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Please note that this preview only gives you an idea of how your labels look like. The actual label will be adjusted prior to printing. Each label will be manually adjusted to ensure that it looks as fabulous as possible! For example, telephone numbers and addresses are reduced in size in relation to names, or, if the overall text size is too small it will be made larger on the finished label.

Medium Iron & Sew Labels


These clothing name labels are made of synthetic fabric. They can be used as iron on labels, or can also be ironed & sewed for longer lasting. They can be easily applied to most of the materials, like school uniforms, underwears and socks.

  • Can be ironed & sewed, so it will last longer
  • Round corner-designed to prevent peeling off
  • Machine washable, dryer safe and guaranteed up to 12 months
  • Easy to read - black print on white background
  • The labels are made of synthetic fiber, not cotton. So it won't shrink after washed

Medium size

Actual size - 16 mm x 60mm
Max 2 lines of print
20 characters per line

  • $17 per set of 30
  • $29 per set of 60
  • $40 per set of 90
  • $51 per set of 120



  • Waterproof
  • Round Corners to Prevent Peeling
  • Washing Machine Safe
  • Tumble Dryer Safe
  • Instructions

    These iron & sew labels are sticky on the back for iron on purpose, it might be a little bit hard to get the needle through, so machine sewing is not recommended for this product.

    Iron On Instructions:

    1. Peel off a label and place it on the garment with name side facing up.
    2. Put a piece of quality baking paper supplied over the label.
    3. Preheat the dry iron temperature to wool or cotton, press firmly for 10-20 seconds.
    4. Repeat as needed to ensure the label is firmly applied and not lifting at any point.
    5. Remove the paper after it cools down. Wait for at least 3 hours before washing the garment.

    Hand Sewing:

    To make the labels ultra durable and removable, use needle and threads to stitch the labels in the garment. Typically, it can be stitched around or on both ends.

  • Do not iron the label for too long if not sure. The temperature and amount of time required are subject to the fabric.
  • NEVER put hot iron directly on a label.
  • Use a dry iron. If it's a steam iron, don't put any water, and avoid the steam holes, in order to make sure the heat applies evenly.
  • Make sure the temperature light on the iron is off before apply the second label.
  • Delivery Details

    Postage within Australia:
  • FREE for ordinary post
  • $7 for express post

  • Postage outside Australia:
  • Flat rate of $4 sending to overseas

  • Turnaround:
    Order will be dispatched in 24 hours, unless it is mentioned at the shopping cart page or something unpredictable happens.