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DIY Iron-On Clothing Labels

If you do a lot of sewing you’ve probably wondered how to make your own clothing labels. I’ve tried sew-in tags in the past but I always forget to add them until it’s too late and my kids find them a bit itchy. Iron-on labels are the perfect solution! You can customize them with a size, the child’s name, etc. and add them to any sewing project. The labels are so flat and smooth my kids don’t even notice they are there!


I made these labels using the Epson LabelWorks Iron-Kit (affiliate link. All opinions are my own). The kit includes everything you need to get started and is super easy to use!
*Update: Looks like the kit is sold out but you can buy the printer here and the labels are also available individually


The printer includes 14 fonts, 10 styles, 300+ built-in symbols, over 75 frames and more

I’ve had a fun time choosing symbols to match my kids clothing. Now I can finally keep track of their handmade wardrobe and know what size everything is! It’s also helps my little ones know which side is the front 🙂


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Amy is the founder and owner of Peek-a-Boo Pattern shop. She is a wife and mother to 3 children. Amy loves to sew, read and spend time outdoors.

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