Custom Fabric Label Uses

It’s not often someone will go through his or her day without encountering at least a dozen labels without being conscious of it.

Let us take a tour through a typical morning before leaving the house. Before getting out of bed, you are lying in your super-comfortable bed, surrounded by pillows, sheets, and blankets that contain fabric labels. Those clothes you left in a heap on the floor before stepping into the shower all contain fabric labels, possibly with the exception of your socks. In the shower, if you are using a washcloth that wasn't purchased in a multi-pack from the dollar store, it probably has a care label affixed. Of course, when you dry off with a towel, it has a label too. Check your shower curtain; if it’s made of fabric and not vinyl, it’ll have a label.

Still half asleep, as you put on your label-containing robe and stumble back into your bedroom to get dressed, you will come into contact with an influx of fabric labels as you open your closet and rummage though your dresser drawers. By the time you are fully dressed, you’ll probably be walking around with at least four labels attached to your wardrobe.

It’s time for breakfast; let’s head to the kitchen. Are you standing on a small area rug in front of the stove as you scramble your eggs? Lift it up and look underneath. Is there a fabric label there? The potholders you’re using to handle your cast-iron skillet may have a label, as will the towel you dry your recently washed dishes with.

Are your teeth brushed, and is your hair and make-up done? Good—let’s head out. Put on your hat, coat, and gloves. Check them for garment labels first—they’re there! Grab your bag, and while you’re at it, check out its accessory labels! You have yet to pull out of your driveway, yet you have come into contact with dozens of fabric labels.


Below is a list of common—but not all-inclusive—fabric label uses:

  • Fashion apparel
  • Active wear
  • Jeans
  • Jackets & outerwear
  • Lingerie & sleepwear
  • Bags & purses
  • Men's dress apparel
  • Hats and scarves
  • Footwear
  • Bedding
  • Towels & washcloths
  • Accessories for Baby
  • Luggage
  • Area & throw rugs
  • Hand-made items
  • Novelty items
  • Eco-friendly items
  • And hundreds of other items