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Custom printed sew in cloth labels

Posted by NonasThreads (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 14, 13 at 22:51

I am a costumer for an amateur theater company. I design and make a lot of the costumes. Then I label each with our company name. But I am out of labels! Does anyone know of a company which will print at least 1000 washable cloth labels that I can sew in? I'll deal with any country but would want to work through PayPal unless it's a well known company. Thanks for your help fellow sewers!


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RE: Custom printed sew in cloth labels

Have you "googled" for 'washable cloth labels for garments' ? Why not do a search for just the same words you used in your subject? You should get lots of sites to choose your supplies from.


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Nona - Instead of custom cloth labels, consider using the printer paper that makes iron-on designs for fabric.

make the labels and iron them onto cloth tape or ribbon or directly ono the costume's lining.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16846101309&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleAdwords&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-_-pla-_-Specialty+Paper-_-N82E16846101309&gclid=CLqmsvnA7bQCFU6mPAod_nkAhQ


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RE: Custom printed sew in cloth labels

I use Namemaker.com. Good service. I've bought several styles from them. It does take about 4-6 weeks to get them though.


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Order from Spoonflower! You can fit hundreds on one yard of custom full-color printed cotton, under $20. If you tilt the design 45 degrees, you can cut on the bias with minimal unraveling.


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RE: Custom printed sew in cloth labels

Here's a link to a tutorial

Here is a link that might be useful: http://www.thingsforboys.com/2012/02/printing-fabric-labels-with-spoonflower.html


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RE: Custom printed sew in cloth labels

I used Worldwidelabel on etsy and was extremely satisfied with the labels I received from them. Our logo has some very thin lines and they rendered perfectly on the woven labels we received.


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