Tag Archives: damask labels

WOVEN LABEL + CUSTOM PAPER HANGTAG

1000 woven labels and 1000 custom paper hangtags in a bundle offer Continue reading

The Biggest Mistake A Designer Can Make

If after putting all your energy and creativity into your newfound fashion line, you still don’t receive the response you anticipated, then you have to consider that there is something wrong with the way you are pitching it. What’s missing? Continue reading

Woven Damask Clothing Label with sateen vs metallic thread

A short video to show you the different looks you can have from using a damask sateen thread or a metallic thread. Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

Fabric options on woven Garment Clothing Labels

Not all garment tags are created equal. There are a number of choices in material type when considering the purchase of a woven clothing label. The most common are satin, taffeta, organic cotton or damask. Here is a brief description … Continue reading

Multi-bundle promotions added

Our sales department is always being asked to put together special ‘bundle’ pricing for our clients that need to order more than one or two items. Usually a new designer is debuting a new product or an established company is … Continue reading

Differences in material types on Woven Labels

A lot of potential clients want to understand the difference between material types when considering a woven clothing or accessory label. The three main material options are satin, taffeta and damask. There are three main differences between the above mentioned. … Continue reading

Material differences in Woven Labels

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. … Continue reading