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Woven Labels for Clothing

lunamyst | Posted in General Discussion on

Hello everyone!  I owe a small clothing shop in Florida.  I design and make clothing and I would like to purchase woven labels to sew on to my garments.  Right now I simply make my own loop style label and write Luna Myst on it with a fabric pen and then heat set the writing.  I would like to have something more professional but I do not know a lot about purchasing woven labels.  I do know I will have to purchase a large quanity and this is not a problem.  However, I do not know the correct vocabulary to get the kind of label I want.  I would like to find something similar to the projectalabama.com label.  Could anyone help me?


Thank you,



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    fashionlizard | | #1

    I was looking into this myself. I found a website http://www.clothinglabels4u.com and I thought I might do some work with them, once I got my act together and decided what I wanted! From the reviews, they seem to be willing to work with you on this.Fashion


    Edited 11/3/2005 5:44 pm ET by fashionlizard

  2. loomchick | | #2

    For woven labels in small quantities (minimum order is 25), you may be interested in Heirloom Woven Labels . . . They have six different "templates" . . . working with their layout, you can have them woven with the wording you like . . . I used them for a long time and currently using up the last of what I have . . . I'm finally at a point that I need a few thousand labels . . . which makes a totally custom label easier to justify


    Other custom woven label makers . . . with helpful customer service people

    1. lunamyst | | #4

      Thank you for the info.  I would have no problem purchasing 1000 because I do want to have professional labels. 

  3. bss7 | | #3

    I have purchased from Newark Dressmaking supply.  They are reasonable, and I think they also have a website if you do a search.

    1. lunamyst | | #5

      Thank you!

  4. GorgeousThings | | #6

    I have purchased labels from both Apparel Label International (http://www.clothinglabels.com) and ClothingLabels4U mentioned above. Both provided excellent product and service. I will probably continue to use ClothingLabels4U, in part because they are cheaper, and I liked the more personalized service. You do have to buy a minimum of 1000 labels from either one.


  5. sewingdee59 | | #7

    I have purchased labels for http://www.sterlinglabels.com for many years.  Very reasonable prices and will print any quantity, any design including custom logos.

  6. marinaf | | #8

    This one.

    I know I'm very late, but I'm tired of doing a new post.

    I had the same problem with my sons school clothing and so i thought someone else would have a similar problem.

    So I answer to you now.

    You have to look here: http://labelsandribbon.com/gallery

    You can create an own woven label or a ribbon or what ever you want. This page is perfect for all clothings, child or adult!

    So try it out, i think you could like it (;

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