Clothing Labels… the 100’s

Finally. Finally. Finally.
I finally focused in on one of my trillion little “mental notes” and bought some clothing  labels.  I remember when I used to sell booties and little boy ties in my etsy shop, wow, almost 2 years ago……and I always thought it would be fabulous to have labels for the items I sold.  But darn it, I just never got around to it.  Uggh.  On and off since then, I have been meaning to order some for the things I make for my kids and family.  And about a month ago, I finally placed the order.
Whew.  That mental note is taken care of.  Does anyone want to sit with me and help me purge and organize the rest of my mental notes?  They’re out of control.  I’ll make you a new apron, dish towel set, sofa cover, or something…  Takers?
But now that I have my clothing labels sitting by the sewing machine, I wonder why it took me so long.
Part of the delay was looking for a label that I liked, at a good price.  I knew I wanted woven fabric labels, not printed ones.  I specifically wanted sew-in labels, not adhesive ones.  I didn’t want 7,000 but knew I had to order a good amount to receive a decent deal.  I also wanted to be able to design my own….and not be limited to certain styles and fonts.
So I found a little shop on, called World Wide Label, found here.
The customer service was perfect, the lady I worked with emailed back and forth with me several times to get the color and sizing just how I wanted it, and my little package arrived from Hong Kong, exactly within the time frame described.  Perfect.  (And no, I’m not being paid to share this site…….I’m just sharing in case you’re interested in getting some yourself.)
I was so excited to receive my little international package…..and ripped her right open.
Look at all of those perfect little labels………ready to be put to work.
And just what I wanted. Woven, not printed.
Each of these labels are 1.5 inches wide and about .5 inches tall.
(That does not include the extra little sew-in seam at the top or the back flap.)
Little beauties.
Then, I also ordered some little square labels that are 0.5 x 0.5 inches (not including the extra sew-in on the left and back.)  A nice teal color, with a bright white ‘m’.  I adore the white lettering and almost wish I ordered the rectangle ones above with white lettering.  It would have shown up better on the grey.  Next time……
When to use these square labels?
If you look at your clothing (I notice it mostly on my kids clothing), you’ll notice these little square tabs randomly on the side of a shirt towards the bottom, at the side/bottom of a dress, some pajamas, or even some leggings.  You can also slide them into a seam of any project.  They’re quick and easy and add your little mark to your handy work.
All in all, a good little collection of clothing tags to start adding to my projects.  I did have to buy a minimum of 300 per style……so you’ll see them here, there, and everywhere from here on out.  I told my husband I was going to start attaching them to his socks, tools, and electronics.  Just because.  Watch out husband.
Here’s the little teal tag, added to the binding of the little knit blanket from earlier this week.
I also added labels to the back of the knit hats I made.  Cute little mark on them.
And of course, I had to sew one into the inside of the baseball style tee I made last week.
Really spruces it up.  (But ignore that messy white serged edge…….my machine and I were having a disagreement.  She won.)
Those cute little labels really were worth the search.  They put a smirky little grin on my face when I see them on a project. Very satisfying.
If you have been considering labels for a while, go ahead and make the plunge.
You’ll be just as giddy to see your mark everywhere.
(If you have used a great label shop, please share with everyone in the comments.  I’m sure there are other great deals and shops out there.  And others may not be wanting all of the same things I wanted…….so let us know what worked for you.  And leave a link.  Thanks. )
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139 Responses to “Clothing Labels… the 100’s”
  1. 1
    Rosalie says:

    Wow! Gorgeous :) I can see why you are happy, I've been toying with getting some labels but just not ready to take the plunge yet. Maybe soon!

  2. 2
    amy says:

    I get mine there too an LOVE them!!! Mine took forever to get though, I'm wondering if this was the case with yours too? I'm hoping they have gotten a little more timely! Yours are beautiful! :)

  3. 3
    Terri says:

    Love these. How pretty! I feel like they're so expensive, and I haven't taken the plunge to buy them – but in the end, I bet they're worth the expense!

  4. 4
    Wendy says:

    The labels look awesome!!! Some day I'll order mine, thank you for the link.

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    Ashley says:

    Oh good Amy, glad someone else has gotten labels from the same company and loved them. And hmmmm…..mine came withing the 10-15 business days (or whatever it was). And that surprised me because they were coming from Hong Kong. I did read comments about the company about shipping before placing my order, to see if others were having any shipping problems and I read so many who were surprised at how quickly they were shipped. And that sold me! :) So I am bummed for you that they took so long. I'm glad you like them though! :)


    • 5.1
      Paola says:

      Hi, I’m from Italy, i can’t found the japanese company, do you have a web sito to Put an order?
      Thank you very much!

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    Pam - diy Design Fanatic says:

    Very cute and affordable! I used to work for a sportswear company and they had left over Sacks Fifth Avenue tags. When I made some of my own clothing and it needed a tag to tell the front from the back, I'd put one in!
    Good to know about a source for labels!

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    Fuhriman Family says:

    I would love to have some labels to put on the back of my quilts-do they do those kind of labels too?

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    the momma says:

    I, too have been toying with getting labels. One question ~ are they itchy? that's been a hinderance for me; I'd hate to spend the money, only to find my kiddos don't want to wear my clothes anymore…

    Amy – perhaps your order coincided with some holiday?? The whole country shuts down when they have holidays!

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    2littlehooligans says:

    love them! that is who i have been ordering mine from, i recongnized that little white box. they do a great job and i just love working with them! mine have always come on time within 2 weeks,but usually sooner.

  10. 10
    Rae @ Rainbows and Dragonflies says:

    Those are so cute! I want to get labels for the gifts I make for my family and friends.

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    [email protected] says:

    those are awesome! they are sooo cute! And I like the grey & teal, so don't 2nd guess your choice. Both are adorable! LOVE!

  12. 12
    Liz says:

    They are super cute! I love the colors.

  13. 13
    Rhonda says:

    You are now professional!!!
    They look great!!! Now hire those people to make your wares and SELL THEM!!
    Still hoping :)


  14. 14
    A Jennuine Life says:

    I have the same little box in my sewing drawer full of my lables. I love them, just need to get going on products to put them on… Never enough time!

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    kirsty says:

    These labels are gorgeous! I expecially love the little square ones :)

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    Ana says:

    That is so exciting! And the labels are gorgeous! Good for you!!

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    Lil Mama Stuart says:

    eee love them! I'm excited for you!

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    missbossypants says:

    I got my labels from there too, and my only complaint was it too FOREVER to receive them!
    But I do LOVE my missbossypants labels, it makes everying look "professional"!
    btw, I love your colour choices on your labels!

  19. 19
    Smith Family says:

    I had my labels made from the same company…I really love them!

    I love the colors on your labels!
    I can't wait to see a picture of your new, little one!
    Your other two munchkins are cute as can be!

  20. 20
    Sarah says:

    So cute! And make everything look "official" – whatever that is! Love them!!

  21. 21
    biblechik says:

    love em! they look great!

  22. 22
    Kelsey says:

    If you're looking for one in the states, I've used Custom Couture Label Co. on Etsy and am really happy with my labels too!


    • 22.1
      Nancy S. says:

      Glad to see that I am not the only one looking for Cloth Clothing Labels that are “Made” in the USA. Thank you sooo much for sharing as I have spent an entire day searching for something.

  23. 23
    Katie says:

    Thank you for this. I've had the same company sitting in my favorites for a long time, and could never make a decision. Looks like my decision has been made. Thanks!

  24. 24
    Brooke says:

    Love it!!! Need some of these myself! Will have to check it out!

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    LeAnn says:

    LOVE world wide label. I've made two sets of labels this way. I can't say anything bad about them. Customer service, quality and speed for the fact that they come half way across the world are awesome! Yours are adorable.

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    Katie says:

    Thank you for this post!! I've been wondering where I can find these! I love your clothing labels so cute!


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    Marisa says:

    Those are adorable! I know what you mean about the white lettering but I think the turquoise on grey is great. Don't get down on yourself (I know, we all do it!) about not ordering them sooner, you have a lot on your plate and look at how much you have been doing!!

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    jh_dickerson says:

    I used They are a U.S. based company, the minimum order was only 100 and very reasonably priced. They used my logo artwork and they sent a proof in the mail before they began making them. I would highly recommend them.

    • 28.1
      Anonymous says:

      I went to the website you suggested and the labels were three times the cost of the ones pictured on this blog. Please check your facts before suggesting items to others.

      Thank you.

      • 28.1.1
        Anonymous says:

        Sometimes you have to pay more to support USA made goods and USA jobs.
        Some people make a conscious effort to save every penny they can.
        Some people make a conscious effort to buy American every time they can.
        I wish I could afford to opt to be the latter.
        (maybe the cost was higher b/c this site utilizes American made goods, maybe it’s b/c the author of the reply ordered 1/3 of the amount the article’s author ordered from HK.)

      • 28.1.2
        Anonymous says:

        Jeez, no wonder you use the name ‘Anonymous’.

      • 28.1.3
        genie says:

        I LOVE Sienna Pacific labels. They had in stock toddler and youth clothes size labels 100 for $7 plus $5 shipping. Made in the USA.

        At 10 CENTS a label – I think I can spring for supporting American workers.

        And, I just checked – Sienna has the SAME PRICE as World Sale Label of Hong Kong. So there is NO price difference (at least not for what I’m looking for).

        I’m as penny pinching as anyone but a few extra pennies (and I do mean a very few) between supporting Asian who knows what working conditions and American workers – the answer should be clear. It is the right moral decision.

        Just saying that you support American workers and how horrible it is that workers in other places make pennies an hour is not enough – you have to put your money where your mouth is. And in this case – it’s not that much money.

        I just find it hard to believe that anyone who will buy fabric to make clothes is not willing to pay 10 cents for a label.

  29. 29
    Tedi says:

    Way cute! My mom did that years ago when she was doing lots of crafts. It's a tradition now from her to get pajama pants, and sure enough she still puts them on our pants! :) Such a cute mom! :)

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    willemijn says:

    Wow that looks so gorgous!
    Ashley, can you do a post about using the serger. I am always having trouble with making a nice looking beginning and ending. And how to work the in and out curves?
    Love to see how you handle that!
    ps. love the babyblanket and hats, will make them for an baby on the make!
    ps. i got my labels from, they are printed labels but they have all the colours ribbon and they look great with the companyname on it!!
    Best wishes, willemijn

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    [email protected] Present Life says:

    Your labels are super cute! I also just ordered some labels and I just love the added detail it gives…plus it makes my business seem legit :) I ordered mine from a shop on Etsy called Mommie Made It and she was really great to work with and has lots of premade designs if you don't already have a design in mind. Here's her link:

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    courtney says:

    i love the labels. it is the details that make each piece special.

  33. 33
    Kathleen says:

    First, I wanted to let you know that I LOVE your blog. Second, I want to Thank you for posting this! I have been looking for tags just like these little guys!

    I hope you have a great weekend!


  34. 34
    Heather says:

    They look great! I love the 2 different designs. My tags are printed, I should have gone with woven. I looked into woven ones as well.

    The only thing I don't love about the company you went with is that it's from China :( What happened to made in the USA?

  35. 35
    Pam says:

    I love the tags. I may need to order some myself one

  36. 36
    Andrea @ Addicted2Tutes says:

    The labels look great!

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    The Hardy Things in Life says:

    I love them!! I think i might have to order some for my shop!! Those are too cute!! Also love the blanket and hats, I am thinking my little one is going to need a few of those!! Thanks for sharing!!!!

  38. 38
    Zerique says:

    i love the colors and style of your tags. extremely attractive.

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    Ashley N says:

    I have ordered several times now from this shop on Etsy.

    Very friendly, great customer service…they created several proofs for me to choose from based on what I described I was wanting, and even did a revision. They were the lowest price I found on etsy, and they ship within days.

  40. 40
    Courtney Zadik says:

    I was wondering which listings you chose for yours? I have been in great need of labels, but not sure where or what to get!

  41. 41
    The Paisley Abbey says:

    I ordered my labels from the same company last spring and have used them on everything since. I LOVE them and couldn't believe how great the quality and prices were. Yours turned out great too!

  42. 42
    Katrina says:

    LOVE! And I love that you shared the contact with us. I sew a lot and these will be useful for me! Thank you so much for the recommendation.

  43. 43
    Amanda says:

    I've been wanting to get labels for years but would get frustrated with too many choices. I will definitely try out the co. you chose. So cool. Thanks. Love your labels.

  44. 44
    Brittney says:

    I would love tO help you go through all your mental notes of I could haha I bet you have some fabulous ideas in there that you haven't had time to try yet!!!

  45. 45
    मोगरा फुलला says:

    Ooh! Loved those labels.

  46. 46
    Manni says:

    Thats awesome!!! Its so nice to see your own label when you've created something!!! I love doing that with my projects as well :)

  47. 47
    Lyra May says:

    So great!! Looks so official! Makes me want to learn to sew so that I can have labels!!! LOL!

  48. 48
    {Carli} says:

    How exciting! I love being a follower, thanks for your creativity!

  49. 49
    Marisa says:

    I ordered some from WorldWideLabel as well. They are awesome and totally make everything look so finished! Your labels are beautiful! I love the colors.

  50. 50
    Leigh the sewing diva says:

    they are lovely, saving post for when i run out of my current labels.

    Come visit my blog at:
    Leigh at The Sewing Diva

  51. 51
    Cheryl says:

    Thank you so much for this. I've been getting twill tape labels printed from an Etsy source, but the service has gotten kind of sloppy, so I've been looking for a change. The best part is these are so much nicer looking & such a great price!

  52. 52
    City says:

    Thank you for this awesome post. Have been researching where to find labels. These look adorable!! Will definitely check them out!

  53. 53
    Gwen says:

    You inspire me! Thank you for every single post.

  54. 54
    Gwen says:

    You inspire me! Thank you for every single post.

  55. 55
    Lauren @ YoungNester says:

    Love these!

  56. 56
    JenBalding says:

    thanks for sharing! they are awesome and are a perfect finishing touch to your projects!!!

  57. 57
    Joy says:

    Those look fantastic!

  58. 58
    Traci says:

    I've been dying for payday to come so I can order some labels! I make a lot of things for my kids and would love to have a "Made by Mommy" label on them. I love the color you have on them!

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    Amanda & Brian says:

    Love woven labels. So sad to see that you opted for ones from China though. There are so many great ones made in the USA on Etsy that you could have used instead.

    • 59.1
      Clare says:

      For those like me who aren’t in the USA everything is so costly. I’m in Australia and the shipping on products from there is off the wall, which is such a shame because things are so much cheaper over there than here. . . argh . . . lol

      Getting mine from China too now :)

      • 59.1.1
        Anonymous says:

        I’m in the process of ordering clothing labels at the moment. I live in Australia, and priced labels here. Minimum order was quantity of 1000 and it was $20 postage. I will be getting mine from World Wide Labels too. I’ve been seeing only positive comments about their services.

    • 59.2
      Elva says:

      I also try to buy American as often as possible. Glad to see that I’m not the only one!

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    Mam'Zelle Scrap says:

    how pretty, love them!!!

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    Ashley says:

    Courtney – Here is the listing that I chose:

    Hope that helps.

    And Chelson, no I haven't really ever made sofa covers. But it would be easiest to pattern off of an existing cover and then go from there.

    Best of luck!

  63. 63
    Kristen says:

    I used Jennifer's Jewels on Esty. They were printed, but fabulous quality and I love them! She worked with me very well while I was trying to figure out if I wanted to try to design my own or use one of hers. I ended up sending her a picture of my logo and she put that onto the labels with one of her backgrounds, and printed two different styles so that one set followed the requirements for items meant for kids 12 and under, but I didn't want the ones I put in adult hats and bags to have the extra information. And, they arrived quickly, they were cheap AND made in the USA.

  64. 64
    Stacie says:

    so cute! I love them

  65. 65
    Heidi says:

    I found out about a couple of label sites recently. Here they are: (Has custom labels. They don't list prices, but will give you an estimate based on what you want.) (Has semi-custom labels for a reasonable price.)

  66. 66
    Rissa @ Hazel and Honeysuckle says:

    Those look fantastic! I love the professionalism that tags add to our creations, but I haven't settled on a logo just yet so not quite ready for tags!! Yours look FAB!

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    Anonymous says:

    They are awesome little tags. If I could sew I would definatly NEED some too :)

  68. 68
    shawn & bekah says:

    GREAT labels! I LOVE them. I would want to put them on everything too. I need to look into getting some. How much did they cost? Did you get 300 total, or 300 of each style?

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    Katy says:

    that's where i get my labels from! love them! i have ordered twice. it's amazing how they fit so tightly in that little box!


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    Janie Lou says:

    I was wondering where do you get your bias knit that you showed on the bib above?

    • 70.1
      Janie Lou says:

      sorry i was wrong not a bib but a blanket…. still would like to know where i could find knit bias tape…

      • 70.1.1
        Ashley says:

        I didn’t use actual knit bias tape. I just cut my own ribbed knit fabric in long strips. Worked great and kept the blanket soft. (I bought the ribbed knit and Hancock fabric, I think.)

        Hope that helps!

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    Loo says:

    FYI, not that it matters, but I want to say I HATE LABELS on the back of my neck, I always, always cut them out. Side seams, okay, but not the back of my neck. Wish there was a way for gals like you to PRINT THEM on garments that you sell. :)

  72. 72
    Clare says:

    Thanks so much Ashley for sharing the information for labels, I have been on the hunt for some and really wasn’t sure who to go through. And by the looks of it they are so affordable!! I am now organising mine and can’t wait to start putting them into my creations. I’m just going to start with text and down the track possibly add a motif – 300 labels for $50 is great value with no postage cost, which is a bonus. Everything cost so much to ship to Australia, so its great to find somewhere that doesn’t charge.

    btw . . . yours look great!!!

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    Adin B says:

    Thank you for sharing this one Ashley! I have been wanting to try and order some customized labels and now I finally went ahead and ordered it. :) Can’t wait!

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    crashta says:

    I have also used Jennifer’s Jewels on etsy ~ the labels are GREAT and exactly what I was looking for. I requested a certain font and she had it. I recieved my mock-up via email within a day and had my order within 10 days (I live in Canada, Jennifer is in the US). I came back to this particular post as I now would like to get to the small fold-over woven ones. Thanks for all of the suggestions so far, I now have some research to do!

  75. 75
    Caren says:

    Hey Ashley – I was just perusing your tutorials (again – must be the 50th time this year!) and found this post on your labels. Have you ever thought of putting a heart around the little “m” on your taggie label instead of a square? Just wondering since you do have LOVE in your name :)

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    Zoe says:

    I am about to order some labels from worldwidelabels and am trying to decide between a raw or finished edge. Why did you pick finished? Just curious! You are my source for most sewing info! Thanks.

  77. 77
    Jess says:

    I am over the moon that you shared this. I have emailed several people about their labels and no one wanted to share. Thank you!!,

  78. 78
    Nienke says:

    Great info Ashley! Saves me quite some time doing research! :)

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    Amanda says:

    Thankyou for sharing this information. I have been meaning to order labels and have never gotten around to it, probably because it seemed a bit daunting and I had no clue where to start. I emailed a few companies here in Australia and the minimum quantity was 1000 for all of them – there is no way I will EVER need 1000 labels. And the postage was ridiculous. I have email World Wide Labels and they have responded quickly, hopefully it will be a smooth transaction.

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    Ashley says:

    I would love to get some labels but being the owner of multiple businesses, I know how hard it is when people would rather buy from outside of the U.S. Does anyone know of a place that makes them in the U.S. or even ones that can be ironed on.

    I love the way you put them on hats but I know tags inside clothing bugs people and then they just chop them out. :(

    • 80.1
      Sara says:

      I don’t make clothes, but if I did, I would sew the label on the front corner of everything! lol

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    Katie says:

    These labels are just so adorable! Nice color choice, too (:

    I’ll volunteer to help you with your mental notes ;-)

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    Mel says:

    …How wonderful, thanx for sharing…

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    Sara says:

    I get my labels from this lady on Etsy: She did such a fantastic job, I love my labels! :)

    You can see an example of them here on my Facebook fan page:

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    ElsaDesign says:

    Hi Ashely, I recently started following you and love your blog. I wanted to thank for posting the labels site where you purchased your labels. I went to order some, but got a little confused as to when I let them know my design. Do I pay and then wait for them to contact me? Thank you.

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    Courtney says:

    You’re fabulous! Found you on Pinterest and instantly fell in love with your site. Cute stuff, girlie!

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    katy says:

    that is where i have ordered mine. i have ordered two times with 300 labels then another one for a 1000. my tags are sewn in the seams of things. i also ordered “made in michigan” to be sewn inside of the bags and pouches as well. i have been very pleased with customer service.

    love your site.

  87. 87
    Bronwyn Bell says:

    I got mine from there too – I remember reading this blog a wee while before I ordered them, and Ive just hunted through again to see if it was where you got them from. I asked on my facebook status and my sister linked me up to a place here in New Zealand I thought ohhh awesome so cheap, and well it wasnt really. As much I support buying in my own country and NZ Made stuff, pricewise it wasnt a good bargin in the end. I googled custom woven labels and trawlling through the results found them on etsy, but I went to their website and sent them an email.

    I got a reply the next day and it went from there. I had a sort of complex design with my logo, but they made it nice and cute (I have a bee with major swirls in the wings – actually I think their design is way better than mine!!). I didnt want a huge amount, as I was only just starting out and didnt think I would need many, they said minimum was 300 which i accepted, I started to look more at the cost and quantity and compared it to this NZ company. It was shocked to see the amount it would cost me to get 300 from the NZ company is what it would of cost me for at least 10,000 from world wide label, and the amount it was costing me from world wide label for 300 is what it would cost for 1,000 from the NZ company. It only cost me an extra $18 with the exchange from USD to NZD, and I was super excited when the postie actually came up to my door and gave it to me to sign for over putting the rest of my mail in the letter box. Now my stuff FEELS like it is MINE!!

    When I come to ordering again I will ask to have an extra bit on the sides added to that i can stitch them in properly without cutting too much off of my logo with seam allowance..!

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    Melanie says:

    I am getting ready to order some labels as well…and found you via google :) I had been on etsy and couldn’t decide which company to go with…until I read your post! When you sewed the grey label on your hat, did you turn under the raw edge you usually sew into the seam? Or is this a different label entirely?

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    Angela Easterling says:

    I thank you for sharing this information, because I have been looking for labels and you have just done the homework for me. Thanks

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    hana says:

    What a beautiful clothing labels …… i hope to get my clothing labels …
    I love sewing and crafts, but I am lazy, your blog is gorgeous .

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    Chris says:

    Thank you! Thank You! This is exactly what I needed. Happy to hear you had a good experience with the supplier.

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    sammi k says:

    Just did Google search trying to find labels for sewing into clothes.
    I have prob don’t wanna order or spend too much. so glad to find this.u helped. Im gonna check.out this link.thAnks.

  93. 93
    eva says:

    thank you SO MUCH for sharing your works, and thanks bundles (of fabric of course) for sharing the labels.
    PERFECT!!! i prefer your kind of labels too….now i know where to get them
    thanks again,

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    Coley says:

    How is this label shop on Etsy!? They say they are handmade, but their Shop Announcement right now says:
    “Chinese New Year is coming up soon and we will let factory workers go home so they could celebrate the important festival with their families. ”
    Factory Workers?! On Etsy!? People shouldn’t be buying mass produced stuff from Etsy. Buy directly from their website if you have to (although I doubt those factory workers get a fair wage, decent housing, and frequent bathroom breaks).

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    Tabitha says:

    Where did you get your square label? I don’t see them in the Worldsale label shop. Thanks!

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    Tammi says:

    Great info. Lucky me I discovered your blog by accident (stumbleupon).
    I’ve saved as a favorite for later!

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    Seriously something has gone wrong with this company. Based on recommendations like yours and Izzy and Ivy, I placed an order for labels on March 28. On April 28 I paid for expedited shipping. (for $35 extra dollars and haven’t gotten even tracking!!!!) And still I am waiting for the labels! And since I need them for my patterns, I am totally in a mess here. When I e-mail this company, it takes 3-4 days for an answer if I get one at all. I think they must have been a good company at some point, but lately something has gone very wrong.

    • 97.1
      KD says:

      hmm…placed an order three days ago and haven’t heard back from these guys, even after several emails. Wish I’d read your post beforehand. Have your labels been delivered?

      • 97.1.1

        They were but after 7-8 weeks! I put labels in each of my patterns so this was a real hold up here. That being said, the labels were perfect and I would probably order from them again, just much, much earlier!

          KD says:

          oh dear. I’m glad you finally received them but that is a very long time to wait!
          at least I’m now prepared :)

          • kola says:

            Im looking to get some lables done, but the one thing about this site that has me looking else where is it has no contact number. I can’t do business like that.

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    Z says:

    I want to order some of the small square ones
    Like u had ‘m’
    But what category are they from? The size labels?

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    santhosh says:

    Hi its quite pretty good that you got the woven labels. I was also in your same condition. I was searching for a label manufacturer and finally i got it. It was from Sona International, India. Their service was best that i got quick response from them. I had visited their blog and got some idea.

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    santhosh says:

    I was also in your same condition. I was searching for a label manufacturer and finally i got it. It was from Sona International, India. Their service was best that i got quick response from them. I had visited their blog and got some idea.