Woven labels are most commonly used on clothing and apparel for branding and identification purposes; a secondary use is on crafts and hand-made goods. Woven labels are made by weaving different threads together to form a design.
Woven labels, often used as clothes labels, can be sewn, ironed, or even attached via peel ‘n’ stick to the seams, backs of collars, or hems of clothes made of a wide range of fabrics-even ones as difficult as silk and leather. The design is woven from your choice of threads, creating a durable, washable, polished one-piece product capable of expressing higher levels of detail than embroidery.
Woven labels can also be placed on purses, luggage, toys, promotional items, rugs, towels, bedding, and more. Whether you’re creating a clothes label or a towel label, you want to put your best foot forward with woven labels because they represent your company’s brand. With clothes labels for children’s clothes, you may also want to consider the ultrasonic cut for soft edges and maximum comfort.