Patches
Pet CollarsYesNoYes
Pet ClothingYesNoYes
Pet  BeddingYesNoYes
QuiltsYesNoYes
Soft ToysYesYesYes
Dolls and Doll clothesYesYesNo

Should You Label Your Fabric Hobby Products?

There are many customers who are searching for locally made textile products and are willing to pay a premium for these items. Crafted products last much longer than cheaply milled items and are well worth the price for customization and added style.

This is where it pays to take the extra time to design out your custom fabric tags and have a design made that puts a “brand” to your business. It is often the same price, if not cheaper, than the template designs for the fabric tags available at hobby shops or online stores.

How to Pick the Perfect Cloth Tag

When it comes to developing pet products, durability is essential. It is imperative that the designer chooses a woven tag, as these products get very heavy use and are exposed to all of the elements. Soft toys and quilts may not be used as aggressively, but that doesn’t mean that they should have low-end cloth labels. Your ultimate goal should be to keep your brand visible as long as possible.

If you need help finding the right label for your fabric hobby project, give us a call at 682-227-0100. One of our consultants would be happy to help you out. If you’re calling after business hours, you may also contact us.