Cotton labels

Enhance your crafts with creative and stylish cotton labels. Discover top ideas for adding a unique touch to your handmade creations.
Packaging, Cotton Labels, Clothing Tags, Clothing Labels, Custom Clothing Labels, Handmade Packaging, Clothing Labels Design, Clothing Packaging, Etsy Shop

100 Soft, WHITE or NATURAL twill tape cotton labels. Great natural look!! 100 is the minimum order we can accept at this time. ***Please note these labels are professionally printed - they are not made with any type of plastic iron on material so you can use these however you wish without fear of ironing over the label. *****PLEASE NOTE - Due to the natural qualities of the cotton - the texture and weave can vary from order to order. One complete order will be the same type of cotton, but…

craftyblossom: fabric labels :: a tutorial Diy, Patchwork, Quilting, Quilts, Fabric Labels, Sewing Labels, Printing On Fabric, Quilt Labels, Fabric Crafts

I have received nearly a hundred emails over the last couple of years from sewers and quilters asking where I get my labels. Instead of explaining (nearly) every time (sorry if I haven't gotten back to you!) I thought I would put together my first tutorial. Here goes nothing... Supplies: 1.25 inch Rug binding or twill tape-there is an adhesive variety, do not purchase this...we need to iron our labels and it simply won't work for our purposes. Stamps Stamp Pad- I use an acid free pad…

Lacey Ames
Handmade Gifts, Gifts, Etsy, Custom Clothing Labels, Fabric Labels, Handmade, Hang Tags, Hanging Canvas, Unique Jewelry

-50 / Fabric Hang Tag -Canvas hang tag / Size aprox : 3" x 1 " or similar ( 7 cm x 2,5 cm) -Natural colour (off white) -Frayed edges / With hole -Rustic Hang Tag -Customized with your artwork -Or we can provide you, images and fonts ►► SHIPPING WORLDWIDE with DHL / FEDEX

Packaging, Gifts, Diy, Recycling, Gift Tags, Care Label, Hang Tags, Clothing Tags, Swing Tags

As a designer, do you promote the origin of manufacture of your product? If you’re a savvy consumer, can you be confident that you can say that the garment in your hands is made where it says it is. How can designers prove that their marketing claims are true and transparent? As the local maker movement gains traction, does fashion need to be certified by an independent auditing body under an independent certification scheme? Is not promoting where your product is made an injustice against…

Maria Roig