Woven labels are made up of threads woven together on a loom to deliver your design ideas and messages. Woven labels consist of two primary materials, these are composed of polyester and cotton.
Taken to be the face of a label on or attached to a package containing therapeutic goods, medicines, or other substances prominently shown, the name of the product or drug on each of these faces will be regarded as the main label.
A permanent label or tag, containing regular care information and instructions, is applied to a product so it may not become separated and remain legible during its life cycle.
The labels that you can print via standard inkjet will be horizontal, letter form on 8.5×11-inch paper. On this sheet, you can print two labels per page (the label takes up one-half a page). The labels that you print via thermal label printer will be vertical and 4 x 6 inches.
Cotton is known as one of the most popular fabrics to use in clothing labels because of its soft nature and broad adaptability. The cotton paper provides durable materials and pleasing functional capacity, plus the banners hold up well to wear and tear.