Thursday 17, January 2019

 How To Tag Clothing                     

When tagging clothing for sale in your store, your biggest goal shoud be to avoid poking the tag gun needle directly through the fabric where there is potential to leave a visable hole in some fabrics. 

Here are some ways to achieve that goal.

1. Use an existing tag in the neckline and insert a 3" fastener.

2.  Tag at the sleeve cuff inside on the seam allowance. Use a 3" fastener.

3. Tag pants, shorts, or skirts between the waistband and body. Use a 2" or 3" fastener.

4. Tag lined jackets in the sleeve lining using a 3" fastener.

5. Use short fasteners, 1/4" or 1/2 for undergarments to keep the tags snug against the article
6.  For T-shirts or other knits, use an inside serged edge in the sleeve, like my friends at JUPMODE.COM

If you have any tips you would like to share, please send them to me at Becky@VAaardvark.com  I'll give your store a plug when I share your tip.

Special thanks to Binns, an upscale ladies fashion boutique in Williamsburg, VA, where I love to shop.

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