What is Tag Hem?
Hem Tags are the latest trend in popularity in the labeling industry. These are small folded logo tags placed on the outside of clothing items. They are placed on the outside of the clothing item rather than being sewn into a seam at the back neckline. Unlike bulk display custom clothing tags bulk, they are usually folded. They can be placed on the bottom of the shirt, on the back, and on the underside of a t-shirt, but not exclusively!
These labels have a considerable impact because they draw consumers’ attention to the brand name. This effect is also known as successful product branding because it creates successful branding without requiring the consumer to look into the clothing item.
Best Size for Hem Tag
The only difference between hem tag labels and your regular custom woven labels is that they are all folded down the middle to sew on both sides of the hem tag. All the same features of woven or printed labels are also offered to you with edge labels. You can have your logo on both sides of your logo on one side and some text on the back.
The most aesthetically pleasing size for a hem tag is around 1″×1″. However, you can make the end woven labels into any size you deem appropriate for your particular item of clothing. Most hem tags are square, but you can create a rectangular hem tag to accommodate your logo or brand name design.
Designing a woven hem label is generally time-consuming, requiring creativity and a lot of brainstorming. Developing a logo or symbol that can serve as an edge label can take time and effort. You want to make a strong branding statement with a small label, representing your marketing strategy and what your brand represents.
Often, a logo is all you need. However, you may need to change it slightly to accommodate the small size of the hem label. Some designs include double-sided, meaning you place your logo and company name on one side and your website or catchy tagline on the back, which will grab the user’s attention if they flip it.
What you wear on your hem label is your choice! Given these tags are usually tiny, often a strong logo is what you need. The rest can be on your care label or a label you have affixed to your clothes. Usually, the logo is bold, and in some cases, you can include your website URL. Remember that these tags are generally tiny (up to 1″ wide) and leave little room for too much detail.
Where Should You Place Your Hem Tag?
The hem tag is placed in every type of place. This makes it suitable for all types of clothing and items. It depends on how you want your final product to look. You can use wholesale leather label with effective placement for a luxurious and authentic look. Sew the hem tag on the sleeves, the bottom side of the hem, the front pocket, on the neckline area.
A. On the neck
For those who are not afraid to make an impact with their brand. The Custom Neck Label is sewn upside down on the shirt’s collar and front.
There’s something almost magical about making a small label like that increase the value of a shirt. Only the front side of the brand needs to have a design on it.
C. On the Arm
The second most popular placement for this type of label is commonly used on short-sleeved shirts. One-sided tags work well here.
D. In Pocket
The front and center placement are ideal for a small clothing label like this. The damask label is sewn upside down, one end of the outer pocket.
E. On the Outer Edge of the Goods
An outer edge is a visible place for a double-sided damask weave label.
F. On the inside of the goods
The inner hem of a shirt is by far the most common hem label placement, mainly satin printed care labels. They’re sometimes written on either side.
They are standard in scarves, beanies, gloves, bags, shirts, t-shirts, and trousers or trousers. Decide how you want your final product to look and work with that concept in mind. When designing, you can combine several sewing spaces. However, you will leave very little sewing room because the end labels need sewn into the seam. We suggest about 0.125″ for sewing. A plain woven label sewn into a seam will require 0.25″ sewing space.
What Do We Recommend?
This is a good question because we make a lot of hem labels! We recommend that you create your custom hem tags with Woven Damask. Hem tags work better on woven than custom heat transfer labels. This is the most cost-effective and highest-quality option available. When you start a project with us, we can work with you on design and location.
These strategies and helpful information will help you determine the best ham tag size, design, and placement for your clothing or clothing brand. So what are you waiting for?