The sole reason a brand is created is to be recognized. Think of all the effort that goes in – from your time and money to your sweat and blood – everything contributes to achieving that singular end. However, if after putting all your energy and creativity into your newfound fashion line, you still don’t receive the response you anticipated, then you have to consider that there is something wrong with the way you are pitching it. What’s missing?
Heat Transfer Labels, more popularly known as Heat Transfers are continuing to be one of our most popular items. They are easy to apply and will last for the lifetime of the garment. They can take the place of a woven or printed clothing label or used in conjunction with other clothing tags to show your logo, washing directions, fiber content and sizing.
We are asked this question quite often. Woven labels are produced on a loom. Your logo/wording is woven into the piece of material. A printed label is different because your logo/wording is printed on top of the material rather than being woven into the material. It’s important to understand that each label has advantages and disadvantages. When deciding what option will work best for your needs consider the following.