Understanding common fabric abbreviations can give you important information about the fiber content of the textiles you use. Cut your labels, leaving at least 1 inch on all sides. Making fabric labels for clothing, quilts or other handmade items is really easy. In general, textile and apparel products sold in the United States must be labeled with the following information: the fiber content, the country of origin, the manufacturer or dealer identity, and the care instructions. Laundry labels, also called care labels, are the easiest way to ensure your products are being cleaned in an appropriate way. GSM and OZ. Where a textile fibre must be shown by its generic name, such as in a disclosure label, the Canadian registered trade mark for that fibre, yarn or fabric or a factual descriptive term, may be shown immediately preceding or following the generic name of the fibre(s). Our fabric labels will make your product stand out from the rest. A textile product can be defined in any of the following ways: 1. raw, semi-worked, worked, semi-manufactured, manufactured, semi-made up or made up products composed of textile fibres 2. products containing at least 80% by weight of textile fibres (including furniture, umbrella and sunshade coverings) 3. textile parts of carpets, mattresses and camping goods 4. textiles incorporated in, and forming an integral part of, other products where textile parts are specified Fabric Abbreviations; Fabric Abbreviations. <
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