Label Explanations

Fold styles are always a little tricky f

Fold styles are always a little tricky for new customers. Today we want to explain a few popular folds and cuts we offer for custom woven labels. Each image has the use common for that particular label.

Hanger Loop Reverse. Most commonly sewn into women’s more delicate petticoats with hand sewn affect. Selvage technique is best practice with a minimal tafetta margin. Some diy seamstresses find them the perfect touch to for their creations: http://bit.ly/1Pltxu9

Hot Cut Label. These are labels with no fold. They are popular for designer t-shirts and collar shirts. The hot cut is useful if you do not want the label “looping” away from the garment, which can be unsightly for the wrong type of designer.. All our standard labels apply the hot cut technique. http://wunderlabel.com/woven-labels/text-and-symbol

Hot Cut Label 2. These are labels with no fold. They are popular as sport coat labels. The hot cut is useful if you do not want the label to “protrude” from the garment. Standard labels typically apply the hot cut technique. http://wunderlabel.com/woven-labels/text-and-symbol

Hanger Loop Even. Just as it sounds, it allows one to “hang” their garment by the label if so desired. As most labels nowadays are informational and not practical, this is purely an aesthetic preference that remains popular to this day.

Hanger Loop Ordinary. Used to allow maximum ‘hang” from the garment. This is considered the “proper” way to hang an expensive jacket or handmade garment without damaging the sensitive material used. See here: http://bit.ly/1ZvMU9B http://ow.ly/i/fZa8T http://ow.ly/i/fZa6O http://ow.ly/i/fZa3l http://ow.ly/i/fZf4G http://ow.ly/i/fZf76