What is a printed neck tag?
A screen printed neck tag is a way to relabel your t-shirt by removing the existing label and replacing it with a screenprint which includes your brand logo, size of the garment, the fabric contents and wash / care instructions.
Relabeling is a very unique process which offers a fully customized finished product. This is a great feature for retail display and provides an awesome finished look. Custom printed shirt tags are the most common relabel as they are very cost effective and do not require large minimums.
For different print options and examples, or if you would like to receive a sample pack for inspiration, shoot us an email. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have about ready to use templates or free downloads for a reference guide, and can also provide custom design services for printed, woven or custom hang tags.
Custom hem tags, woven labels, and loop tags
Woven labels and loops tags are made out of a cloth or threaded material which are then sewn into the neck of the garment or bottom hem seam. This is what you see when you purchase a t-shirt from the store that has the size tag label in the seam. We can remove the manufacturer’s label and relabel it with your own logo to customize the piece.
It is also common to print the inside tag and then sew a custom hem tag, sleeve or outside collar tag. This is a subtle way to add more branding and embellishment to your printed garment. Designing woven tags can be a bit tricky because the logo and text is woven into the tag. You have to be cautious of the size of your text and detail in the design.
We require a minimum of 250 pieces for woven labels. We create the labels and sew them to the garment. Our order minimum is 250 tags, although you don’t have to sew each one on the same order.
A hang tag is simply a card, sticker or custom label tacked to the neck or sleeve of the garment. This is often used for retail brands. It is a platform for a SKU label to be applied when in stores. People also apply a sticker to the garment with company info on the back. Packaging a extra flare adds to the quality and appearance of the finished garment. It is certainly something to consider when going to retail or selling at an event. Taking things to the next level and adding your own custom style is important for brand integrity.