Tag Archives: damask woven labels

It’s All About The Garnish

A clever idea will fall flat without paying close attention to the additional trims that can add pizzazz to anything. Buckles, buttons, zippers and clothing labels may not seem all that important but they embellish your brand. 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

Double stitched or Double Shuttle Woven Clothing Labels

Did you ever wonder why some clothes labels look more densely stitched and some have the small individual stitches showing? It’s called double shuttle weaving. Weavers basically adjust the design to stitch over the image again filling in stitches on … Continue reading

Top 3 most common folding options on clothing labels

It may sound like an unimportant decision but you have to take folding options seriously if you want your clothing label to convey the look and feel that you intended. Let’s look at the most common options. Centerfolded or ‘looped’ … Continue reading

Using Metallic Thread in Woven Clothing Labels

Metallic thread is an option we offer on our clothes labels. This alternative is best used in conjuction with our regular damask woven labels. The advantages of metallic threads is to add a little glitz or sparkle to your design … Continue reading

Woven Labels: What is a shadow and how to avoid it

Many times we are faced with a problem in woven clothing labels when weaving colors on to a white or light colored background. It’s called a shadow. It’s caused by weaving a darker color behind a white or light background. … 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