Designing Your Printed Labels
A big problem you will face finding a woven labels supplier, is minimum run size for custom labels especially full colour custom tags for clothing. If you only need a small quantity of fabric labels for handmade items, they often start at 1000 or 5000 labels and will cost a small fortune. You won't need that many at the beginning so why put that much cash into stock? Custom name tags also change. You might find you need to edit the design or adjust the tag name and that will be a terrible loss if you make a bulk order. Best thing to do is to make name tags in short run, especially useful as personalised fabric labels for crafts, handmade and knitted items. The minimum quantity is 1 pack and we can print as little as 10 labels hand prepared for you. This helps you get it right in the long run. Use us for trying things out and we will help build your brand. We sell the handmade labels in packs of 10, 20, 40, 100 & 200 labels (and we always add a few extras).
The sizes include:
Label design tips
To achieve best results when you design your own custom fabric labels, keep your label design clean and bold. Do not use font sizes under 10pt and do not use lightweight or fine fonts. Always keep in mind the label size you are producing, for example, small labels only really have room for a logo. For care labels with lots of instruction text, choose a larger label. Make sure that everything fits and is legible. All of this can be done on the design page with the greatest of ease and the lovely customer service team is always on hand to help. For great custom clothing brand labels layout, here are some useful tips.
Please note: We use a woven satin fabric and your labels are printed on, not embroidered. This gives you the greater advantage of excellent colour print, full brand logo and a better readability for small details. Be aware that folded labels are not sent pre-folded.
Occasionally we might run into a printing error, so in this case, we’ll automatically remake your order. Instead of disposing of the imperfect labels, we’ll send the final version as well as the Oops Labels in hopes that you might find a use for them. This way we can help reduce our landfill waste, together. If you notice these cases within your order, it's likely that they have been sent as extras rather than as part of your final order.
There is a small chance that sections of printed cutting lines may be slightly visible on the sides. This is simply due to the handmade nature of these products.
Our fabric labels have a permanent wash fast print. The material is strong, yet soft, and will easily last the life of your garment or accessory. To ensure your label stays in tip-top condition we recommend ironing at 30°C maximum. Cool washing, 40°C maximum. Tumble drying on low heat. Exceeding these settings can result in colour bleed.