Do you want the classy sparkle to your clothing labels? Look no further!
Metallic woven clothing labels, otherwise known as “lurex”, adds a high class touch to many types of fonts and logo designs. We have silver, gold, and many of other colors available. Please contact us to see if the shiny threading is right for your logo!
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1. Send us your artwork
Email us your finished artwork, sketch, or even just your concept. How many labels you require? Just fill out the form and we will quickly respond with a very competitive price.
2. We design Technical technical based on your design
We put together a professional blueprint for you. We only go forward with your written approval—NO SURPRISES!
3. We make a sample of your fabric label
From your layout, we produce your sample and with your 2nd approval, we go to production. Contact us today if you have any questions!
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Suit your fancy–What type of quality weave are you looking for with your woven labels?
With our low minimums and industry low prices, we can make your concept explode into a professional branding label. Most of out clients opt for the premium grade of label, as it is has outstanding definition, strength and low cost. You can compare our 3 grades here:
What are the differences between the various grades?
Furthermore, damask woven labels for clothing provide more definition to the edges of your art design-that are smoother, and have high definition design quality.
These type of labels are woven from scratch on large looms that read your digitally encoded design graphic files. Your artwork is actually transformed from a digital file to a 100% woven product.
Most of these custom woven labels are made of polyester fibers. Though there are several types of labeling products available, we automatically upgrade each order to high definition woven damask with an introductory order of 500 pieces.
Ordering your first pair of custom apparel or cloth tags is one of the most very technical steps of the entire sewn product production process. Let’s go over the various options for label folding, as this can make a huge difference in final costs.
The are several exotic and complicated folding styles like the Manhattan or miter folds, but these designs are more expensive and utilized by designers and crafters only a small proportion of the time.
If you’re planning to sew all four sides or two endings so that the label is firmly affixed, then this is an ideal label for your project. The clothes label is sewn directly and snugly to the product with no hanging or loose ends.
-It does not tear off
-It’s often cheaper than folded
-It doesn’t need to be sewn into the seam.
This type of labels has both cut ends stitched into the fabric seam, so the tag hangs down. This increases surfaces area, so it is possible to include additional information like care instructions or content on the backside.
These type of clothing tags can be ripped off or damaged.
This type of label is made like a straight cut, but there’s a small quantity of extra sewing space on the left and right edges.
These sew spaces are then folded, and the stitching occurs under these folds. This style allows for a great look without seams exposed to the exterior and is considered a highly finished look. However, unlike the straight cut, it isn’t as tightly seated and may be ripped or damaged more easily.
Allows for a classy completed looked
Sewn tags can be easily snagged and torn
These explanations of folding styles can allow you to figure out the best way to design your fabric tags. Remember to get started on your labels early in the production process as this will save you a great deal of stress and money in the long run!
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