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Satin Woven Labels

If you’re looking for something soft, shiny, and has a vintage look, you might want satin woven labels.

Satin polyester threads weave the background, while regular damask polyester threads are used to weave the text and design on your label.

Satin does not weave small details and lettering as well as damask labels and has more distinct weave.

Why choose satin woven labels over damask?

Good question. Satin is priced the exact same as damask, so making the choice can be difficult. Most people who choose satin prefer the look and feel of the satin weave over the damask. If you are making vintage inspired clothing or accessories, satin would be a good fit. It’s also great for infant apparel. If you want a label with lots of color and detail, satin woven labels might not be right for you, as you are limited in background color options.

Colors, Size & Cutting

For satin woven labels, the only colors available for the background are white, off-white, and black.

Keep in consideration that the background color is included when counting the amount of colors for satin woven labels. These are all threads woven together on a loom, so even a white or black background is a thread color.

The threads used for the logo and lettering of the satin woven labels are the same as the damask woven threads.

We have a large variety of colors to choose from, matched to Pantone numbers.

There is a maximum of 8 colors for woven labels. The amount of colors in your label also affects price. Please ask a sales rep for more information.

You can do any size label you want, but size over a certain point does change the price. A sales rep can help you decide what size is best for your product and budget.

Satin woven labels are cut with a heat knife or sonic laser, which adheres the threads together to prevent fraying.

Folds & Application

When considering Satin woven labels, the sewing application will depend mainly on the fold (or lack thereof). If you are not sewing these on yourself, then contact your sewing contractor to see if one fold application is more expensive than the other. Price might play a role in your decision.

Types of folds

Straight cut – No fold. Straight cut labels are usually sewn on all 4 sides, the top, or on left and right side only. No extra charge for this fold.

Cutnfold – Cutnfolded labels are folded down on the left and right side. They are applied the same way as straight cut labels, but have a softer edge. Sewing contractors may charge more for this fold, so please consult them before making your final decision. No extra charge for this fold.

Centerfold – These labels are folded in the middle and usually sewn into a seam. Centerfold labels can also be used for sleeve and hem labels. No extra charge for this fold, unless label is oversized or very small before fold.

Miter Fold – With miter fold labels, the ends are folded under and up, creating a tab to be sewn into a seam. This fold does require an extra charge.

Manhattan Fold – Manhattan fold is just like a centerfold label, except the top of the label is folded down, creating a flap to tuck the bottom fold into. This fold requires an extra charge.

If you don’t want to sew your labels on, you can produce satin woven labels with adhesive on the back. They can come with either heat adhesive, or iron-on, and stick adhesive, which is pressure sensitive. The heat adhesive is completely permanent while the stick adhesive has a strong bond, but will eventually come off.

You can also cut satin woven labels to shape, if you want a label that really stands out.