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The Resurgence of Denim Jackets

Posted by on May 30, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

The Resurgence of Denim Jackets

And the Clothing Labels That Give Them Style Denim has been through a lot. Prevalent in the 80′s and 90′s, it has been studded, adorned with cartoon characters, bedazzled, decorated with leather patches, leatherette labels, and even dipped in acid. The denim craze was the epitome of 90′s fashion and I’m sure we all remember the denim clad duo of Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake on the red carpet. What we thought we had left behind in that exciting decade has snuck back in fashion in a much more discreet manner. One...

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Let’s TRADE

Posted by on Apr 30, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Let’s TRADE

T-shirt weather is here and Rapidtags needs a fresh supply. We are once again offering a trade. We will trade 500 custom woven labels ($290) for 24 screen printed t-shirts with our logo. It’s a great way to help each other out. If you’re a screen printer and have been looking for a custom woven clothing label for your own line, then this is a great way to get them and help us out. Without trying to sound like a infomercial, this offer won’t last long. We had multiple offers the last time we bartered. Email us...

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How to start a Clothing Line from Scratch

Posted by on Apr 17, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

How to start a Clothing Line from Scratch

Entrepreneurs are stronger than ever today and are continuously growing in numbers. One of the most popular businesses is starting your own clothing line. However, this entails much more than knowing how to design clothes. You need to have an understanding of how businesses work, how they’re marketed and what materials you’ll need in order to sell them. Create a Brand The very first thing you need to do is creating a brand identity. Name your product line and what it stands for. The title of your clothing line will represent the...

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Bright white woven damask vs Regular Damask clothing labels

Posted by on Jan 17, 2014 in Blog | 4 comments

Bright white woven damask vs Regular Damask clothing labels

  We’ve been asked many times about having a woven label made with or without the “loose threads” on the back or having the colors not “see through” the background color of a woven label. What is this and what is the difference? How can we determine if the label will have a partial or full shadow?     This issue is most typical when white damask is used as the background color with a multicolor logo or design. When you see a label with “loose threads” on the back, it is usually woven on Bright white damask and will...

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4 Options for Natural Printed Clothes Tags

Posted by on Oct 4, 2013 in Blog | 3 comments

4 Options for Natural Printed Clothes Tags

There’s a variety of different cotton or cotton blend cloth labels for the apparel industry and these are by far our most asked about labels. Natural fiber clothing tags are quite different from a damask or satin woven label because they are made from natural fibers and can sometimes be blended with other fibers to create a truly unique look. That means they are super soft and pliable and get better with every wash. Because they are a natural fiber, the ends can start to fray, which adds to their appeal. They start as shown in the natural...

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Fun & Easy Do-It-Yourself Printed Clothing Labels Kit

Posted by on Sep 10, 2013 in Blog | 1 comment

Fun & Easy Do-It-Yourself Printed Clothing Labels Kit

Although our name is Rapidtags, sometimes we can’t be as fast as our clients need us to be. So, we have put together a Do It Yourself kit for making your own printed clothing labels. We have the kits in stock and will ship them via USPS Priority Mail. The kit contains 3 sheets of 100% Cotton Poplin fabric along with directions and a bottle of liquid seam sealant to help with fraying. The sheets are for use with an inkjet printer. The labels are a great alternative to our professional woven labels or other clothing tags that we...

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A guide to Clothing Label requirements under the Textile and Wool Acts

Posted by on Sep 5, 2013 in Blog | 2 comments

A guide to Clothing Label requirements under the Textile and Wool Acts

We’ve been doing some research and have found an extremely helpful guide that will help answer many of the most common questions regarding clothing label requirements. Here are some of the questions that we are often asked: 1) Does the law require a clothing label on my garment? 2) What information is needed, by law, on my custom clothing tag? 3) Do I need and RN (registered number) on my label? 4) How do I get an RN number? 5) Can I replace the label that is in my t-shirt with my own woven label? See our short video on how to remove and...

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Natural Cotton Woven Clothing Labels are BACK IN STOCK!

Posted by on Aug 30, 2013 in Blog | 8 comments

Natural Cotton Woven Clothing Labels are BACK IN STOCK!

Our most popular woven labels are back in stock and ready to go. Natural cotton woven labels are a way to capture the look and feel of the green movement and will only add to the clothing’s appeal for designers wanting a genuine look to their design. They are super soft and available now in single or multicolored options. The minimum order is 500. Give us a call for pricing or send your artwork and design specifications to...

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Limited time offer! 100 free with any purchase.

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013 in Blog | 2 comments

Limited time offer! 100 free with any purchase.

Choose a label and we will send you  100 free with any purchase. All we ask is to “Like” us on Facebook! Follow us on Twitter and send a tweet with @Rapidtags.

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Clothing labels with sequential numbers

Posted by on Aug 2, 2013 in Blog | 1 comment

Clothing labels with sequential numbers

For tracking and inventory purposes it is very popular to have unique clothing fabric tags. We are often asked to make each label, hangtag or adhesive sticker with a different number or barcode so that a garment or article can be tracked. Printing consecutive labels is very time consuming but can be done. The stickers or fabric printed labels can then be placed on an existing hangtag or sew into the products.           There is also an alternative to having a unique barcode or QR code for every clothing label. We can...

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