Iron-On Labels Iron on labels can be quickly applied and are a lot more durable than they used to be. These labels are also very versatile and work well with most types of fabric. The time and supplies required to attach iron-on labels is typically lower than those required for sew-in labels.
Sew-in labels for clothing are added to projects using either a sewing machine or hand sewing the label to the item. There are plenty of ways to use sew in labels for handmade items such as clothing, bags, and more.
These clothing labels are designed for TEMPORARY use and must be stuck onto the Care Label of the clothing. Simply peel the label from the backing paper and stick onto the Care Label. Rub over the label firmly. Do not wash the label or put it in water for 48 hours.
Iron-on labels are a fantastic way to quickly and attractively brand your finished sewing projects, whether you make clothes, bags, or other items. Unlike stitch-in tags, they can be added after an item is completed.
The iron-on labels are resistant to high temperature washes. Will go through the wash over and over again - if applied properly will last for years.
NAME IT iron on labels are made from a blend of polyester and cotton. This material is specifically designed for making quality iron on clothing labels!. The machine is operated by a real person who lays up each name and double checks to make sure the name looks good before hitting the print button.
Are iron on labels any good? Iron on school labels are excellent for natural fabrics like wool or cotton, that can take high heat. However, they require a high heat to apply, so some fabrics like fleeces might melt or be damaged by the heat of the iron.