Clothing Tags

Added Nov 9, 2011

by shkoober

Montreal, Canada

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Step 1 Clothing Tags

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Using a Word label template create your tags.
I made mine so they were 48 on a sheet, 3 rows of 16.
Remember to have the text BACKWARDS when you fuse the impression it will be a mirror image.
Print your label document on the fusible paper and cut into strips.
Iron open your single fold bias tape
Then iron on your transferable strips of logo.
Although the paper can be expensive, these labels are definitely inexpensive for small quantities of starter clothing lines, or people who just want to tag their handmade goodies.
Feel free to message me any questions you may have

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    Dec 4, 2011, 08.56 PMby Craftine

    What a great idea! I just need labels…Thanks! ; )

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      Dec 5, 2011, 02.27 PMby shkoober

      you’re welcome! good luck making your labels

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    Nov 12, 2011, 07.11 PMby teri

    this is a great idea. thanks a lot.

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      Nov 14, 2011, 02.30 PMby shkoober

      you’re welcome! let me know how it goes if you use it.

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    Nov 12, 2011, 02.04 PMby Shira B

    wow great idea – but what type of fabric do you use for the labels?

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      Nov 14, 2011, 02.30 PMby shkoober

      store bought bias tape, i guess its a cotton/poly blend.

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    Nov 11, 2011, 09.37 PMby grammybear55

    Thanks

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      Nov 14, 2011, 02.30 PMby shkoober

      I hope you use the idea!

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