Soft Fabric Labels – Types and Styles
Soft Fabric Labels
The Different Types of Fabric
First, “fabric” is a material made by entwining fibers together. Generally, a fabric is named after the fiber user to manufacture it; some fabrics will even use a blend of different fibers. The fabric is then named depending on the fiber(s) used, its pattern and texture and the production process implemented. Some fabrics also consider where the fibers originated from.
Based off this, there are actually two sets of categories that first separate the types of fabric: the fibers used (natural vs. synthetic) and the production processes (woven vs. knitted).
Natural vs Synthetic
The first differing detail with fabrics is dependent on what type of fiber is used. There are two types: natural and synthetic.
Natural fibers are obtained from plants and animals. For example, cotton comes from plants while silk comes from silkworms.
Synthetic fibers, on the other hand, are made entirely synthetic matter created by man.
Woven vs Knitted
The second differing detail is the production process used. Again, there are two types: woven and knitted.
Woven fabrics are made up of two pieces of yarn that interweave horizontally and vertically on a loom. Since the yarn runs at a 45-degree angle, the fabric doesn’t stretch and is usually tauter and sturdier than knit fabrics. The fabric consists of a weft (when the yarn goes across the width of the fabric) and a warp (when the yarn goes down the length of the loom).
There are three types of woven fabric: plain weave, satin weave and twill weave. Examples of popular woven fabrics are chiffon, crepe, denim, linen, satin and silk.
For knit fabric, think of a hand-knit scar; the yarn is formed into an interconnecting loop design, which allows it to stretch significantly. Knit fabrics are known for being elastic and keeping shape.
There are two types of knit fabric: warp-knitted and weft-knitted. Examples of popular knit fabrics are lace, lycra and mesh.
soft fabric labels
With super initial viscosity and the viscosity, seal face is wide, the rough surface won’t become warped, not to drop, good viscosity on loose fabric material, after printing labels can be automatically stripping, can stick on the surface with oil pollution components, anti-corrosion, waterproof and oil proof scrape 】 【 strong toughness, corrosion resistance high temperature resistant, silky, printing surface shading effect is good, tearing resistance, Folding resistance, strong weather resistance, no degumping, no glue overflow, can be used in harsh environment for a long time, cost-effective.
First of all, in terms of material, our soft fabric labels and car seat labels use high-quality synthetic paper, with fine and smooth surface, good printing coloring effect, tear resistance, folding resistance and strong weather resistance. Combined with high-quality resin and mixed ribbon printing, it can perfectly present the printed content, what you see is what you get. The printed label can not only be waterproof, oil-proof and scratch-proof, but also has strong toughness, corrosion resistance and high temperature resistance. No matter what kind of environment fabric labels or car seat labels are in, the integrity of printing or printing information will not be affected.
What does soft fabric labels do?
The soft fabric labels communicates to the customer the type of material used to make the garment. They talk about how to take care of clothes and other special instructions about clothes. They convey the size of the garment. They convey the name of the manufacturer. They spread the brand. Different manufacturers use their own special types of labels to create their own unique identities. Labels may be customized by the manufacturer to make them unique. Beautiful custom labels add beauty and style to the clothing.
Each brand produced by a manufacturer is usually distinguished by a special symbol, color, or word. This is reflected in the label. Customers can identify the brand through the label of clothing and measure the quality of the product.
Fabrics used in labels
The fabrics that are commonly used in the preparation of labels are satin, damask, semi-damask and taffeta. In some cases, cotton, canvas and felt are also used in making labels. Satin is the most used fabric in preparing labels. Leather labels are generally used in case of jeans and pants. PVC labels are used in pants and bags. Satin is soft on the skin and looks very pretty initially. However, it is not one of the best fabrics to be used in labels because it is very thin and can snag easily. Labels made using taffeta are stiffer than those of satin and do not snag as easily. However, taffeta labels can irritate the skin of the customers. Damask and semi-damask are ideal fabrics for making labels.Damask labels are soft even after finishing and do not cause any irritation to the customer. Semi-damask is similar to damask in feel, but it costs lesser than damask.
Different kinds of finishing can be given to labels made from different fabrics.
Soft PVC Labels for Baby Items
Keep babies warm in the worst weather conditions. Babies are safely strapped into weatherproof tents that are also strapped into car seats/buggies, including gloves and a faux feather hoodie.
We recommend PVC woven labels instead and they do a great job for them to connect to the external product, increasing awareness of the brand itself, not only to the wearer, but to the public in general, and a standard brocade label will usually be located inside it.