Woven labels

Woven label order start at 100 labels for $100. No set up fees! Please contact us for order details.

Damask Woven Labels 

Premium quality material with professional appearance, very soft, pliable and most commonly used. High thread count.
Recommended uses:

  • Sportswear
  • Designer Couture
  • Children’s wear
  • Handbags

Satin Woven Labels 

– Soft material with shiny appearance. Medium thread count.
Recommended uses:

  • Lingerie
  • Dancewear
  • Infant wear
  • T-shirts

Tafetta Woven Labels 

Durable, long lasting. Smooth surface. Lower thread count.
Recommended uses:

  • Outerwear
  • Work wear
  • Uniforms
  • Industrial applications

Cotton Woven Labels 

Cotton woven labels are soft with a natural appearance and low shine. They have a medium to high thread count.
Recommended uses:

  • All types of clothing
  • Handmade items
  • Eco-friendly items
  • Novelty items (stuffed toys, dolls, etc…)

Organic Cotton Woven Labels 

Organic cotton woven labels are ultra soft with a non-dyed appearance. These clothing labels have a low shine and low thread count.

Recommended uses:

  • All eco-friendly apparel and merchandise.

From complex designs to simple logos, woven labels add the finishing touch to your merchandise.

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Difference between woven garment or accessory label

A lot of potential clients want to understand the difference between material types when considering a woven garment or accessory label. The three main material options are satin, taffeta and damask.

There are three main differences between the above mentioned. Appearance, feel and thread count. Thread count refers to the number of threads woven in a square inch. So, on clothing labels, that translates into a difference in design. A high thread count means a more detailed, crisp image.

Satin Woven Label

offers the shiniest look. We all picture satin ribbon or pajamas and know that they are pretty reflective to light. Satin woven labels are a bit sturdy. I don’t want to use the word stiff but they are more rigid than the other two types. Satin has a low thread count.

Taffeta Woven Label

offers a non-reflective look. A good example of taffeta would be something you’d find on a canvas backpack or similar items. It’s durable but very pliable and typically a cost saver if ordered in bulk. Taffeta offers a medium thread count.

Damask Woven Label

Damask offers a slightly reflective or shiny appearance. Damask woven labels are everywhere. They are most common in apparel because they are soft and pliable to the touch. Damask offers the highest thread count of the three types of clothing tags. That means they have the tightest weave and will offer the most detail for your design.

Consider the above and choose wisely, woven labels will always add to your clothing or accessory and make people take notice.

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