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Custom Fabric Labels for Crochet and Knit Items of Any Kind

Where'd you get those labels from? 

For me, the final touches are just as important as creating the piece or project. For a while after I started selling my crochet and knit pieces, I wanted to find the perfect label. I wasn't sure exactly what I wanted other then something that would make the piece look finished and professional. Something that told people that I, The Apple Tree Crochet, made that item. Something that tells people that I take pride in what I create because I put my name on it.


So the search to find the perfect label began.

Wooden or leather labels came to mind first because that is what I was seeing everywhere on social media and it also seemed to be my only choice for knit or crochet pieces. I spent countless nights mulling over my options but none of them seemed to be exactly what I was looking for.  Eventually, I settled on ordering custom wooden labels.


Wooden Custom Labels


These labels were very nice, but not really what I was looking for. I wasn't able to fit my full name AND logo onto them without it looking overcrowded. They were too big and when I attached them to a hat they looked awkward and lacked the flexibility I needed.


I was back to square one....

Now thinking that leather labels were my only other option. I searched for hours but could not find what I was looking for. I needed something that wouldn't take away from the comfort of the piece. Leather labels, I  thought, might be a bit bulky making it uncomfortable to wear around your head on a hat. The cost of leather labels was also a concern. Understandably, leather costs more, but I didn't want to pay extra for something that wouldn't entirely suit my needs.

What I REALLY wanted was;

  • something light weight
  • something flexible
  • something that could fit my entire name AND logo
  • something that had the color I wanted for the background
  • something affordable
  • something that was versatile that would work on various pieces whether it be a hat or mittens or slippers or a blanket.
  • something that is durable
  • something that is washable


I was aimlessly googling custom labels when I stumbled upon Wunderlabel. Immediately I thought that was exactly what I needed. A nice, well made fabric label. 

Fabric labels it is!

Now I had a vision of exactly what I wanted and I was hoping that I could achieve this with Wunderlabel. 

I started using the Wunderlabel website to design my custom label and was pleasantly surprised when I found it quick and easy to use. 


Being a little skeptical from my past experience, I ordered 25 samples to start.

Wunderlabel contacted me the next day with a virtual sample of what my label would look like. We went back and forth communicating via email until I was satisfied with what I thought would be exactly what I was looking for. The samples took a few weeks to arrive, and when they finally came I was happy to find that they were exactly what I was looing for. 


fabric labels
Wunderlabel Custom Fabric Labels


I immediately reordered the labels and this time it was even easier then the first time. I just had to select my order number and reorder with the amount I wanted.

The price goes down the more you order but even if you only order 100 labels they are still a better deal then the wooden or leather labels.

They arrived much faster the next time. Since then I have been putting the labels on all of my finished pieces and have been super happy with the professional branding the labels create.







If you are looking for a custom label for your crochet or knit projects, I highly recommend Wunderlabel.

You can find them at https://wunderlabel.com/

Be sure to check them out for yourself.


Happy Creating Everyone!



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