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Personalized Sewing Labels

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What makes for good personalized sewing labels? For many, it’s the ability to create a beautiful design that reflects your own brand, style, or business. No matter what your needs are, you can design an elegant and professional label that meets your requirements and surpasses your expectations!

Types of Personalized Sewing Labels

  • Designer Labels: These are available in 1” and 1/2”. These are some of our relatively larger tags, and they can convey more information. These labels are a favorite with small business owners since our 1” label offers up to three lines of text.
  • Classic Woven Labels: These labels come in 3/8” and 5/8”. They have a large selection of different colors and styles, and can be ordered in large quantities, which makes them a favorite amongst business owners.
  • Woven ID Tags: These come in 1” and 1/2”, and feature special large print text, which makes them easy to read. These are a great choice for people needing to ID their clothing for a communal living situation like an assisted living center or daycare for children. The simple and attractive look of these labels make them suitable for all ages.

Find more details and ordering information for these different types of custom sew-on labels.

Color and Style

Many of our labels feature a choice of different background colors, and all of them offer a choice of color for text. All of our lettering is embroidered using high quality floss that will not bleed or fade. Our personalized sewing labels are available with different images to accompany your text, so that you can represent someone’s faith, hobbies, or personality.

Customization Basics

We offer many different basic designs that can be used as a clean slate to begin customizing your own labels. There are many ways to customize our sewing labels without going over budget. Think about the items you will be attaching the labels to, and what colors might be the best compliment to them. It’s hard to go wrong with a neutral color palette, and some of our savvy customers like to sew a simpler tag onto their garment with something decorative like colored thread or ribbon.

Many of our labels have options for different background colors, thread colors, and even different images. Feel free to mix and match before settling on a design.

How to Design a Label

For many people, the first step to design a great label is deciding what kind of material you will be attaching your label to. Many of our customers use our products for their homemade crafts, or to promote their brand. Still others use personalized sewing labels to indicate their loved ones’ items in a communal living or daycare situation. Will you be needing a versatile label that can be attached to many different kinds of surfaces? Or do you prioritize efficiency, and will be satisfied with an iron-on label? Determine your needs first.

When you’re ready to begin designing your label, all of our different tags have pictures of the unique designs some of our customers have already created. Feel free to use them as inspiration when you are designing your personalized sewing labels. It might also be helpful to use our preview tool to see your design before you purchase.

Ready to get to work customizing your design? Need some inspiration for your designs? For more information and a full list of products, visit us here to explore all of the possibilities for personalized labels.

Woven Labels in Small Quantities

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It’s Mine Labels knows that every project has its own needs. Often, label makers will assume that customers will wish to buy in bulk if they’re creating their own clothing or accessory line, but what about the home projects or crafts that don’t need as many labels? Buying more labels than is necessary does not actually save money, and can actually have the opposite effect. It certainly doesn’t cut costs to have leftover tags laying around that will never be used. That’s why we also supply our woven labels in small quantities, so that everyone can create their own label, and also customize the quantity they receive. Our custom woven labels come in a variety of different styles and endless combinations so that you can design the label that best reflects your projects.

When Buying Bulk Costs More

Like every crafter, the projects you create are unique. Based solely on the amount of time spent on projects, a knitter will likely need more labels for their handmade hats or scarves than even the most prolific quilter. If your project takes a lot longer to complete, then you will naturally need to apply a label less frequently. Waste is a hidden cost. There’s no point in buying large quantities of woven labels, even if bulk might seem cheaper per unit price. If those labels aren’t being used, then you aren’t getting the most out of your dollar.

Labels for Personal Use

The same goes for personal use labels. From backpacks for first grade, to bed linens for college, it might be tempting to purchase labels in bulk for your children in order to anticipate their future needs, but this is one of the most advantageous times to purchase small quantities of woven labels. Our labels can be customized to suit anyone, but we all change over the years. It might be better to buy the woven labels in small quantities, so that your labels represent the person the item belongs to.

Woven Labels: Small Quantities, Full Customizability

Just because you need to purchase a smaller amount does not mean you need to give up customizability. We still offer a wide range of choices and options for your labels, even when you purchase woven labels in small quantities.

Here are some of the labels that might be more useful when you need to buy small quantities.

  • 1” Designer Woven Labels – These labels offer a large amount of customizability and are perfect for adding a little style to your personal labels. These woven labels also come in small quantities, in increments of 20.
  • 1/2” Designer Woven Fabric Labels – These are a great option for small business owners because they are an attractive addition to any item and offer a high level of customizability. These labels come in increments of 36, 72, and 144.
  • 1/2” or 1” Woven ID Labels – These are our simple, large print labels that come in 1/2” or 1” sizes. They have options for background color and text color, and offer two lines of text. These come in quantities as small as 10, which make them great for personal use.

Ready to make your decision, or just curious about the options we have available? Check out our product page where you can see a full list of our woven labels as well as the different quantities they are available in.

Custom Clothing Tags: Types, Uses, Occasions, and Design

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When we think of the tags in clothing, most of us imagine the drab, black and white size tags in the backs of shirts we get from the store. These days, people need clothing tags for all kinds of reasons from professional to personal use. Especially in a world of online creators, it pays to stand out and show off your personal style with a custom clothing tag.

Types of Custom Clothing Tags

We have stylish tags in iron-on and sew-on varieties. If you are not one for sewing, we have plenty of iron-on options that are every bit as stylish and attractive as our sew-on varieties. If you would prefer a polished, professional looking tag, we have woven tags with embroidered lettering that look great with any garment. No matter which one you choose, the colors on these custom clothing tags will never run or fade over time.

  • Iron-on tags are great for anyone who needs to attach a lot of tags quickly. These tags lie flat and are smooth to the touch, so they are a good option for sensitive skin. Most of our tags can survive the washer, but some will need a stitch around the perimeter to ensure they hang on! Iron-on tags are printed using high quality ink, and flexible but not stretchy.
  • Sew-on tags are a favorite among small business owners and artisans. These fabric tags look professional and have a wide range of customizability that can be adjusted to match a brand. We value high quality products and these are even more durable than the iron-on tags. They will never run, fade, or stretch, and after they are stitched onto your garment, they will last through the washer and dryer.

One thing to consider is the type of garments you are making. Iron-on tags attach best to smooth fabrics, so things like baby clothes or T-shirts would work fine, but you would not get the same results if you tried to iron a tag onto a rough fabric, such as with a pair of mittens or a knitted scarf. Our sew-on fabric tags are good for a range of different projects and can be attached to any garment.

Tags for Personal Use

A favorite for small businesses and other professional settings, our tags are also great for home and personal use. If you’re not one for sewing, we also provide a selection of iron-on labels. Many of our iron-on labels are designed with children or seniors in mind, and they prioritize comfort and comfort without sacrificing style. All of our iron-on tags lay flat on smooth fabric, so you can create a custom fabric tag that will reflect the wearer’s personality.

We also have tags that require no sewing or ironing at all. Check out our snappy tags, stick-on labels, and other items like bag tags and value packs.

Attractive Labels for Every Occasion

These custom clothing tags are useful for all kinds of different purposes, especially for clothing designers and small business owners. Many people also create tags that serve as identifying name labels that they can attach to clothing. This is a popular method to avoid losing clothes in the laundry of an assisted living center or day care. No matter what your needs are, you can easily create your own custom clothing tag.

Ready to begin customizing your labels? Check out our product page for a full list of what we have in stock, as well as sample pictures. If you’re designing a clothing line, you may also want to check out our blog post on custom tags for clothing lines.

Become an Expert on Custom Fabric Tags

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When you think of fabric tags, what comes to mind? For many, it’s probably the itchy tags in the back of shirts that give the size of the garment and the care information for the laundry. We take a different approach. Not only are our tags more comfortable than the itchy commercial tags we’re familiar with, but they’re also more attractive. If you are looking for custom fabric tags that will look just the way you want, while also being comfortable and discreet, we have many options to choose from.

Different Tags for Different Needs

Before we can recommend a label that’s right for you, it’s important to determine your own requirements. Our custom fabric tags are available in a variety of different sizes and styles, and one might be better for you than another. Different garments will require different materials. In order to create a high-quality result, you can choose different fabric options for your custom tags.

  • Synthetic fabric tags are used in our standard tags and are a polyester/nylon blend. These standard tags are a good choice for anyone who needs a quick and easy way to attach a label to a garment. They are good for home use and crafts, and they come in iron-on and sew-on varieties.
  • Woven fabric tags are one of our customer favorites because they offer a wide range of customizability and come in high quantities, which is perfect for small businesses. These look most like the tags you might see in a store, as they are strong fabric with embroidered lettering. These are not made of stretchy material, so they are good for cotton and wool fabrics.

No matter which fabric you use, you can rely on the quality of the materials. With these custom fabric labels, the colors will never run or fade, and the tag will not fall off in the laundry.

Designer Tags

We put most of our tags under the umbrella term of “custom fabric tags” because you can choose exactly how they look. While all of our tags have visual appeal, our designer tags have the potential to be the most striking. These tags are made of a woven fabric with embroidered lettering and are a favorite among small businesses and other professionals. Many people like to create a custom fabric tag that will match the item they are putting it on or the brand they represent. Text color can be changed on any of our tags, and we provide an array of background colors to complement any style.

Our designer tags are all embroidered using high quality thread, which comes in the full rainbow of colors. There are even options for different metallic and sparkly shades, which creates a striking effect on any background color you choose to accompany it.

How to Create Your Custom Fabric Tags

Under each type of fabric tag we produce, we offer several different sample images. Although everyone will end up with a unique result for their project, it might be helpful to use the pictures for inspiration. We also have a preview tool, so you can design your label and adjust it until it’s perfect before you add it to your cart.

Want to browse a list of the options we have available? Visit our product page for more information. Don’t forget to check out our preview tool when designing your label!

Get Custom Sewing Labels for Your Next Project

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Do you run your own business and need a way to label your garments? Hand-sewn clothes are surging in popularity again, and many people have begun selling their handmade goods through online retailers. Designer tags in the backs of shirts or other garments are a great way to add a personal touch to your clothes. Whether you’re a freelance seamstress or a small business owner, know that our custom sewing labels are sure to look attractive while offering the perfect embellishment to your garments.

Choosing High-Quality Materials

At It’s Mine Labels, we know it’s an important decision to add custom sewing labels to your projects, so we make sure our products are durable and stylish. We use high quality materials for all our labels. We have different synthetic and woven materials to choose from. You can even choose the background color with our designer labels, and never have to worry about any colors running or fading over time. They will last even after countless times through the washer and dryer.

Choosing the Right Tag for Your Project

Before you begin customizing your tags, it’s important to determine which type of sewing label will be right for your project. We want to inform you of the different kinds available, and how to choose the best tag for your project.

Clothing Tags

Different types of garments, such as baby clothes and dresses, are very popular things to buy online. Clothing labels are usually inside of the garment, so for those with sensitive skin, we have many options for flat labels and letter transfers that feel smooth to the touch. See our product page for a full list of our iron-on labels.

If you want to add even more personality to your tag, it might be fun to create a designer label! Designer tags are woven fabric with embroidered text and a favorite among clothing makers.

Quilts and Bedding

Quilts are truly a labor of love, as they take a long time to make and are treasured for years. When you attach your custom sewing labels onto a quilt, you will probably want to create a discrete label for the underside corner, and choose one that will not distract from the design. Quilts don’t often see a washer and dryer, so you might prefer an iron-on label. We have several different satin labels in black and white, and other standard labels that are customizable.

Knitting and Crochet

Woven goods like hats, scarves, and mittens are popular in the winter and usually aren’t washed and dried until the end of the season. If you want fabric tags to stay where you put them, then consider a woven tag which will complement the material. Iron-on tags work best with flat fabrics, so you will find sew-on labels are better suited for your purposes.

How to Create Custom Sewing Labels

When you design a custom label with us, every detail can be adjusted to your liking. In our woven labels, you have a choice of fabric color, thread color, and even different fonts. Our fabric tags are embroidered using high quality thread. When you design your label, you’ll want to think about the best thread color to go with the tag color. Don’t forget, these tags are usually sewn on the inside of clothing, so don’t be afraid of trying out some of our creative colors. We offer the full rainbow, and even have some fun shades with sparkly finishes.

Preview Tool

It’s Mine Labels works hard to make your designs come to life. To help you visualize your choices, we offer a preview tool so that you can tweak your design to your liking. With this unique program, you can input all your choices from color, font, and even a small image or icon. You can see how all the different elements come together to make the label you need.

Want to give it a try and start designing? Check out our product page for a full list of our custom sewing labels, where you can find additional sizes and styles. Don’t forget to preview your label before adding it to your cart.

Custom clothing labels for small businesses