Clothing Care Labels x 100

By: Gr8pics  05-Apr-2012

100 personalised Care Labels for sewing in to your own handmade clothing creations.

Could be used on clothing, Cushions, Beanies, Mittens, knitted or sewn garments.

They are supplied ready for you to cut on continuous soft non woven washable stock the same as you see on sleeping bags, clothes and bedding.

Each Care Label is usually 30mm x 40mm with a 10-12mm blank sew in area at the top, although I print these on a continuous piece of material, that you then cut yourself, as some people like to use pinking shears to get a fancy serrated edge, and most people that sew have much better scissors than I do.

I have the full range of std material Care symbols and instructions if you are unsure what to say on your labels.

The photo shown is just an example of what you can have on the labels.

Give your Handmade garments the professional care they deserve.

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