Professional Full Service Printed Satin Label includes:

    • Free Professional Design Assistance on all Printed Satin Label Orders
    • Free Technical Artwork
    • Responsive Service
    • Free Physical Sample of your Satin Label
    • Free U.S Shipping
    • ***And All at a 20%-60% Savings Over Our Competitors!

Printed Satin Labels where softness and heavy artwork is required as low as $175/500

clothing satin labels and tagsAre you looking for a classy branding option for items that requires softness as well as high resolution? Printed satin labels are the perfect solution.

Combining the boldness of great branding with the classiness of pure satin, these labels are the high-end opportunity you have been looking for.

Whether you need a few special labels for your hand-crafted lingerie or you need thousands of them to go on your manufactured silk blouses, we’ve got you covered.

Contact us to discuss and brainstorm your project today!

All Satin Label Orders Include for Free:

  • Consulting and first class customer service
  • Professional artwork assistance
  • Physical sample of your label
  • U.S. shipping

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Uses for Custom Printed Satin Labels

These type of labels are mainly used with soft, expensive, and luxurious products that need a more elegant option than taffeta

Some common applications for silk labels include:

  • Swimwear
  • Underwear
  • Care/content
  • Babies clothing
  • Formal dresses
  • Formal satin or silk blouses
  • T-shirts
  • Wallets and handbags (content labels)

Custom satin labels are ideal in application where you need an economical tagging option with upscale presentation.

How to Order Satin labels

Tools that our clients have found valuable for their businesses:

Keep in mind that you will want to choose your tag with the intent in affixing it in a area on your product that has minimum friction.

  • Neck/collar region (shirt)
  • Connective strap of a bra
  • Inner waistband of underwear or swimwear
  • Inside of wallets, handbags, or backpacks

Even though the satin is made out of durable threading, the printed image on the labels will fade with excessive use. If you want your label to last as long as your product does, you need to move it to a little-used area on the piece. Otherwise, you may want to consider a slightly different fabric. printed satin tags. If you are unsure where you want to place your labels, give us a call and see if we can help.

We can come up with a few different options so you get the right idea for your product as a whole.

How to Get Started with you Satin Label Order

cotton printed clothing labelsIf you are looking for a soft, silky and economical tagging option, contact us today to see how we can help you. One of our friendly staff members will go over the details of your project to determine if satin is in fact the best fit. You’ll be on your way to a great looking label in no time!

There can be substantial savings for orders of 2000 or more of hundreds of dollars. If you are looking for a a soft, silky and economical tagging option, contact us today

Additional Resources

Getting a Quote for your Satin Label is Super Easy!

Send us your Satin Label Artwork

You can rest assured that your order is perfect using the top pros in the labeling industry! Send us your finished printed satin label or clothing label artwork, logo, sketch, or even just your concept and we will quickly respond with professional feedback and a very competitive price.

Please let us know the following:

  • Number of Satin labels needed
  • Do you need a colored ribbon?
  • What type of product will this satin label be used? 
  • Approximate printed label needed (ask us if unsure)
  • Whether you need straight cut, midfold, laser cut, or mitre-fold

We Design Technical Artwork of your Fabric Satin Label 

We put together a professional satin label blueprint for you. We only go forward with your written approval so you know exactly what you going to get—NO SURPRISES!

3. We Make your Satin Label Sample

From your  technical layout, we manufacture your satin sample and with your 2nd approval, we go to production. 

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Frequently Asked Questions for Satin Label Orders

How much do my custom satin clothing labels cost?

We are proud to be North America’s top supplier of low cost premium woven labels and clothing tags. 250 premium grade woven labels start out at just $165 with artwork, set up, sample, and U.S. included FREE.

What is the turnaround for fabric labels and hang tags?

We have both rush and standard turnaround. Our rush service gets your fabric labels “in hand” in 15 calendar days while the standard service takes about a month.

Do you have rush?

YES. We have a rush service that gets your clothing labels or woven patches “in hand” withing 15 days. Please inquire for availability and pricing.

What colors can I use can I use for woven and printed labels?

MANY! Select from hundreds of shades here: 


What are the best options for my label artwork and application?

The answer to this requires an evaluation of both your label artwork and intended fashion, craft, or industrial application. Woven damask works well in most cases, but contact us to find out for sure.

Are there any setup or shipping fees for my custom labels?

Absolutely not! Your custom clothing label quote includes all set up, art, sampling, and shipping fees.

Satin labels: Many ribbon colors to choose from!

You can order whatever quantity of labels that you like, but discounts really start to kick in for orders of 2,000 or more. You may choose up to 4 colors for your foreground and we can match a ribbon closely to your PMS color selection for your background. Most clients choose black or white printed satin ribbon labels.

Compare and contrast identical designs printed on the white and black ribbon.

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Note that the foreground must be light colored (ideally light grey or white) or maximum visibility on the black ribbon


Note that bold, contrasting colors show up best on these type of fabrics. Rather than using four shades of the same color, you may want four different colors entirely.

Red, yellow, blue, orange, green, and purple all show up well on a white background, but pastel versions of those colors fade away. You will need to carefully plan out your label design to get the best look for the money.

Also keep in mind which colors are going to last the longest. Strong, dark colors tend to be visible even if they fade in the sunlight. Light colors may not be able to withstand years and years of abuse. If your logo is naturally pale, you may want to darken it up a bit for your labels. You always have to keep the long term appearance in mind.


Need to make a serious impact for your sewn product or fashion line? 500 Premium Clothing Labels Starting at $185

We proudly provide the best woven labels in the Industry! Woven labels are ideal for clothing and apparel, fashion accessories, or for heavily used items such as sporting goods and protective tarps. Heat and fade resistant.  

Custom Printed Satin Labels

Printed satin labels are an economical alternative to woven labels. Use when the ultimate softness is needed with garments and sewn items that will be delicately laundered. Many colors to chose from! 

Printed Cotton Fabric Eco-Labels are perfect for the hardcore “Bohemian” designer who aims to project an environmentally friendly or earthy image to products and designer labels.


Taffeta labels are woven with an older technology that imparts a “vintage” classical style at an economical price. These labels are durable, heat and stain resistant. These labels make a great alternative to satin fabric labels when durability is needed. 

custom woven labels patches

Our Woven Patches are the best in the industry! These “woven billboards” serve as a strong external branding influence when places on the outsie of jackets, backpacks, fashion jeans, and more!

hang tags

Best custom hang tag in the industry! Choose different thickness, colors, customs shapes, grommets, and ribbons/strings. A must have for any elite clothing line or premium sewn product.  

Sparkle threads can be added to almost and patch or woven label when an extra brilliant “punch” is need to make a fashion logo stand out. Multiple colors are available for just about any design or text. Ask us about adding Lurex to your fabric branding order. 

We have the best supply of leather patches, labels, and tags in the industry. Whether you need authentic or eco friendly simulated, printed or embossed, we can do leather labels and patches in just about any shape or size.

custom woven label

Are you a quilter, knitter, crocheter or an all around  sewn product craft enthusiast needing an elegant touch? Send us your text and logo and we will make the most elegant crafting woven labels in the industry to showcase your handcrafted goods and clothing. 

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Some basic information we need regarding your clothing label order:

Let’s outline the steps involved with creating your first custom clothes label

  • Artwork
  • Label construction and type
  • Label folding (if any)

A big step you will need to consider is how you will organize your label information. The major pieces of information to consider for each line of clothing/ or textile product is the following:

  • Logo/brand name
  • Garment or apparel size is use for a clothing line (skip this if your label is for other products)
  • Care information
  • Production place of origin.
  • Label Content

If you have label custom designed for each piece of information as outlined above, you will be overwhelmed with proofs and with costs. Remember that most garment label sources require minimums, and the minimums can add up costs and complexity very quickly. Why not organize your information and save a lot of headache and money? Luckily, There are several strategies you can employ to save bucket loads of money on your printed clothing or woven labels.

  • The easiest is to combine the production place of origin information with the care label information. This strategy alone can save hundreds of dollars in production costs. Ask us how this is done!
  • The tricky part is the sizing, because you may have a need for many different labels due to the number of sizes your apparel line has. If you have just a few sizes, like S, M and L, if may be more cost effective to have the sizing information placed on the logo/brand label or on the care label. If you have a lot of sizes, then best solution is to purchase some ready made stock size tabs. These will not be custom made—but again, you will drastically reduce costs.
  • The same may be said for content labels, if your apparel line is made up of common fabric with no unusual fabric instruction or care requirements. Understand your choice of label dimensions, colors, or fabric types may be limited, but this is an effective method for drastically reducing costs. A
  • Straight cut vs. mid-fold:  A mid-fold may be an ideal solution for combining large amounts of information (the 4 major categories described above) onto one clothing label or tag, but again, it very much depends on your preferences and requirements.

Typically, textile and apparel products sold worldwide must be labeled with the following information: the fiber content, the country of origin, care instructions, and the manufacturer. Labels containing care instructions must be attached permanently to the item. 

Typical Labeling Regulations and Requirements

These requirements are summarized below:

  • Fiber Content of the Item to be labeled

  • Washing and Care Instructions

  • Country of Origin Manufactured

  • Designer or Manufacturer’s Name

  • Satin or Woven Label Placement

Satin Labels containing content, country of origin, designer, and care instructions must be present at the time the buyer receives the sewn product or clothing. Satin labels containing care instructions are to be attached permanently to the item, and not just temporarily pinned in. If a apparel item has a neck, country of origin information must be located on the inside of the neck, and other labels must be placed in easily noticed locations.

Item contents must be listed in descending order in terms of percentage. In general, list only the fibers that comprise 5% or more of the product weight. Furthermore, all required information can be split onto separate satin labels or placed on one label, usually a mid-fold. These labels must remain attached to the item until it reaches the consumer. These labels must be clear, legible, and designed to last the life of the sewn product.


Generally, most clothing and textile products commonly used are covered by the labeling requirements:

  • Afghans and throws

  • All fibers, yarns and fabrics, but not packaging ribbons

  • Bats or batting

  • Bedding, including sheets, covers, blankets, comforters, pillows, pillowcases, quilts, bedspreads and pads

  • Clothing, except for hats and shoes

  • Curtains

  • Cushions

  • Draperies

  • Floor coverings: rugs, carpets and mats

  • Furniture slip covers

  • Hammocks

  • Handkerchiefs

  • Ironing board covers and pads

  • Scarves

  • Sleeping bags

  • Tablecloths, napkins and doilies

  • Towels, washcloths and dishcloths

  • Umbrellas and parasols


  • Auto seat cushions

  • Awnings

  • Baby equipment

  • Sewn Bags

  • Beach or patio umbrellas

  • Beads, sequins, buttons

  • Burial shrouds

  • Chair seats for lawn chairs

  • Coasters

  • Cosmetic masks and travel kits

  • Coverings used in churches

  • Covers for household items other than furniture

  • Covers for sports equipment

  • Dog coats, other pet clothing, and pet furniture

  • Eyeglass cases

  • Flowers made of fabric

  • Hangers padded with fabric

  • Holiday decorations and ornaments

  • Hosiery hampers

  • Hot pads

  • Industrial cleaning towels

  • Ribbons for typewriters, etc.

  • Knapsacks and backpacks

  • Leather goods and trim

  • Life preservers and jackets

  • Mops and mop covers

  • Notebook covers

  • Oven mitts

  • Pads for sports equipment

  • Foam rubber

  • Powder puffs

  • Rope

  • Saddle blankets

  • Sleeping masks

  • Sports protectors

  • Sweatbands

  • Tea cozies

  • Tents

  • Twine

  • Venetian blind

  • Wall coverings

  • Wall decorations

  • Wigs

  • Window shades


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Why is is important to give a lot of though to woven product labelling when it is just a small piece of fabric?

As a clothing designer, an industrial sewn product manufacturer or amateur sewing enthusiast, most likely the last thing on your schedule is the fabric tag that serves as a beacon of your sewing projects.

When your needs are just personal–like an identifier with your name, or a real branding statement, many crafters and designers often overlook labelling their handiwork before the very last minute. Whether your fabric branding needs are only private –such as simple title identifier for which simple sewing labels are the bests or a real custom-designed branding woven label message, many fashion producers, sewn product crafters, and industrial fabric designers often overlook labelling their products before the last crucial moment. We propose allowing for 3-4 weeks for the best pricing and quality choices.

There are two major kinds of fabric tags: Printed and Woven. The most common materials are polyester and cotton.

Frequently, printed labels are domestically manufactured–that is, made from the North American continent, Europe, or Australia–that allows for a shorter logistics production chain and a quicker completion time.


With the advances in fabric technology, manufacturers can publish photographs-quality pictures, such as color shading and colors and three-dimensional colour gradients. Highly intricate details of your layout (like a photograph) are captured. This allows for great label branding opportunity!

-May fade over time with repeated frictional hot washing/dryer use, Although the technology is progressing constantly
-Background colours usually need to be either pale or white colours –though less comprehensive screen printing is available for darker substance

Woven labels an patches are constructed with a weave according to your design specifications. An electronic air jet loom receives electronic data from a graphics interface and weaves your art as a component of the fabric. The labels are then finished with hot cutting and folded.

-Durability: The polyester fibers do withstand repeated usage very nicely, including washing/dryer and higher friction use.

-Usually, manufacturing woven tags require a longer time course for completion. Most woven fabrics are exported from places like India or China. If a clothes designer is in a time crunch, in other words, short on time, then this isn’t the urge choice for clothing labels.
Woven artwork limits:

-All art, including emblem drawings and lettering, must be prepared in a clear, smooth 2-D linear presentation. There cannot be any extreme colour gradients, shadows, or extremely smaller fonts with irregular borders. Bear in mind that the design is weaving a tiny piece of cloth, and that the tag design must conform to weaving loom principles and limitations with technologies. In case you have an intricate design, it’s wise to manufacture printed clothing labels.