hang tag manufacturers How to Apply Labels to Crocheted Items

by:ShunDing     2019-05-29
Adding your own label to what you crochet is the perfect finish for an already very personal craft.Whether you're labeling your item for sale, marking the size of the Afghans so you don't have to always wonder which bed it fits in, or just let the loved ones know who made their favorite new gift, there are four different ways to label it.If there is no adhesive on the back of your label, it should be sewn on.
There are two ways to do this: either work by hand with a needle and thread, matching the yarn below so that it can be easily mixed together;Or quickly label with invisible lines and sewing machines.Since most invisible lines have a little stretch on it, it doesn't make your crochet significantly stiff.If you need to strictly add a label to price your crochet item, or as a gift label that is not intended to remain on the item forever, consider using the hang tag.
These card-The stock tag has different sizes, ranging from a small enough handwritten price to a short gift certificate large enough.At one end of each label there is a punch and there is a rope loop through the hole.One end of the needle poke ring on an item woven through a crochet, most of the time through the needle;Then pass the label itself through a loop.
Pull the label, attach the wire ring to the stitching, and let the label hang freely.Some labels have shiny adhesive on one side;These are for ironing.You need an iron and ironing board.Jennifer Greenfield from yaenhawkesCom selling ironOn the label, it is recommended to use the media settings on the iron-no steam --Press the pre-heated iron on the label for about 8 seconds.
Then rub the iron back and forth on the fabric and lift it up.After the yarn cools, you can wash the yarn to remove the shiny appearance caused by the heat of the iron.Greenfield encourages crochet to use her label on items made of acrylic yarn-But if you are using nylon ropes or other materials that may be damaged by high temperature, or you are just not sure how your work will keep ironing, test the iron on the test sample first.
Make samples using the same material and stitch pattern and keep the iron on it for the same time--About 8 seconds.If you're not sure about using an iron-In method, you can always iron the logo onto a lightweight, coordinated fabric;The fabric is then stitched on the work of crochet.You need a needle and coordination line, or a sewing machine with invisible lines.
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