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Woven labels are the vital finishing touch signifying quality and value. Our high-quality clothing labels are the extra detail that reinforces your brand's value and excellence. Woven labels are the most popular and cost-effective method of branding your garments, sewing, knitting, clothing, crafts, and other projects. We specialize in offering solutions for a consistent brand identity. Call us today and let our label specialists guide you step-by-step in receiving a superior quality woven or printed fabric label.

Our woven and printed fabric labels are custom designed and produced with numerous options, from standard-finish materials to soft and silky products, unique cuts, shapes and techniques. An efficient ordering process, along with a superior label design and production process allows Custom Woven Labels to be cost-effective—no matter the quantity—while offering low minimums. At Custom Woven Labels, high-quality and affordable prices aren’t just catchwords—they’re our foundation. Read more>>

We can produce your clothing labels in any quantity using damask, taffeta, or satin, utilizing a time tested weaving process that results in a high quality fabric label that can withstand numerous washings. Our completely custom process enables you to specify every detail for the perfect woven label. Often the location or application of the woven label will determine the optimum process for production.

Types of Woven Label Materials

Damask Labels: The most common type of fabric labels for clothing are made of damask fabric. Damask is made of polyester yarns that are capable of very fine details that are soft to the touch. Damask woven apparel labels can come in many different softnesses, referred to as denier. Denier rating refers to the size of the thread; the lower the denier rating, the softer the label and finer the detail.

Taffeta Labels:Taffeta fabric is a cost-effective choice. Fast drying and great for lettering on fabric labels, taffeta tends to have a scratchy finish, so it shouldn't be used in applications with skin contact.

Satin Labels: Satin has the nicest finish out of any weave and is soft to the touch. Perfect for applications where fine detail isn't important. A soft, lustrous finish gives the brand the best finishing touch possible.

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